Donald Trump: Boris Johnson ‘will do a great job as PM’

Donald Trump: Boris Johnson ‘will do a great job as PM’ 1

On Jul 20, 2019 13,244 0 US President Donald Trump has said Boris Johnson would do “a great job” as UK prime minister and they would have “a very good relationship”. US President Donald Trump “He’s a different kind of a guy but they say I’m a different kind of a guy too,” Mr Trump told reporters. Outgoing prime minister Theresa May “has done a very bad job with Brexit”, he added. Mr Johnson is the frontrunner in the contest to become the next Tory leader and UK prime minister.…

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Theresa May condemns Trump’s ‘go home’ remark to congresswomen

Theresa May condemns Trump’s ‘go home’ remark to congresswomen 2

British Prime Minister Theresa May has criticised US President Donald Trump for calling on several Democratic congresswomen of colour to “go home”. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (left), Rashida Tlaib (centre) and Ayanna Pressley (right) The outgoing PM called Mr Trump’s words “completely unacceptable”, according to her spokesperson. Mr Trump said the women “originally came from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe”. He was referring to four congresswomen – three who were born in the US and one who came as a child refugee. Related Articles His remarks were widely…

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Brexit: Labour to back Remain as it calls for a new EU referendum

Brexit: Labour to back Remain as it calls for a new EU referendum 3

Jeremy Corbyn has challenged the next Tory leader to hold another referendum before taking Britain out of the EU, saying Labour will campaign for Remain. Jeremy Corbyn Mr Corbyn says the party will take this position to stop “no deal or a damaging Tory Brexit”. But he does not say what he would do if he won a general election and was placed in charge of the Brexit process. Some senior members of his team want him to take a pro-Remain stance in all circumstances. Related Articles In an interview…

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Mnangagwa meets foreign correspondents, discusses Trump, May and forgets currency

Mnangagwa meets foreign correspondents, discusses Trump, May and forgets currency 4

HARARE – President Emmerson Mnangagwa met foreign media correspondents for tea at State House on Monday, in an apparent attempt to secure positive coverage for his regime. The off-the-record meeting, lasting an hour and 30 minutes, was convened by Information Minister Monica Mutsvangwa and her permanent secretary, Nick Mangwana. A journalist who attended the meeting said Mnangagwa came across as “desperate for a good story” about his government as he bids to repair relations with western countries in particular. Journalists from foreign media organisations with bureaus in Zimbabwe including the…

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EYE WATERING You could be fined up to £2,500 for crying or arguing in your own home

EYE WATERING You could be fined up to £2,500 for crying or arguing in your own home 6

You could be committing a crime and see yourself slapped with a hefty fine simply by crying or arguing in your own home due to strict council rules. This is due to Community Protection Notices (CPNs), which are issued by local councils to prevent residents from disrupting their neighbours’ everyday life. <img class=”i-amphtml-intrinsic-sizer” style=”width: 960px; max-width: 100%; display: block !important;” role=”presentation” src=”data:;base64,” alt=”” aria-hidden=”true” /> The rules were introduced by Prime Minister Theresa May when she was Home Secretary in 2014 and can be given to anyone above the age…

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Theresa May cries as she announces her resignation: UK set for new PM by end of July

Theresa May cries as she announces her resignation: UK set for new PM by end of July 7

Her voice breaking, British Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation on Friday after three years of Brexit turmoil, dramatically increasing the likelihood of Britain crashing out of the EU within months. British Prime Minister Theresa May announces her resignation May, who took over in the aftermath of the 2016 Brexit referendum, was forced to make way following a Conservative mutiny over her ill-fated strategy to end Britain’s near five-decade membership of the European Union. “It is and will always remain a matter of deep regret to me that I…

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Embattled May dangles promise of new Brexit vote

Embattled May dangles promise of new Brexit vote 8

British Prime Minister Theresa May vowed Tuesday to give lawmakers a vote on holding a second Brexit referendum as part of her final effort to salvage her hated EU divorce deal. Theresa May The embattled British leader dangled a package of sweeteners that she hopes can resolve the Brexit crisis three years after the country first voted to end more than four decades of membership in the European project. Success on the fourth attempt in parliament would help May reclaim her legacy as the leader who kept her promise to…

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Theresa May rejects calls to resign

Theresa May rejects calls to resign 9

British Prime Minister Mrs Theresa May has rejected calls to quit over her handling of Brexit, saying it is “not an issue about me”. Theresa May May was replying to Tory Brexiteer Andrea Jenkyns, who said she had “failed to deliver on her promises” and had lost public trust. Calls have been growing for the prime minister to name an exit date. The PM’s spokesman said she had already promised to leave after delivering the first stage of Brexit and was sticking to that “generous and bold offer”. May has…

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Brexit: Ministers back Theresa May amid reports of a coup

Brexit: Ministers back Theresa May amid reports of a coup 10

On Mar 24, 2019 15,466 0 Senior ministers have dismissed reports of a cabinet coup to oust Theresa May.Chancellor Philip Hammond said talk of a change was “self indulgent” while Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay said the PM “is in charge”. Theresa May David Lidington – one of those touted as a possible replacement – insisted: “I am 100% behind the prime minister.” Mr Barclay told the BBC a general election would become more likely if MPs vote this week for a Brexit option the government does not want. MPs are…

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Brexit: Vote on Theresa May’s deal may not happen next week

Brexit: Vote on Theresa May’s deal may not happen next week 11

Theresa May has told MPs there might not be a third vote on her Brexit deal next week if there is insufficient support for it to pass. Theresa May If it does not pass, the EU has set a deadline of 12 April for the UK to propose a new plan. Meanwhile, supporters of another EU referendum will march through central London later. Labour’s Tom Watson will speak at the event, pledging to back May’s deal if she agrees to hold a referendum on it. Related Articles ‘Clear choices’ If…

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