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Turner at UBS added: "Should the poll prove accurate, it is likely that the pound will give up the bulk of its post-election announcement gains". By Friday morning, pressure was mounting on May, who called the snap election in the hope of increasing her majority and strengthening Britain's hand in exit talks with the European Union .
  • A look at what a hung Parliament means for Britain

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    Cameron, gambling that Britons wouldn't want to sever their network of ties with the continent, had promised the Brexit referendum during a 2015 election campaign that gave Conservatives a surprise Parliamentary majority. I said at the start this election was wrong. "So I can't see them holding together". With less room for manoeuvre, she may be forced to reject compromises proposed by Brussels and drive a harder bargain.
  • Charlotte Pride denies gay Trump supporter's float into parade

    Charlotte Pride denies gay Trump supporter's float into parade

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    Troy Perry reminded us , Los Angeles made a decision to have a parade to celebrate the joy of gay liberation, in conjunction with the ongoing anger over still being denied first class citizenship. This year's parade features a new participant, the British Embassy, which will host a float in the parade that celebrates LGBT families. Charlotte Uprising, a coalition of local groups and people who want to end violence against black people and other minorities, called attention to the ...
  • Iran leaders accuse US, Saudis of supporting Tehran attacks

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    Larijani also criticized a Wednesday decision by the U.S. Senate to move forward on a new set of sanctions against Iran, including its elite Revolutionary Guards, a move that came on the same day as the Tehran attacks. The Intelligence Ministry said its forces stormed several "safe houses" linked to the group in the country's northwest, according to state television.
  • British police identify two London attack suspects

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    Two of the attackers had already been identified. Saturday night's rampage, in which the three men drove into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing people in the bustling Borough Market area, was Britain's third Islamist attack in as many months.
  • Prime Minister to try forming minority government

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    However some senior Tories said it would be unwise to change leadership with the new government in such a precarious position - risking a new election and undermining Brexit talks which are due to begin in just ten days. The Tories remain the biggest party with 318 seats so far and Labour now have 261 - with 326 required for a majority and just one seat left to be called.
  • Scottish leader Sturgeon says election 'disastrous' for PM May

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    In the last general election in 2015, the SNP took all but three of Scotland's 59 seats at Westminster. The sentiment was also noted by CNN's Nic Robertson. While pollster Mark Diffley from Ipsos MORI said: "Scrambling to think where the 22 SNP losses come from". "What we've got is a crushing result for the SNP, they've lost 20 seats if not more and further than that they've watched their majorities crumble".
  • Following Comey testimony, DOJ releases statement defending Jeff Sessions

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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 .