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Greg Clark has been reappointed as business secretary, in a move backed by Incpen chief executive Paul Vanston, who said on social media it was "helpful news" that the Government could continue with its industrial strategy. The Daily Express reports that Cabinet ministers are rallying around a "beleaguered" prime minister in a desperate attempt to halt bitter Tory in-fighting over her leadership.
  • Sessions wants his testimony open to public

    Sessions wants his testimony open to public

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    Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh and D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine said they will make a formal statement Monday afternoon. It is not yet known whether the hearing will be public or closed. Mr Sessions had recused himself from that investigation in March following reports that he met twice with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential campaign and did not disclose the encounters to Congress during his confirmation hearing in January.
  • Pakistani PM to attempt to ease Saudi Arabia-Qatar rift

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    Moreover, it was reported that other leaders around the world have also expressed concerns on the crisis and called for talks, including Morocco s King Mohammed VI and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Qatar is a partner of the United Kingdom in the fight against terrorism but they urgently need to do more to address support for extremist groups, building on the steps they have already taken to tackle funding to those groups.
  • John Oliver's take on the General Election and Brexit is absolutely brilliant

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    For all the oddball cheese-themed British press coverage the issue has been receiving, the U.K.is facing a serious issue, and for that they'll need a serious negotiator. "That's right, I'm talking about the intergalactic space lord himself". Oliver explained the tradition of novelty candidates in British elections to the audience and suggested Buckethead could be the person to handle Brexit negotiations.
  • What Exactly Is A Hung Parliament?

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    We haven't won but Tories have been humiliatingly defeated. Well, May is going to attempt to form an agreement with the 10 MPs that were elected from the Democratic Unionist Party, or DUP. Since any deal is not expected to involve a formal coalition, such talks may not hold up the formation of government. May also reappointed an old adversary - Michael Gove, a former rival for the Conservative leadership whom May fired from the Cabinet when she took office previous year.
  • British PM's days numbered as top aides quit?

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    On Friday, May declared her intention to lead a government with the support of the Northern Ireland MPs of the Democratic Unionist Party ( DUP ) - describing the tie-up as a government of "certainty". " Theresa May is a dead woman walking ". May also reappointed an old adversary - Michael Gove , a former rival for the Conservative leadership whom May fired from the Cabinet when she took office previous year.
  • Senior UK Cabinet ministers offer support to prime minister

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    Ultra-conservative and populist, the DUP opposes gay rights and abortion while supporting the teaching of Biblical creationism in schools, a stance that puts it at odds with mainstream British politics. Several newspapers said Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was being urged by supporters to launch a leadership challenge, but he dismissed the reports as "tripe" in a tweet saying he was backing May.
  • Which insiders are trading Weatherford International plc (NYSE:WFT)?

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    Weatherford International PLC's revenue for the quarter was down 12.6% compared to the same quarter previous year. The business is scheduled to announce its next quarterly earnings results on Wednesday, July 26th. Weatherford International Plc ( NYSE WFT ) traded down 3.90% during trading on Monday, hitting $4.19. Overall, 31.59 Million shares exchanged hands versus its average trading volume of 22.43 Million shares.
  • Author eats his book on live TV after incorrect United Kingdom poll prediction

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    Last month, Goodwin tweeted that there was no way Labor Party under Jeremy Corbyn would be able to bag more than 38% of votes. Goodwin ate his book about Brexit on Sky News which stunned panel members as well as the audience. Asked if the book's consistency was "strong and stable, or a bit weak and wobbly", Goodwin didn't immediately respond - because he had his mouth full.
  • Iran arrests seven people over Tehran attacks

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    State TV broadcast the ceremony live. The terrorist incident, Ayatollah Khamenei said , was a "clear indication of the animosity and malicious hostility of the agents of the arrogance with the noble Iranian nation and everything related to the revolution, the Islamic system and its exalted late leader (Imam Khomeini)".
  • Ireland wants Brexit talks to start, to safeguard peace process

    Ireland wants Brexit talks to start, to safeguard peace process

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    May called for a snap election in April so her Conservative party could widen its majority in Parliament. Defense Secretary Michael Fallon , a member of May's Conservative party, told the BBC: "What we do have now is an understanding of the outline proposals that would underpin that working agreement".