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Len McCluskey wrong to say Labour can not win election - Kezia Dugdale


His comments were dismissed by Labour's elections co-ordinator Andrew Gwynne, who said: "This is absolute rubbish from the Tories and yet another wholly cynical ploy to try and avoid scrutiny of their own spending plans". Mr McCluskey's prediction of 200 seats for Labour suggests a Tory majority of around 80. The actor, producer and director - who shot to fame with his role in TV's Taxi and classic drama One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - said the United Kingdom has "got the guy". Lire la suite »

Trump visit seen as long shot to revive Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking


President Donald Trump has decided he will not announce plans to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem during his trip to Israel next week, two administration officials told CNN Wednesday. and Israel over the past week after an American diplomat told Israeli officials that the Western Wall was not part of Israel and not Israel's responsibility. Lire la suite »

Trip to bring Macron face-to-face with troops


French Chieff of Staff Gen. Pierre de Villiers arrives at the Elysee Palace, Thursday, May 18, 2017 in Paris as French President Emmanuel Macron chairs his first security council. The groups were quickly pushed from strongholds but remain a deadly threat. The centrist president's first message had been that his ministers were "no longer confined by labels, and our political backgrounds won't stop us working intelligently for France", Castaner said. Lire la suite »

Ex-FBI Director Mueller to lead Trump-Russia investigation


But that changed on Wednesday evening when Rosenstein announced that he had appointed another former FBI director, Robert Mueller , to conduct an independent investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 campaign. Rosenstein was due to brief USA senators later on Thursday. Chances that such a commission, or a special committee, will be created have dimmed enormously thanks to the Mueller appointment. Lire la suite »

Mexico welcomes NAFTA re-negotiation, expects constructive talks

As far as Nebraska is concerned, NAFTA isn't broken and doesn't need fixing. "What Canada has said from Day 1 is that we are ready to come to the table at any time", Freeland told the House of Commons Wednesday evening. Steve Verheul will be the chief negotiator on Canada's NAFTA renegotiation team, CTV News has confirmed. "U.S. fresh produce and floral retail markets depend on supplies from overseas". Lire la suite »

Cyber attack: NHS Tayside returns to normal

When the computer virus struck on Friday 47 trusts were affected and seven had to close their doors in A&E to ambulances. Home Secretary Amber Rudd will chair a meeting of the Government's emergency COBRA committee later. Labour has accused the Government of a "chaotic" response, and claimed cuts had left hospitals "wide open" to being compromised. Questions have been raised over Trident's vulnerability to potential cyber attacks, as the system is believed to use ageing Window's XP ... Lire la suite »

Man who ran over pedestrians was 'hearing voices'


The dead woman was named by police as Alyssa Elsman, an 18-year-old who was on vacation with her family from MI. Instead, preliminary findings suggest that the unnamed driver was most likely under the influence of alcohol or drugs. He pleaded guilty to an infraction in 2015 and was ordered to complete a drunken-driving programme and lost his licence for 90 days. Police do not suspect this is linked to terrorism. Lire la suite »

Chaffetz resignation latest twist in GOP oversight of Trump

When President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey, many expected - or hoped - that former prosecutor Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) might be selected to take his place. Sitting next to his wife, Julie, and their dog, Ruby, Chaffetz said after almost eight in years in Congress, he wanted a change. But he did not provide a date for his departure until Thursday. Lire la suite »

Fractious House panel at center of latest Trump probes

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, the Republican chair of the House Oversight Committee, is trying to get in touch with former FBI Director James Comey to testify in a public hearing as soon as next week. "We need to gain access to the memo", Collins said, "as well as any other memos that reflect the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's conversations with the president". Lire la suite »

Biden: I was the 'great candidate' for 2016 - not Clinton


Biden had some inspiring words for the American people with bipartisan politics gripping the nation now, which he described as a "fever" that had to "break". "This fever has to break". "Argue like hell about what they're doing, but show some respect", he said. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) jokes with retired Gen. Lire la suite »

Royaume-Uni : Ses parents lui donnent 1,8 million d'euros, le fils estime que ce n'est pas assez et les attaque en justice


Dave Dawes, un ancien ouvrier anglais, et son épouse Angela ne s'attendaient sans doute pas à pareille mésaventure en remportant la cagnotte (110 millions d'euros) de l'EuroMillions en 2011! Averti par son père de la victoire au loto de ce dernier lorsqu'il était mobilisé sous les drapeaux en Afghanistan, Michael a affirmé à la Cour que son père lui avait fait la promesse de "toujours le prendre en charge". Lire la suite »

Med View airline banned from European airspace


According to the airline, the ban falls under exception rule in EASA, Annex A, which states that air carriers listed in the annex can be permitted to exercise traffic rights by using wet-leased aircraft of an air carrier, which is not subject to an operating ban. Lire la suite »

Impeaching Trump is still premature, Democratic leaders say


In an interview, Mr Chaffetz said he wasn't prejudging the case. "There is a belief in this country that no one is above the law, and that includes the president of the United States of America", Green said. According to a report published Tuesday in New York Times , Comey's written memo of a February meeting with Trump says Trump asked Comey to back off from looking into disgraced former National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn. Lire la suite »

NY judge Garcia uninterested in FBI director job

President Donald Trump will interview the former independent senator - who ran on a ticket with Al Gore in 2000 before endorsing Republican John McCain in 2008 - at the White House later in the day. McFarland as deputy national security adviser. Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important. Lire la suite »

Senate Russia investigators ask Comey to testify, seek documents


Mr Trump has been accused of acting unwisely and jeopardising long-standing intelligence-sharing agreements by sharing information without consulting the ally that provided it. According to the NY Times , Comey wrote in a memo that the president told him "let this go". The White House vigorously denied it all. In one letter, the committee asked Comey to testify in both open and closed sessions. Lire la suite »

Syrian government denies USA allegations of mass killings


Although the regime's many atrocities are well documented, we believe that the building of a crematorium is an effort to cover up the extent of the mass murders taking place in Sednaya. The Amnesty International report says that during a four-year period, from March 2011 to December 2015, the Syrian government "quietly slaughtered between 5,000 and 13,000 prisoners at Saydnaya, dumping their bodies in mass graves". Lire la suite »

Navy veteran in custody after Times Square crash


In a statement , Gov. Andrew Cuomo called the day's events "nothing short of horrific". Sean Spicer, the White House's Press Secretary said that President Trump has already been notified. After the auto struck a barricade and stopped, the driver climbed out of his vehicle, Lowe said. The auto hit a barricade and stopped. News outlets said the suspect was a 26-year-old male from the city's Bronx borough. Lire la suite »

France's Le Pen to run for parliament with party in disarray


Allinson, the intended victim, refused to cooperate with the prosecution and even offered to give evidence in his defense. Judge Anne Molyneux said that over nearly a year Harris "actively sought to murder his life partner". As they discussed the murder Harris said: "I will be suitably distressed because I will be distressed there's no doubt about it". They told jurors at London's Central Criminal Court that Harris, 68, wanted to kill Allinson, inherit her fortune and move in with his ... Lire la suite »

Two frontrunners in race to succeed Enda Kenny


The support of Mr Flanagan, Mr Donohoe and Mr Kehoe solidifies a commanding early lead race for Mr Varadkar after he secured the support of twice as numerous party's TDs and Senators as his main rival, Simon Coveney, during the first 24 hours of the race. Lire la suite »

'Single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history,' Trump claims

The announcement, the latest in the shock-a-day Washington saga, was made a day ahead of Rosenstein's scheduled closed-door appearance Thursday afternoon before the Senate. Trump abruptly fired former FBI chief James Comey last week in the middle of the agency's probe into Russia's involvement in the USA elections and the Kremlin's links with the mogul's presidential campaign. Lire la suite »

May 20-26 is National Safe Boating Week


U.S. Coast Guard statistics show that drowning was the reported cause of death in approximately 68 percent of recreational boating fatalities in 2015, and that approximately 85 percent of those who drowned were not wearing life jackets. - File a float plan. - Stay alert. Watch for other boats, swimmers, skiers and objects in the water. Before you leave, let family or friends know the details of your trip, including when you should be back. Lire la suite »