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This gets at the issue of the Sessions recusal from the Russian Federation investigation writ large. But was there a third-something James Comey alluded to during his testimony last week and later discussed with senators behind closed doors? As president-elect, Trump nominated the Republican Alabama senator in November to serve as his attorney general.
  • Is The British Pound Still Falling? Election Brings Uncertainty To English Currency

    Is The British Pound Still Falling? Election Brings Uncertainty To English Currency

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    Although winning the most seats, her centre-right party lost its majority in parliament, meaning it will now rely on support from Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). "May won't be able to make any compromises because she lacks a broad parliamentary majority", he said. Post-mortems of the Brexit campaigns had suggested that the Remain's focus on scaring people about what a Britain outside Europe would suffer rather than making a positive case for membership was one of the ...
  • United Kingdom says Brexit talks to go ahead as scheduled

    United Kingdom says Brexit talks to go ahead as scheduled

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    MPs said that instead of the traditional banging of desks there will be a "banging of heads" amid fury on behalf of colleagues who lost their seats and had their dreams "shattered". "Our sector is hugely important to the economy but without the right support for arts organisations and the creative workforce - particularly on the issues of funding, healthcare and mobility - we risk losing one of our strongest engines of growth", an Equity spokesman said.
  • Wenger to target title after signing new two-year deal with Arsenal

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    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has urged the fans to join together to support the players and the club after he penned a new contract at the Emirates . Kroenke has been accused of failing to back Wenger financially, with Arsenal regularly missing out on the world's best players due to their strict wage structure and apparent unwillingness to pay above "market value".
  • London terror attack: Scotland Yard makes 21st arrest from Barking

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    The development came as new testimony emerged from a woman who was knifed in the throat in the attack . Butt and his aides Moroccan-origin Rachid Redouane and Moroccon-Italian Yousef Zaghba rammed a high-speed van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing revellers at the nearby Borough Market, killing eight people before being shot dead by armed police officers last week.
  • Senate GOP, Dems agree on new sanctions on Russia

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    The Obama administration expanded sanctions in December 2016, after accusing the Russian government of meddling in US elections and harassing American diplomats. The bill comes after weeks of controversy in the nation's capital over charges of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Chuck Schumer said with impressive optimism, "will also send a powerful and bipartisan statement to Russian Federation and any other country who might try to interfere in our elections that they will be ...
  • I'm here as long as you want me, Theresa May apologises

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    May faced Conservative party lawmakers at a meeting of its 1922 Committee . CRUNCH talks to form a new government in Northern Ireland restart today despite claims the General election result could scupper them. Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said May's government lacked the credibility necessary for Brexit talks and should delay the negotiations. A government relations official at another bank said the financial industry will still make a renewed attempt to lobby the ...
  • President Trump willing to testify about James Comey conversations

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    Trump said at joint news conference in the White House Rose Garden with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis. Comey also said that he believed the president had fired him because of the Russian Federation probe, told "lies" about his record at the bureau and sought to redirect the probe away from former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
  • Number of Britons becoming German citizens rises 361%

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    It said 2,865 Britons took German citizenship in 2016 - a 365 per cent increase. And since it takes several months to complete the application process, Brits who applied after the Brexit referendum last June may not get their passports until this year, suggesting another big jump in naturalizations in 2017.
  • John Stones can handle England midfield role, says manager Gareth Southgate

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    Meanwhile, England also aren't exactly in great shape, although the surprising 2-2 draw with Scotland does not compromise The Three Lions' top spot in the group F. Everybody's different. But I am not in a rush to make that decision. While there is little to play for on Tuesday, both teams will be eager to shrug off their previous result with a win.