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Theresa May Says She Won't Resign, Seeks Minority Gov't


The proposal will be considered by the DUP when senior party members meet later this morning. There isn't a parliamentary majority for anybody at the present time. Then, after midnight, Downing Street responded, saying: 'The Prime Minister has tonight spoken with the DUP to discuss finalising a confidence and supply deal when Parliament returns next week. Lire la suite »

British parties all gain if they share Brexit pain


The moves buy May a temporary reprieve. Fallon said it would not be a formal coalition, but that the DUP's 10 MPs would support the government "on the big things" - such as the budget, defence issues and Brexit . On Brexit, Mr Corbyn said he wants a "jobs-first Brexit" negotiated as quickly as possible along with guaranteeing the post-Brexit rights of European Union nationals living in the UK. Lire la suite »

Qatar starts shipping cargo through Oman to bypass Gulf rift

In a sign Gulf states were seeking to lessen the human impact of their June 5 severing of ties, Saudi Arabia , Bahrain and the UAE said on Sunday they had set up hotlines to help families with Qatari members, without elaborating. U.S. President Donald Trump has said he backs the move against Qatar, although other U.S. officials, including Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, have sought to ease the tensions. Lire la suite »

May to face Tory backbenchers following disastrous election result

Mrs May brought former justice secretary Michael Gove in from the cold as environment secretary less than a year after she sacked him, a move which will be seen as an attempt to head off any challenge from the Brexiteer wing of the party. One of those ousted by the voters was Gavin Barwell, who lost his Croydon Central seat. He is now Chief of Staff. The Prime Minister acknowledge the social care policy - which initially did not include a cap on what people would pay for their care - was an ... Lire la suite »

Le parti d'Emmanuel Macron fortement en avance — Législatives en France

Pour la première fois depuis près de 60 ans, l'abstention dépasserait la barre des 50% au premier tour des législatives . En 2002, 35,6 % des électeurs ne s'étaient pas déplacé pour aller voter. Pour ces nouveaux élus, le défi consiste à " ne pas se contenter d'être à l'Assemblée nationale les "godillots" du renouveau", explique François Ernenwein dans La Croix . Lire la suite »

Embattled Theresa May names new Cabinet as critics circle


The DUP has agreed to the principles of a proposal to back the Tories on a " confidence and supply basis", Downing Street says. That projection may need to be revised: The EU's interest lies in making the Brexit so painful that other countries will not follow Great Britain's course, and a weak government in London could be forced to accept unfavorable terms. Lire la suite »

Canada's central bank cautious despite economic upswing


Analysts said these and other comments suggest the central bank is beginning to assess when, not if, the bank might introduce its first rate increase in almost seven years. While many economists had expected the bank to begin raising rates in 2018, markets were pricing in 43.6 percent odds of a hike by the end of 2017 following Wilkins' speech. Lire la suite »

Puerto Ricans vote in favour of being 51st US state

An island-wide referendum on Sunday favored statehood in a 97 percent landslide, though voter turnout reached just 23 percent as opponents of Governor Ricardo Rossello's push to become a state boycotted the vote. Becoming a state would give Puerto Rico more say in Congress and more money for the USA government. The question of status is "fundamental" to breaking free from economic turmoil, said Christian Sobrino, chief economic advisor to the government. Lire la suite »

Résultats législatives: En Marche largement en tête

Quant au Front national , un mois après son score record au second tour de la présidentielle, il obtiendrait seulement 1 à 10 sièges, contre 2 lors de la précédente législature. "Les électeurs ont le sentiment que les jeux sont faits après la présidentielle, et se disent +à quoi bon aller voter+", selon Frédéric Dabi, directeur adjoint de l'institut de sondage Ifop. Lire la suite »

Qatar Airways appelle l'OACI à intervenir contre le "blocus" — Crise du Golfe

Les trois pays du Golfe ont également fermé leurs frontières terrestres et maritimes avec le petit émirat et lui ont imposé de sévères restrictions aériennes. Donald Trump savait-il que le Qatar abritait sur son sol la base militaire d'Al-Udeid près de Doha et que les Etats-Unis en avait fait le quartier général de la coalition anti-Daech, avec la présence sur place en permanence de 10.000 hommes? DUBAÏ, Émirats arabes unis - Les pays arabes qui ont cessé toute collaboration avec le Qatar ... Lire la suite »

LGBTI charity Stonewall condemns Tory partnership with anti-gay party


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. Labour won 262 seats in the General Election , up from the 232 secured by Ed Miliband in 2015, but the Conservatives remain the largest party in Parliament. Lire la suite »

Mexico draw with United States, maintain lead at top of qualifying group


As the match wore on, Hector Herrera and Jonathan Dos Santos did a better job of circulating the ball to wide areas quickly. However, the momentum built by the USMNT since firing Jurgen Klinsmann and replacing him with steady hand Bruce Arena could be on the line on Sunday, as the red-white-and-blue travels to its personal nightmare to face off with El Tri at Estadio Azteca. Lire la suite »

Johnson denies plot to topple May


May's office was forced to backtrack late Saturday after announcing that an outline deal had been agreed with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to form a government, admitting that talks were still ongoing. The Scottish Conservatives leader, Ruth Davidson, is engaged to her same-sex partner, Jen Wilson, and wants to get married in her local church. In an article in the Belfast Telegraph, Foster listed three priorities, including getting Northern Ireland's devolved ... Lire la suite »

Reality Winner, 25, Charged with Leaking Russian Hacking Secrets to News Media


Reality Leigh Winner, 25, has been charged with sending the news media a classified government report about Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Victor served in the Air Force from December 2010 to 2016, leaving as a senior airman who was a cryptologic language analyst. Winner's stepfather, Gary Davis, described his stepdaughter as very involved with animal rescue and service groups. Lire la suite »

Macron a voté au Touquet, suivi par une foule de curieux — Législatives

La vague en faveur du parti d'Emmanuel Macron restera à confirmer dimanche prochain, à l'occasion du second tour. Les Français sont appelés à voter ce dimanche pour renouveler l'Assemblée nationale. Le plan d'Emmanuel Macron continue de se dérouler comme prévu... par Emmanuel Macron. Si ces chiffres étaient confirmés, il s'agirait d'un record sous la cinquième République. Lire la suite »

LawBreakers launches August 8


Last month, it was confirmed the title will run at 60 frames per second on both PS4 or PS4 Pro . Bleszinski and studio Boss Key clearly hope the lower price point will give LawBreakers a fighting chance alongside a game like Overwatch . Lire la suite »

Duchess of Cambridge visits London Bridge attack victims

She asked members of staff about their roles and was reported to have commended: "Well done". "We are not used to so many females being injured". "But to have six women who were stabbed, multiple times - it was just the amount of people - that was upsetting". Lire la suite »

Election 2017: DUP agrees 'confidence' deal with Tories

And almost 24 hours after polls closed across the country, Labour finally took the central London seat of Kensington after three recounts, meaning the final tally remained at 318 seats for the Conservatives and 262 for Labour. It is about the people of Northern Ireland being afforded the same rights as everybody else. But it is also deeply anxious that splitting from the European Union will mean a return to a hard border across Ireland that could create economic and even political problems. Lire la suite »

May Links With DUP To Govern, Will Press Ahead With Brexit

It's not clear whether the relationship will now become more public, delegations walking up Downing Street, or whether they'll keep their bartering behind closed doors. A " confidence and supply " arrangement is a far looser deal than a formal coalition or pact. Confidence and supply arrangements mean that the DUP will back the government if a vote of no confidence is held, and in cases of "supply" - effectively backing the government's budgets. Lire la suite »

Sinn Féin hits out at DUP's 'confidence and supply' deal with Tories

With the backing of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party , May, though, will remain as Prime Minister. Katie Perrior, May's former director of communications, who quit when the snap election was called, has attacked the prime minister's governing style, and her joint chiefs of staff, Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy. Lire la suite »

How would the Tories trigger a leadership contest against Theresa May?


The programe was supposed to be announced in the Queen's Speech next week, but, according to the BBC, that could now be postponed as May scrambles to form a deal with the DUP. The most surprising addition to the Cabinet was former leadership challenger Michael Gove, who has returned as environment secretary. Mrs May signalled that she still meant to serve a full term. Lire la suite »

Infiltration bid foiled, 14 ultras killed in 96 hrs


Hundreds of security forces, wearing bullet proof jackets and holding automatic weapons are engaged in these operations from different directions, they said, adding the operation was stopped during the night to avoid any casualty. The BSF said intermittent firing continued "for almost two hours". With the killing of six militants in Uri sector yesterday and one in Gurez today, the Army has foiled eight infiltration attempts in less than a fortnight in north Kashmir. Lire la suite »