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In a move that could jeopardise her frantic attempts to remain as Prime Minister, the DUP is accusing Downing Street of announcing a deal on its MPs voting with the Tories in the Commons before an agreement has been reached. This was added four days later when May said that as part of a consultation on the plans, the Conservatives would "make sure there is an absolute limit on what people need to pay".
  • London attackers were chef, clerk and 'suspicious' Italian

    London attackers were chef, clerk and 'suspicious' Italian

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    The third attacker, Youssef Zaghba, was born in Fez in 1995 to a Moroccan father and an Italian mother, reported Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera . Meanwhile, all 12 people who were arrested after the attack were released without charges , they added. Zaghba's reported Syria travel plans raise further questions about whether British authorities could have done more to prevent the attack.
  • UK election result: Theresa May to form government with DUP backing

    UK election result: Theresa May to form government with DUP backing

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    The DUP , although it wants to leave the European Union , will insist on keeping the single market that allows the free flow of goods across the UK's border with Ireland. On social welfare, the DUP is opposed to some Conservative policies that would reduce pensions, for example. It's a huge embarrassment for May, who called the early election with the aim of shoring up support for the Conservatives ahead of the country's crucial Brexit negotiations.
  • Former FBI chief James Comey accuses Trump administration of defaming him, 'lies'

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    In an interview Monday on Fox News' "Fox & Friends", Ivanka Trump says political life still surprises her and that "there is a level of viciousness I was not expecting". In his testimony to Congress on Thursday, Mr Comey laid bare on Capitol Hill months of distrust of the president , asserting that Mr Trump had fired him to interfere with the probe of Russia's ties to the Trump campaign.
  • London attack: What we know

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    The force said formal identification has not yet taken place, but Xavier Thomas's next of kin had been informed. Eight people were killed and dozens were injured. Police arrested a 27-year-old man in connection with the attack on Monday and released 12 others without charges, officials said. He was known to security services and even featured in a television documentary entitled " The Jihadis Next Door ".
  • Boris Johnson denies plot to topple UK PM

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    There were warnings she would have to soften her stance on Brexit , as the DUP have been adamant that they can not afford to leave the European Union without a deal as it would mean a return to a "hard border" with the Republic. Many critics, including Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, have expressed concerns over the DUP's stances on gay marriage and abortion, among other issues.
  • British Prime Minister Theresa May's two most trusted advisers quit

    British Prime Minister Theresa May's two most trusted advisers quit

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    Yes, of course we are going to reach out, ever since I became leader I had reached out". Many MPs are angry over what they see as an unnecessary vote that has cost several lawmakers their seats and are demanding she run a more open, collegiate government after her first months of a dictatorial regime.
  • Britain's Theresa May backtracks on announcement of DUP deal

    Britain's Theresa May backtracks on announcement of DUP deal

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    With all but one constituency declared, the Conservatives won 318 seats - down from 331 at the 2015 election - while Labour was on 261, up from 229. One of the standout figures in the General Election campaign has been the out leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson, who led the Conservatives into second place in Scotland gaining 12 seats, including out MSP Ross Thomson in Aberdeen South.
  • Jnanpith awardee C Narayana Reddy passes away

    Jnanpith awardee C Narayana Reddy passes away

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    CiNaRe, born on July 29, 1931 in Hanumajipet of erstwhile Karimnagar district, studied till his graduation in Urdu because Telugu as a medium was not available during the Nizam's rule. The Telugu film industry has condoled his death. Encouraged by NTR he started writing songs for Telugu movies from 1962. He catapulted to fame with the song -Nannu dochu kunduvate...vannela dorasani.