UK

Trump dictated misleading statement on son’s meeting with Russian: Washington Post

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump dictated a statement, later shown to be misleading, in which his son Donald Trump Jr. said a meeting he had with a Russian lawyer in June 2016 was not related to his father’s presidential campaign, the Washington Post reported on Monday. Trump Jr. released emails earlier in July that showed he eagerly agreed ...

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Israeli police recommend indictment of Netanyahu on corruption charges

  JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime ­Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should be indicted in two corruption cases on suspicion of accepting bribes, fraud and breach of trust, police recommended Tuesday, ramping up pressure on the leader who has served more than a decade in office. After more than a year of investigations, Israeli police said they believe there is sufficient evidence against the prime ...

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arms sales

Dozens picket Saudi embassy in London demanding end of UK arms sales to Riyadh

Dozens of people participated in a protest against UK’s ongoing weapon sales to Saudi Arabia, involved in a war in Yemen, that took place outside the Saudi Embassy in London. The demonstration organized by the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) took place on Saturday. The campaigners expressed their outrage over UK’s continuing arms sales to Saudi Arabia, which had been leading an international coalition ...

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Mohammed Bin Salman

Activists demand UK cancel Mohammed Bin Salman visit

Theresa May should raise the issue of freedom of expression with Saudi Arabia’s crown prince when he comes to visit – even if the lecture grates Theresa May is expected to welcome Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, the country’s de facto ruler, to Downing Street in the coming weeks. The 32-year-old is now in control of a kingdom where flogging, ...

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Brexit

Britons divided over Brexit, research finds

The social divide revealed by Britain’s 2016 vote to leave the European Union is not only here to stay but deepening, according to academic research published on Wednesday. Think tank The UK in a Changing Europe said Britons were unlikely to change their minds about leaving the EU, despite the political and economic uncertainty it has brought, because attitudes are ...

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Brexit

Brexit: EU ministers agree on transition period demands

EU ministers have approved a new set of guidelines for a transition period following Great Britain’s exit from the bloc. The EU is offering the UK a “status quo” transition, but no decision-making power after it leaves. Government ministers from the European Union on Monday agreed to a transition period lasting from March 2019 to December 31, 2020 that will ...

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Moscovici

‘Door is open’ if Britain wants to change mind on Brexit, says EU’s Moscovici

PARIS (Reuters) – The “door is open” should Britain want to reverse its 2016 vote to leave the European Union, Pierre Moscovici, the European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Union, told French media in an interview on Sunday. Some British politicians have said another referendum should be held on whether to leave the EU once the terms of departure and ...

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harassment

Men-only charity event for UK elite exposed for debauchery & sexual harassment

Rampant sexual harassment and lewd behavior has been exposed at a male-only, black-tie charity dinner at the Dorchester Hotel. 130 hostesses were told to wear matching underwear and prepare themselves for “annoying” men. Handpicked for their beauty and height, the women were told to wear skimpy black dresses with corset-like belts and “sexy” high heels to one of the most exclusive charity ...

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The Iron Cops in U.S

The US government is creating iron cops to suppress civil protest After suppressing the voice of social protest and freedom seekers in various states of the United States by the police and even the National Guard, Today, equipping the police with devastating weapons is a major debate among the people. Apparently, part of the tax money and people’s revenues will ...

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referendum

Labour does not support second EU referendum – Corbyn

Britain’s main opposition Labour Party is not supporting or calling for a second referendum on EU membership, its leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Sunday. Corbyn told ITV’s Peston on Sunday show: “We are not supporting or calling for a second referendum; what we’ve called for is a meaningful vote in parliament.”

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