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It would also make it easier for United Kingdom companies selling holidays across Europe as they will be able to trade under Atol rather than the protection regimes in each country they sell to, the British government said. Meanwhile, May led Conservatives are still trying to agree terms with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to secure their support for a minority government after the snap general election failed to win a majority for the ruling party.
  • Shiv Sena supports Kovind; to go with NDA after 15 years

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    Kovind's candidature that his party's decision would be spelled out after the Opposition meeting, but he had inexplicably rushed it through. On Wednesday, JD (U)'s core committee chaired by Bihar CM Nitish Kumar will meet in Patna to discuss party's stand on Kovind.
  • Trump visit to Britain left out of Queen's Speech

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    Leaving the European Union also means quitting nuclear power regulations, all of which will need to be replicated in United Kingdom law in a new Nuclear Safeguards Bill. Well, since Theresa May called a snap election at any rate. She was accompanied by son and heir Prince Charles, rather than husband Duke of Edinburgh, after he was admitted to hospital as a "precautionary measure" last night.
  • PM Modi Kick Starts Third International Yoga Day In UP

    PM Modi Kick Starts Third International Yoga Day In UP

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    Stressing on the relevance of yoga in employment too, the prime minister said yoga institutes have come up in large numbers in the past three years and demand for yoga teachers has also grown. It has associated with the meditation of body and mind through the relaxation of the body. He added, "The International Day of Yoga is being celebrated in villages, small towns and major cities around the world and has now become like a major festival".
  • Queen Elizabeth II mum about Trump visit

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    The omission follows media reports that Trump no longer wants to come because of British public opposition to the visit, after a petition to cancel it received more than 1.8 million signatures. "We will work hard every day to gain the trust and confidence of the British people, making their priorities our priorities", May said in the lead up to the Queen's Speech today .
  • Republican wins Georgia election in blow to anti-Trump effort

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    A sticker decorates the shirt of Karen Handel , Republican candidate for Georgia's 6th congressional district as she talks to reporters during a campaign stop at Old Hickory House in Tucker, Ga., Monday, June 19, 2017. According to the Associated Press , Karen Handel thanked Donald Trump for the support in her campaign. The race was to fill the seat of Tom Price, who resigned in February to join Trump's administration as health and human services secretary.
  • UK's May launches plan for government, promising to listen to Brexit concerns

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    But the speech glided over the invitation to Trump, which was widely criticised in Britain as an attempt by Prime Minister Theresa May to curry favour with the president during his first year in office. President Donald Trump definitely isn't the most popular foreign leader in the U.K. Recently, the public outrage against the USA president became even stronger, as Trump slammed London Mayor Sadiq Khan after the London terror attack on June 4.
  • Special Counsel Robert Mueller meets with House Russia investigators

    Special Counsel Robert Mueller meets with House Russia investigators

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    But with questions about obstruction of justice now swirling ( many on the Left seem to have moved away from the "collusion" angle, probably because damning evidence stubbornly refuses to materialize), Comey hinted heavily in his testimony that Special Counsel Robert Mueller would be targeting Trump on the former front.
  • Here's How Indian Celebrities Celebrated International Yoga Day '17

    Here's How Indian Celebrities Celebrated International Yoga Day '17

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    Yoga is practiced around the world with Indian commonly known as the home of yoga - where Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi led a class on Wednesday. Yogi Haider - as he is widely known - said he doesn't want any help from the government or the Indian High Commission to hold events. "Today, there is hardly any country where there is no attraction or awareness for yoga ".
  • We Need A Robert Mueller Resignation Or A Second Special Counsel

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    Sekulow pressed the same points with Chuck Todd, Jake Tapper and John Dickerson, telling Todd that the Washington Post story was "a fake report-a report with no documented sources". "And now he's being investigated by the Department of Justice because the special counsel-under the special counsel relations reports still to the Department of Justice".
  • Police raid home of Brussels attack suspect

    Police raid home of Brussels attack suspect

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    Federal prosecutor Eric Van der Sypt said soldiers "neutralized" a suspect at the Central Station immediately after the explosion there last night and "we do not know if the man is still alive or that he is dead". A mobile police command unit and several officers were still at the station, an Associated Press photographer said. Belgian police said the situation at Brussels Central is under control with no other casualties on Tuesday night after what police described as a small ...