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United Kingdom negotiator David Davis and the EU's Barnier have one key issue over the first weeks of talks: building trust after months of haggling over leaks and figures over the final bill that Britain would have to pay for leaving. significant numbers of employers will be forced to relocate or focus future growth outside Britain", said Gerwyn Davies, CIPD labor market adviser. Davis said he hopes to agree "a deal like no other in history".
  • Britain and European Union agree terms of reference and timetable for Brexit talks

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    Anxious by immigration and loss of sovereignty, Britain voted past year to end its four-decades-old membership of the 28-country bloc - the first state ever to do so. The vote came as a profound shock to Brussels against a backdrop of rising anti-EU sentiment, with many - including now US President Donald Trump - predicting the bloc's eventual break-up.
  • Golfers seem to give good reviews to US Open at Erin Hills

    Golfers seem to give good reviews to US Open at Erin Hills

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    He qualified for the British Open and flew to London the next day to compete. Heused the pivotal stretch to pull away and finish the championships at 16-under 272. It's pretty cool. I'd love to get a map and just look at all the places I've won. "You've got 18 holes, just gut it out for that long and then you can celebrate".
  • Trump's lawyer denies he's being investigated

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    Fired FBI Director James Comey said under oath, during his much-anticipated Senate hearing earlier this month, that he believes he was sacked because of the Russian Federation investigation. "That's constitutional rights and protections under the president's authority as commander in chief", Sekulow said on "Fox and Friends". That lack of formal notification wouldn't be unusual in the early stages of an investigation.
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    Britain says will be "positive and constructive" in Brexit talks

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    The UK-EU Brexit talks are off to a sticky start today in Brussels-not just because they promise to be endlessly hard and complex, but because the Belgian capital is unable to cope with sweltering temperatures of 31° C (88° F). Ahead of Monday's opening round of the Brexit talks, Liberum Capital analyst Ian Whittaker on Friday wrote in a report about ITV that its stock remains "incredibly attractive" amid the current caution of marketers in Britain.
  • Raid Battles And New Gym Features Coming To Pokemon Go

    Raid Battles And New Gym Features Coming To Pokemon Go

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    Each Gym will have six slots that can be filled by the Pokemon of the team controlling it and each Pokemon must be unique - for example, only one Gyrados can be on each Gym. While hype for Pokemon Go has died down a bit - hordes of players no longer roam streets and parks at all hours of the day - the augmented reality app is still quite popular.
  • Britain kicks off Brexit negotiations with EU

    Britain kicks off Brexit negotiations with EU

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    Almost a year to the day since Britons shocked themselves and their neighbours by voting on June 23 to cut loose from their main trading partner, and nearly three months since Prime Minister Theresa May locked them into a two-year countdown to Brexit in March 2019, almost nothing about the future is clear.
  • Trump's attorney says he is not under investigation

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    President Trump requested he write up the letter to support the decision to fire Mr. Comey. But, more to the point, the fact that Sekulow is going here - again - means scrutiny will intensify on the meeting that Trump held with Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions just before firing Comey.
  • Iran Launches Missiles into Eastern Syria

    Iran Launches Missiles into Eastern Syria

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    Israel has traditionally been most concerned with the threat posed by Iran's ballistic missiles, and they have developed a highly complex defensive system to counter them. Iran's ballistic missile arsenal is one of the largest and most diverse in the region. " Drones flying from near Damascus to Deir Ezzor transmitted (footage of) missiles hitting their targets ", he said.
  • New York Health Act is the best option

    New York Health Act is the best option

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    State Republicans called Blumenthal's hearing a political stunt, saying he has done little to help the state deal with rising healthcare costs and other problems that Republicans attribute to the Affordable Care Act . That forecast is based on the House AHCA bill and does not reflect what the Senate might propose, said Aaron Wernham, Montana Healthcare Foundation CEO.
  • Ram Nath Kovind will make exceptional President: PM Modi

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    As soon as Mr Kovind's candidature was announced by the BJP , the Congress was the first to react, saying that the decision had been taken by the BJP "unilaterally" and that they had not been consulted. "Opposition will meet on June 22, then only we can announce our decision", she added. He further said that the grand old party would not comment on NDA's Presidential nominee as of now and would meet on June 22 to formally discuss the matter.
  • Pak beat India to lift Champions Trophy

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    Hot favorite India was supposed to trounce underdog Pakistan in the Champions Trophy cricket final in London . So when he was dropped by Azhar Ali in the slips off Mohammad Amir in the third over, huge cheers erupted around the arena.
  • Trump Attorney Insists President Is Not Under Investigation

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    That led to mass confusion for interviewers like Fox's Chris Wallace and CNN's Jake Tapper. In what seems an unconvincing explanation at best, defense attorney Jay Sekulow chose to defend his President by categorically denying that there was any investigation being carried out against him.
  • 58 people missing and presumed dead after London tower fire

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    The total death toll in Grenfell fire is feared to reach up to three-figure numbers. Asked repeatedly whether she had misread the public mood , May did not answer directly but said the focus was on providing support to the victims. Later on Sunday, former United Kingdom chancellor Philip Hammond said the cladding material used on the building was banned on British high-rises.
  • Official London Grenfell fire toll at 79, say police

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    The official said that the death toll in the incident can increase even further, however, not as significantly as it has over the past few days. Of the 58, he said the number of confirmed fatalities in Wednesday's inferno remains at 30. The Circle Line is also closed partly due to the fire and partly because of planned engineering work. May, whose political position was already weakened by a poor showing in parliamentary elections last week, announced the government would immediately ...
  • CT Final: Pak wins against India

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    The ICC Champions Trophy final win against India helped Pakistan vault to the No.6 spot in the International Cricket Council (ICC) One-day International (ODI) rankings, thereby helping them to inch closer to securing a direct entry to the 2019 World Cup in England and Wales.
  • Trump not under investigation, says his lawyer

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    But returning to the White House late Sunday with wife, Melania, and son Barron, he pronounced it "incredible", "beautiful" and "very nice". Kushner's contacts with Russians during the transition have been scrutinized as part of the widening probes into whether Trump's team coordinated with Moscow during the election.
  • ICC Champions Trophy : Indian fans rage after Pakistan defeat India in final

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    We never took anyone lightly. Pakistan then prove it's possible to bat on a used pitch, with Fakhar making his second fifty in as many matches, as they cruise to victory with 77 balls to spare. By the time Pandya was run out in the 27th over following a disgusting mix-up, the match was as good as done and dusted. "I'm sure that the nation of Pakistan is really happy tonight because they deserve it for what they've been through".
  • JK Rowling corrected a Finsbury Park attack headline

    JK Rowling corrected a Finsbury Park attack headline

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    It comes as locals fear further attacks in the nation that has suffered four terror attacks in three months including at London Bridge , Manchester and Westminster. There were angrier scenes as police arrived and protected the accused man as he was put into a police vehicle. "It was not an accident", said Sougou, 23.
  • Terror attack near a London mosque is every bit as sickening - May

    Terror attack near a London mosque is every bit as sickening - May

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    As part of the investigation, searches are being carried out at a residential address in Cardiff . The British man who plowed into a crowd leaving prayers at a London mosque had previously been kicked out of a pub for cursing Muslims and allegedly called a Muslim boy "inbred" in the days before his attack.
  • London mosque attack suspect arrested for terrorism

    London mosque attack suspect arrested for terrorism

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    LONDON: A man has died and 10 people have been injured after a man drove a van into worshippers near a north London mosque. The worshippers had been at a Muslim welfare centre as part of celebrations for the holy month of Ramadan. He wanted to run away and was saying, 'I want to kill Muslims'. He also offered his prayers for the victims. His next-door neighbors, who are Muslim, said that Osborne had approached their 12-year-old son in the road and called him "inbred" this past weekend.
  • Gerrymandering: Drawing districts for political advantage

    Gerrymandering: Drawing districts for political advantage

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    According to a New York Times story last November, a three-judge panel ruled that the Republican-controlled state legislature's redistricting in 2011 unfairly favored their party over Democrats , and that such partisan gerrymandering was unconstitutional.
  • Dems say they'll slow Senate work over secretive care bill

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    Beginning Monday night, Democrats will start objecting to all unanimous consent requests in the Senate, according to a Democratic aide. Senators have said their bill will be substantially different from the House bill, but some House Republicans are warning that they will pull their support if too many changes are made.
  • Trump slams Democrats for stalling his legislative agenda

    Trump slams Democrats for stalling his legislative agenda

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    House race ever. The numerous polls conducted this month show a race too close to call . While Ossoff has raised far more money for the race than his Republican rival, Handel has benefited from over $10 million in investments - almost all of which has gone towards attack ads - from GOP entities that have intervened since the first round of balloting in April.
  • Video footage helps identify London mosque attacker

    Video footage helps identify London mosque attacker

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    One man died at the scene, but it was not immediately clear whether he was killed by the attacker's actions or some other cause. Two were in a very serious condition, police said. What has the reaction been? "It is a reminder that terrorism , extremism and hatred take many forms and our determination to tackle them must be the same, whoever is responsible", she said.
  • Powersharing deal should involve all parties, says Simon Coveney

    Powersharing deal should involve all parties, says Simon Coveney

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    In his first official overseas visit since being elected Taoiseach last week, Varadkar travels to London where Northern Ireland and Brexit will top the agenda. Gerry Adams , the president of Sinn Fein , on Monday called the DUP-Conservative partnership "a coalition for chaos". A truly neutral guarantor "has in fact never been the reality, but now even this pretence will be dropped", said Emma Clancy, a political adviser for Sinn Fein.
  • Trump administration to keep DACA in place but rescind DAPA

    Trump administration to keep DACA in place but rescind DAPA

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    She was brought to the United States when she was 5. The announcement came as part of the Trump administration's decision to expand the program and create another to allow the parents of those children stay in the U.S.as well. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly quietly announced the decision at the bottom of a fact sheet released late Thursday declaring the end to a similar, but never-implemented program meant to shield immigrant parents of USA citizens and legal residents from ...
  • Rajnath, Naidu to meet Sonia today over presidential polls

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    MS Swaminathan: Known for his role in India's Green Revolution, MS Swaminathan's name has been suggested by the BJP ally in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena . Further giving her opinion over Presidential Elections, Mayawati stated that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) should have selected a name from a non-political background which would have been better.
  • Terror mosque attack suspect originally from Weston-super-Mare

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    Prime Minister Theresa May said that her thoughts were with the victims and their families, and that she would chair a Cobra emergency cabinet meeting this morning. Although there was no direct threat against the Muslim community in East Hertfordshire the police are taking precautions to ensure they stay safe. The attack laid bare the frustrations of Muslims who feel they've been unfairly equated with the extremists who carry out atrocities in the name of Islam.
  • Mayawati to oppose Kovind only if UPA projects a better Dalit candidate

    Mayawati to oppose Kovind only if UPA projects a better Dalit candidate

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    This unification of the Hindu Samaj has been done in tandem with the RSS and its chief Mohan Bhagwat, who had declared the year before the UP elections as devoted to Dalits. The NDA is short of majority by barely 20,000 votes but with several non-NDA parties pledging their support to its candidate, the ruling block now enjoys a comfortable majority.
  • Georgia governor praises Handel in US House race

    Georgia governor praises Handel in US House race

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    He has said the address is close to Emory University, where his fiancee attends medical school. Issue One estimates that almost half of the money dumped into the race has been controlled by outsider groups, such as the political action committee behind an attack ad tying Ossoff and Democrats to the Alexandria shooting that left a Republican congressman in critical condition.
  • This GOP Leader's Comment on the Congressional Shooting Angered Democrats and Republicans

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    It was an ugly, last-minute twist in the Ossoff-Handel contest for the U.S. House of Representatives seat vacated by Tom Price , who resigned after becoming Trump's secretary of the Health and Human Services Department. Health Secretary Tom Price, whose resignation to join Trump's Cabinet prompted this special election, urged voters to have a "crazy turnout" on Handel's behalf.
  • Stumped by BJP's Presidential pick, Mayawati, opposition focus on Kovind's 'RSS' background

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    Neither did anyone in the media, apparently - channels were "breaking" reports of Sushma Swaraj as the choice all weekend. The choice of a Dalit leader makes it hard for the Opposition unless it also pits a Dalit against Kovind. Shah said Kovind, who came from Dalit community, had struggled in life to reach this position. Kovind, 72, has been the Bihar Governor since August 2015.
  • In spite of tweet, lawyer says Trump not under investigation

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    What has Trump's legal team said? I wonder how Trump defines "loyalty". "That said, that in no way is going to impede any of this work from continuing". There is a stigma attached to being an investigative subject. Prosecutors will often answer then to avoid misleading the target. That may be an understandable approach in such a high-profile matter, though not always an advisable one.
  • Whom to believe, Trump or his lawyer?

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    The White House has claimed that Kushner's meeting with Gorkov was a diplomatic one. The article even features a graph titled "A guide to the five major investigations of the Trump campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation". The leaders of the Senate judiciary committee have reached an agreement about the scope of an investigation into political interference at the FBI, with the possibility that the inquiry could explore whether President Donald Trump acted improperly during his ...
  • Andre Ward Stops Sergey Kovalev By 8th Round TKO

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    Andre Ward retained his world light-heavyweight titles after a controversial stoppage victory over Sergey Kovalev in their rematch in Las Vegas . On Saturday night he was on one knee as referee Tony Weeks waved his hands in adjournment, and Ward kept the three light-heavyweight championships he took from Kovalev last November.
  • Xbox One X Console Coming In November

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    I personally think the answer is somewhere in between but closer to PS4 Pro status. The prospect of official emulation of original Xbox games on PC looks like it could be a realistic one. There also aren't that many exclusives for Xbox right now, with the good ones being available on Windows 10 and with not that many coming after a disappointingly lackluster E3 this year.
  • Supreme Court to hear partisan gerrymandering case

    Supreme Court to hear partisan gerrymandering case

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    Nichol , which alleges Wisconsin lawmakers drew districts to favor Republicans. In 2012, the first election following the enactment of the new maps, Republicans received only 48.6 percent of the vote but won a 60 to 39 legislative advantage in the State Assembly.
  • Tech CEOs to visit White House

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    Trump's meeting with the tech CEOs is expected to last for four hours. White House officials said the dispute had little impact and that they had to turn away tech leaders from Monday's event because of lack of space. But while neither Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg nor COO Sheryl Sandberg is expected to be at the meeting, most of the invited leaders are apparently attending despite their policy differences - if primarily out of self-interest.