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The Labour leader also said he thought it was quite possible there could be an election later this year, or early next year, which he thought "might be a good thing". A visibly relaxed Corbyn, asked whether he would be in his own job over the long term, joked that "I've got youth on my side". Mr Fallon, who is one of Ms May's most loyal supporters, said he disagreed with Mr Osborne's description of her as a "dead woman walking" and he expected Conservative MPs to rally behind her.
  • Iran has sent five planes of food to Qatar

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    Iran voiced readiness to provide Qatar with whatever food products the Arab country needs immediately after Saudi Arabia and a number of others broke off relations with Qatar, which relies heavily on importing food. Almost a week after Saudi Arabia and several of its allies severed ties with Qatar in an unprecedented Gulf diplomatic crisis, there were no signs of the bitter dispute being resolved.
  • 'Only Boris Johnson or David Davis can be next Tory leader'

    'Only Boris Johnson or David Davis can be next Tory leader'

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    It was apparently sent on Sunday morning, following two days of speculation over whether Theresa May would be able to cling to power and if not, whether Mr Johnson is plotting to make a bid for the top job. "We need Bojo. We need a Brexiteer", they told the Mail on Sunday . He said: "I am backing Theresa May". Mrs May has insisted she will not quit immediately despite losing her Commons majority, but says she will "reflect" on the dire result amidst calls from pro-EU backbenchers for ...
  • Headless body found on porch of MS home

    Headless body found on porch of MS home

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    The Police have not revealed the motive in the case and would not confirm whether the murder was carried out by a gang. It appeared to have been cut off at the neck , he said. Authorities are investigating the two crime scenes, according to WLBT. According to the JPD, at approximately 9:19 a.m. Saturday morning, officers responded to a suspicious activity call on 1536 Deer Park Street.
  • Iran rejects 'repugnant' White House condolences for Tehran attack

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    The statement concludes: "We underscore that states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote ". Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, speaking in Germany, said he did not know who was responsible and that "we condemn terrorist attacks anywhere they occur", the New York Times reported .
  • In shadow of terror, British election tighter than expected

    In shadow of terror, British election tighter than expected

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    The DUP has reportedly promised to lend the Tories their 10 votes - not in coalition but as a looser arrangement. May will lead a minority government. The announcement created a surge of interest in the DUP, the most searched topic on Google UK on Friday morning. "If, as the indications have shown, and if this is correct that the Conservative Party has won the most seats and probably the most votes then it will be incumbent on us to ensure that we have that period of stability and that is ...
  • 'He could be Labour's salvation': Corbyn supporters on the election result

    'He could be Labour's salvation': Corbyn supporters on the election result

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    The DUP said the "talks so far have been positive", adding: "Discussions will continue next week to work on the details and to reach agreement on arrangements for the new Parliament". With the 10 DUP MP seats, the Conservatives will now have just enough votes to put them over the threshold. She told the BBC: "I was fairly straightforward with her (Mrs May) and I told her that there were a number of things that count to me more than the party".
  • UK PM May agrees 'outline' power deal with DUP

    UK PM May agrees 'outline' power deal with DUP

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    Without a majority, she could be forced to seek consensus on the approach she takes, potentially by performing a U-turn on single market membership and protecting the economy at the expense of new immigration controls. May said Brexit talks would begin on June 19 as scheduled, the same day as the formal reopening of parliament. "I will always support the right for women to choose and access safe termination of pregnancy and will oppose any change to the legislation", she tweeted.
  • Britain's May reaches power deal in battle to cling on

    Britain's May reaches power deal in battle to cling on

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    The Times newspaper's front page declared "May stares into the abyss". Timothy and Hill had worked for May when she was interior minister, before she became prime minister in July a year ago in the chaotic days that followed the Brexit vote, and their influence had increasingly angered senior ministers.
  • Jeremy Corbyn keeps his eyes on Downing Street

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    But Johnson said he backed May. Conservative Party MP Anna Soubry said Ms May's position was untenable long term. The change may help to quell some of the unrest within the party. She had a lead of 20 points, and the consensus view was that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn was horribly unpopular and his party doomed. The Survation poll for the Mail on Sunday finds that Labour would win 45% of the vote to the Conservatives' 39%, if voters were sent back to the polls.
  • Somali Special Forces Strike Destroys Alshabab Training Base in Middle Jubba

    Somali Special Forces Strike Destroys Alshabab Training Base in Middle Jubba

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    Unspecified American military aircraft struck a terrorist nerve center in Somalia on Sunday, an operation believed to have killed eight al-Qaida loyalists who've staged repeated attacks on US allies in the region. The most recent strike against al-Shabab is part of the Pentagon's newfound focus on the African terrorist organization and the Somali government's aggressive new fight actions against the terrorist group.