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On Thursday, Sen. James Risch , R-Idaho, asked Comey about a February 14 story in the New York Times that "suggested that the Trump campaign was colluding with the Russians". The problem for Trump is that he's under investigation now. But Comey ducked him, saying "Not in those words, no". It was clear, during the testimony , that even senators who normally defend Trump under any and all circumstances were hesitant to attack Comey .
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    Nick Clegg first 'big beast' to lose seat

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    But the Labour Party saw an increase of 19.7 per cent, grabbing votes from the Lib Dems and Conservatives . The Lib Dem leader also spent 27% of his time in Labour constituencies, making trips to seven Labour strongholds and three Labour marginals.
  • Top Takeaways: Comey's high-drama testimony distilled

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    His prepared testimony , released 24 hours earlier, was praised by many as tour de force, a dramatic account of four months of dealing with Trump , replete with detail and damning conversation. about, or otherwise involve the Attorney General.in, any matters described", stated DOJ's statement". He wrote memos of other subsequent encounters with Trump.
  • Comey told senators about possible third Sessions-Russia meeting

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    While Trump demanded loyalty from the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director, Comey made clear Thursday that his allegiance was always to the country he served. But he also testified that another member of the FBI's leadership team believed that Trump's conduct "will fall within the scope" of the Russian Federation investigation and was therefore "reluctant" to assure the president that he was not personally under investigation.
  • Brexit Meltdown as Europe Reacts to UK Election Amid 'Casino' Criticism

    Brexit Meltdown as Europe Reacts to UK Election Amid 'Casino' Criticism

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    If the exit poll is correct, Corbyn could attempt to form a government with smaller parties, which, like Labour, strongly oppose most of May's policies on domestic issues . SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon said the election "has been a disaster for Theresa May". "If she had got the majority she wanted, she would have been a supreme political colossus", he said.
  • Modi avoids questions from Pakistani journalists

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    However, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj ruled out any bilateral meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif during the summit. Pakistan and India both now hold observer status at SCO. During the meeting, Modi thanked the Chinese president for supporting India's bid for full membership of the SCO. "Moreover, it helps us all combat terrorism, reduce arms race, eliminate poverty.
  • EU presses Britain to get its act together for Brexit talks

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    May's Conservative government won 318 seats in the House of Commons, falling short of a majority by 8 seats. "In our view, the lack of a majority for any party is likely to delay Brexit negotiations, scheduled to start very soon", S&P Global said in an emailed statement.
  • Trump may allow Comey testimony

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    Trump's argument in favor of privilege also may be overcome because the investigation is focused on corruption and possible obstruction of justice . What are the odds that Trump would legally succeed in blocking Comey's testimony? Reuters has reported that Flynn and Trump's son-in-law and close adviser, Jared Kushner, discussed with Kislyak the idea of creating a back channel between Trump and Putin that could have bypassed diplomats and intelligence agencies.
  • Up high? Too slow! Corbyn's high-five ends in awkward thud

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    A special election called by Prime Minister Teresa May , in an effort to bolster her majority in Parliament, turned into a stunning repudiation of the Tories. Of people voting for hope for the future and turning their backs on austerity. They lost 21 seats although their share of the vote nationally was only down by 1.7 per cent.