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Mr Johnson was spotted approaching the Chair and seeking the permission of the Commons Speaker, John Bercow, during one of the votes on the government's latest Brexit legislation, the Trade Bill. But he warned in the 18 months since that speech, a "fog of self-doubt" has fallen over Britain's stance. He argued that the problem was not that Britain had failed to make the case to Brussels for an ambitious free trade deal, but "we haven't even tried".
  • Brexit rebellion costs British PM May another minister

    Brexit rebellion costs British PM May another minister

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    Three Labour MPs voted with the government. Jacob Rees-Mogg, an arch eurosceptic who proposed the amendments, said he did not expect the bill, or another bill on trade due to be debated on Tuesday, to be blocked outright by the 650-member parliament.
  • Trump flays ‘stupidity’ of USA policy on Russian Federation..

    Trump flays ‘stupidity’ of USA policy on Russian Federation..

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    President Trump said Mr Putin had been "extremely strong and powerful in his denial" of any election meddling. Any politicians worth their salt need to know how to duck hard questions from journalists, and U.S. The summit, which is being closely watched around the world, was not the first time Trump and Putin have held talks. "There are no objective reasons for difficulties [between Russian Federation and the US]".
  • Pres. Trump: Putin made 'incredible offer' in Russian hacking case

    Pres. Trump: Putin made 'incredible offer' in Russian hacking case

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    While insisting that the Russian interference had no impact on the outcome of the election, he said that he accepts "our intelligence community conclusion that Russia's meddling in the 2016 election took place". "President Putin just said it's not Russia", Trump said. "We have been clear in our assessments of Russian meddling", Coats said in a statement. Although he faced pressure from critics, allied countries and even his own staff to take a tough line, Trump spoke not a single ...
  • Forecast: Heavy storms coming to western CT today

    Forecast: Heavy storms coming to western CT today

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    Sun: High: 92 Low: 69 Decreasing clouds. Storms should push into the city anytime around or after 2pm today and leave sometime after 6pm. Offshore wind with near seasonal daytime highs with waves of wet weather expected. Flooding by the Chateau burn scar would be likely from these storms. Wednesday is expected to see temperatures in the high-80s, with mostly sunny skies.
  • Theresa May ‘scrapes through’ vote on customs bill

    Theresa May ‘scrapes through’ vote on customs bill

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    The government won the vote on the tariffs amendment with a narrow majority of three lawmakers. It remains far from clear whether Brussels will accept her plans. Mr Thomson told BBC Scotland that he wanted to keep the government "true to its commitments" over Brexit. Her Brexit negotiating strategy, which aims for a close relationship with the European Union after Britain leaves the bloc in March 2019, was only agreed with her cabinet earlier this month after two years of wrangling.
  • 'Shameful': US lawmakers blast Trump over Putin summit

    'Shameful': US lawmakers blast Trump over Putin summit

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    I think the United States has been foolish ". About 20 minutes later, he tweeted again: "While I had a great meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, raising vast amounts of money, I had an even better meeting with Vladimir Putin of Russian Federation".
  • Trump, Putin tout reset in ties at summit

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    A wary and robust stance toward Russian Federation has been a bedrock of his party's world view. From the Kremlin's perspective, however, the project of improving US-Russian relations is only beginning. "I have great confidence in my intelligence people, but I will tell you that President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today". The conditions were in place for effective co-operation on Syria, Putin added.
  • 'Open Treason': Trump slammed by media, everywhere but Russian Federation

    'Open Treason': Trump slammed by media, everywhere but Russian Federation

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    Mr Steele, a former intelligence agent with MI6, compiled a dossier on Mr Trump's links to Russian Federation, after initially being hired by Republicans who wanted to block Mr Trump from becoming the party's presidential candidate. Russian President Vladimir Putin (left) and Russia's ambassador to Finland Pavel Kuznetsov disembark from an airplane upon arrival at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport in Helsinki , on July 16, 2018.
  • Trump told me to sue EU: May

    Trump told me to sue EU: May

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    In his interview with the Sun , Mr Trump said he would have handled Brexit talks "much differently", and added: "I actually told Theresa May how to do it but she didn't agree, she didn't listen to me". The comments shocked many in Britain - even May's opponents - and couldn't have come at a worse time for the British prime minister, who is facing a crisis over Brexit from within her own ranks.
  • Rush Limbaugh Ravages US Media Over Coverage of Trump-Putin Summit

    Rush Limbaugh Ravages US Media Over Coverage of Trump-Putin Summit

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    Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Mike Lee (R-Utah) were the only senators to vote against the measure, which also reaffirmed the US commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. The exchange came shortly after the Russian Federation leader met with President TrumpDonald John TrumpSasse: Trump shouldn't dignify Putin with Helsinki summit Top LGBT group projects message onto Presidential Palace in Helsinki ahead of Trump-Putin summit Hillary Clinton to Trump ahead of Putin summit: 'Do you know ...