Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May are set to battle it out for business leaders over Brexit.
Mr Corbyn and the Prime Minister will be making rival speeches to woo business leaders on Monday at the annual CBI conference.
Mrs May and the opposition leader will both pitch for industry backing for their opposing Brexit visions, after a chaotic week in UK politics. Continue reading UK – LABOUR LEADER Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May set to battle it out for business leaders over Brexit
“Most of these people [being sanctioned] are in prison, other than the crown prince,” Paul continued. “We need to punish who ordered this, who’s in charge. … If the president wants to act strongly, he should cut off the arm sales” over Khashoggi and because of civilian deaths in the U.S.-supported, Saudi-led intervention in Yemen’s civil war.
President Trump continues to express skepticism that MBS is implicated in Khashoggi’s death, and he suggested in an interview airing on Fox Sunday he might keep a close alliance with the Saudi prince even if he is guilty of the journalist’s murder. He has repeatedly resisted calls to end weapons deals with Riyadh, claiming the economic toll on the United States would be too high. Continue reading US PRESIDENT Trump downplays ‘very premature’ report on CIA assessment of Khashoggi killing
|CRIMSON TAZVINZWA, AIWA! NO!|In a country so divided over Brexit where it is hard to find any agreement to bring people together, May has done it – she has united people against her plans, Professor of Law and Government at Durham Law School Thom Brooks said.
The UK Prime Minister is under criticism over her Brexit plan with the media slamming Theresa May for creating a “divided government” and a “fractured country.”
On Wednesday, Theresa May said she managed to secure the backing of her cabinet for a draft divorce deal after more than five hours of talks but she’ll have to face another hurdle in her bid to see Brexit through, getting her plan adopted by parliament.
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Theresa May’s hopes of securing her Brexit deal were dealt a new blow on Saturday night as the EU warned the UK would have to pay about £10bn more to Brussels to win extra time for a smooth exit.
Ahead of what Downing Street said was a “critical” week for the prime minister, cabinet ministers also piled on the pressure by publicly insisting that she change the proposals. Pro-Brexit cabinet minister Andrea Leadsomsaid there was “still more to be done” to achieve the Brexit “that 17.4 million people voted for”. Continue reading BRITISH PRIME MINISTER Theresa May: “My Brexit Deal Is Right.”
|Alexandra Whittaker, InStyle|AIWA! NO!| Much was said about Queen Elizabeth and Donald Trump’s July meeting at Windsor Castle (did he really make her wait?) but it must’ve ended on at least a neutral note, because she’s reaching out to him through Buckingham Palace. The monarch released a statement addressed to Trump early Saturday morning, and she weighed in on the California wildfires that have devastated the area and left 1,000 missing.
“Prince Philip and I offer our deepest sympathies to the people of California, who continue to suffer from the devastating fires across the state,” she wrote.
Continue reading Queen Elizabeth Just Had the Palace Release a Formal Message to Donald Trump