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Financial markets seem to have locked on to the idea the result might mean softer Brexit, largely shrugging off the turmoil unleashed by the hung parliament, said Ian Stewart, partner and chief economist at Deloitte. "And that's why she's going to be there probably for my career at least". "The other side of the coin is that if you go into a negotiation without the ability to walk away, then you will have a poorer outcome from that negotiation, it doesn't matter if you're buying a house or ...
  • Federal appeals court blocks Trump's travel ban

    Federal appeals court blocks Trump's travel ban

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    It might seem silly of the Ninth Circuit to cite a tweet in its decision, were it not for this press briefing statement from White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Monday was the deadline for the ban's challengers to respond to the administration's request that the order be allowed to go into effect. The court cited two previous Supreme Court cases in its conclusion - including one in 1944 involving the containment of Japanese Americans in internment camps during World War II, an ...
  • Maryland, DC Sue Trump, Claiming He Is 'Flagrantly Violating' the Constitution

    Maryland, DC Sue Trump, Claiming He Is 'Flagrantly Violating' the Constitution

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    Though the lawsuit notes Mr. Trump previously announced that he was turning the leadership and management of the Trump Organization over to his sons - Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. The lawsuit, first reported by The Washington Post , comes months after state lawmakers in Annapolis gave Frosh broad authority to bypass the governor and sue the federal government on a range of issues.
  • Enhance connectivity without infringing sovereignty: PM Modi at SCO

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    Describing terrorists as the chief violators of human rights and values, Modi said "We have full faith that the SCO would give a new push to our efforts in fight against terrorism ". "India should focus more cooperation and work alongside to provide assistance to each other's developmental goals". He said the development of the SCO will mean development of a huge section of the world's population.
  • 8 suspected of backing Tehran attacks held

    8 suspected of backing Tehran attacks held

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    Alavi added that there was a second safe house used by the five gunmen who attacked the parliament in the center of the capital and the shrine of Ayatollah Khomeini, southern Tehran . "Such acts will have no other result than to reinforce hatred for the US government and its agents in the region, like the Saudi [government]", Khamenei wrote in a message of condolence to the families of the dead.
  • Undercover activist investigating Ivanka Trump's shoe factory arrested, others missing

    Undercover activist investigating Ivanka Trump's shoe factory arrested, others missing

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    China Labor Watch said the men had already documented excessive overtime , with some working days stretching longer than 18 hours, and a base salary below minimum wage. Mr Hua's wife told the BBC she had lost contact with him on 28 May, but then police contacted her on Tuesday to say he was being held. In a letter sent to Ivanka Trump in April, the group alleged a number of labour violations at two unnamed factories that supplies the Ivanka Trump brand, including that employees were ...
  • US forces help Duterte fight Isis in Philippines

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    Moreover, the leader is known for his constant criticism about the USA government for meddling into the internal affairs of Philippines. "Their participation is limited to intelligence sharing", he said . The annual ceremony marks the anniversary of an armed revolt against Spanish colonial rule. With the deaths of 13 Marines, the latest casualty toll among government troops rose to 58, on top of the 138 militants and 20 civilians killed since soldiers battled with Maute rebels in ...
  • GOP official calls suit against Trump 'absurd'

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    That lawsuit was filed in January, moments after Trump was inaugurated, by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a government watchdog organization. District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine and Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh made the announcement at a jointly held news conference in Washington, confirming the suit has been filed in federal court in Maryland.
  • More human remains found in Wicklow Mountains

    More human remains found in Wicklow Mountains

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    It is believed the remains had not been there for a long period of time. Superintendent Pat Ward from Bray Garda station said that investigators are satisfied the victim had met with a violent end. "In particular we're appealing to people who use the area for recreational purposes such as walkers, cyclists, motorcyclists, hillwalkers". The search location is in an isolated area of the Wicklow Mountains.
  • Theresa May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback

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    The DUP is similar to the "religious right" in the United States and takes a hardline stance on social issues, such as same-sex marriage and abortion. She called the early election with her party comfortably ahead in the polls in the hope of increasing her majority and strengthening Britain's hand in exit talks with the European Union .
  • Hundreds demonstrate against Theresa May's alliance with DUP

    Hundreds demonstrate against Theresa May's alliance with DUP

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    Corbyn said, "Well the mandate she's got is lost Conservative seats, lost votes, lost support and lost confidence". "It is quite possible there will be an election later this year or early next year and that might be a good thing because we can not go on with a period of great instability", he said.
  • Theresa May to form fragile government after United Kingdom election debacle

    Theresa May to form fragile government after United Kingdom election debacle

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    Rachel Sheard, who was casting her vote near the site of Saturday's attack in London , said the election had not gone as expected - and that it certainly wasn't about Brexit . Students and staff at the institution, which bills itself as "the U.K.'s European university" because of its diverse population, also were anxious about how May was going to lead Britain out of the European Union, he added.