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Maike Currie, investment director for personal investing at Fidelity International , said a "lethal cocktail" of soaring inflation, low interest rates and negative real earnings was brewing for United Kingdom consumers.
" Rising inflation and weak wage growth means United Kingdom real earnings is falling at the fastest pace in three years".
  • North Korea 'Not Far' From Testing Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

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    Leader Kim Jong-un said in his New Year's address that the regime is "in the final stage of" preparing to test-fire an ICBM . SEOUL-South Korea's President Moon Jae-in on Sunday nominated a former navy chief as his defense minister, the president's office said, as the government faces challenges tackling North Korea's rapidly developing weapons program.
  • Sessions: Comey was wrong to leak Flynn memo

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    He also declined to say if Trump opposed Sessions' decision to recuse himself from the Russian Federation probe in March, and whether Justice Department officials discussed possible presidential pardons of individuals being looked at in the probe.
  • Sessions denies secret Russian Federation meetings

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    NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson joins us in studio. "No", said Sessions, followed by a giggle and laughter in the audience. When asked by Cotton whether the collusion of a sitting United States senator and a foreign ambassador would ever appear in one of these "fantastical situations", like a clandestine meeting at the Mayflower Hotel, Sessions used another literary reference to demonstrate what he sees as the ridiculousness of such a theory.
  • Sessions vows to defend himself against 'false allegations'

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    Asked about media reports that he had met with Kislyak on a third occasion at a Washington hotel a year ago, Sessions testified that did not remember meeting or having a conversation with the ambassador at the event. "It is absurd, frankly, to suggest that a recusal from a single specific investigation would render the Attorney General unable to manage the leadership of the various Department of Justice law enforcement components that conduct thousands of investigations", he said.
  • London fire: What we know so far

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    Some called friends and family to assure them they had survived. At least 30 people have been taken to hospitals. "But we were just looking up". The statement said the fire reached from the second storey of the building to the top and the cause of the fire was not known.
  • Senate Questions Jeff Sessions About Contacts With Russian Officials

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    The attorney general, a prominent supporter of Donald Trump on the campaign trail, has recused himself from the DOJ Russia investigation. Several media outlets have reported that Comey told the Intelligence Committee last week that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was examining whether Sessions met with Kislyak at a Washington hotel a year ago.
  • DUP and Conservatives hold talks

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    However, she is facing criticism on two fronts: first, that the DUP has policies which are at odds with May's Conservative party and second, that such an alliance would imperil the Northern Ireland devolved government, which has been unable to form since January.
  • Massive fire engulfs apartment tower in London

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    More than 200 firefighters were sent to tackle the blaze which was reported just after 1.15am on Wednesday. AN ILFORD man travelled to North Kensington this morning to help people hurt in the Grenfell Tower block blaze. People inside the building were seen flashing torches or mobile phones to attract help and a witness described seeing at least one person falling from an upper floor.