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DUP warns Government confidence and supply deal is 'certainly not imminent'

A source said the talks "haven't proceeded in a way that the DUP would have expected" and urged the government to give "greater focus" to the negotiations. "It's time for the Conservatives to come clean and tell us: Is no deal better than a bad deal?" "The talks have so far been positive". The queen will read a speech written by the prime minister and her staff. Lire la suite »

Spicer hasn't talked Russia meddling with Trump


We've been meeting with potential people that may be of service to this administration. "Here in the Senate, on a bipartisan basis, we passed strong sanctions against Russian Federation by a vote of 98 to 2 last week and I think that shows that Republicans and Democrats have come together to confront this threat". Lire la suite »

Jeremy Corbyn fails to bow for Queen then WINKS at colleague

The government plans to attract investment in infrastructure, with the intention of supporting economic growth. May had hoped to officially secure support from the Democratic Union Party (DUP) of Northern Ireland, whose 10 seats in Parliament would give her enough votes to push her legislative agenda through. Lire la suite »

Quatre ministres quittent le gouvernement — France


François Bayrou avait présenté la semaine dernière en Conseil des ministres le projet de loi de moralisation de la vie publique, fruit de l'alliance qu'il avait nouée en février en rejoignant Emmanuel Macron. Deux assistants FN ont déjà été inculpés par des juges parisiens. Un autre ministre, Richard Ferrand, un ex-socialiste proche fraîchement réélu député sous la bannière du parti présidentiel En Marche, a lui aussi été poussé vers la sortie après avoir longtemps résisté aux multiples ... Lire la suite »

Three trapped by collapsed crane in Crewe


The Bolton-based contractor started work on the site earlier this year and is now the process of clearing the former surface vehicle park for construction of the two-storey care home. Two fire engines and a major incident unit are also on the scene. The fire service was alerted to the incident shortly after 4.30pm on Wednesday. Lire la suite »

US Navy names sailors killed off Japan

The Coast Guard originally said the collision occurred at 2:20 a.m. because when the container ship reported the incident it at 2:25 a.m., it said the collision had just happened. Douglass' family described him as a beloved son, brother, grandson and friend who loved the U.S. Navy was was proud to be a part of the USS Fitzgerald crew. Lire la suite »

François Bayrou et Marielle de Sarnez quittent le gouvernement — France


Il a continué en faisant un parallèle historique avec la Seconde Guerre mondiale: "Nous ne pouvons pas vivre dans une société de perpétuelle dénonciation". Elle avait auparavant été élue à quatre reprises députée européenne. Le ministre de la Justice François Bayrou , allié clé du président Emmanuel Macron , a annoncé mercredi matin à l'AFP son départ du gouvernement. Lire la suite »

Belgium has identified station bomber: interior minister


Belgian media say the suspect was a 37-year-old man from the Molenbeek neighborhood, the home and transit point for numerous suspects linked to bloody attacks in Brussels and in Paris in November 2015. I went down and alerted my colleagues to evacuate everyone. "We have been able to identify him". "People were running away". The suspect was shot and later died from injuries. Lire la suite »

Jennifer Campeau stepping down as Saskatoon MLA


In 2011, Campeau was elected by 247 votes and 2016 by 182 votes. Premier Brad Wall says Campeau winning a hard seat twice for the Saskatchewan Party speaks to the job she has done and to the respect her constituents have for her. The provincial government has six months to call a byelection in the constituency. Campeau holds a Masters of Business Administration degree and was an instructor at the University of Saskatchewan before diving into politics. Lire la suite »

François Bayrou et De Sarnez quittent le gouvernement


Une source du MoDem a annoncé que Marielle de Sarnez, ministre des Affaires européennes , allait pour sa part désormais se consacrer à la présidence du groupe de son parti à l'Assemblée nationale. Dans l'après-midi, il a tenu une conférence de presse dans laquelle il revient sur les raisons qui l'ont amené à prendre cette décision . Le nouveau gouvernement devait être présenté "avant 18 heures", selon l'Elysée. Lire la suite »

DUP and Conservatives 'making progress' on deal

A briefing document issued alongside the speech said the government would intensify its consultations with businesses and other interested parties to "test and validate positions and to continue to build support from the business community as we move forward". Lire la suite »

8 structures burned in southern Arizona wildfire

Evacuations are still in place along Boyd Road, Apache Trail, Holbrook Drive, and Terry Road in Sonoita, according to the Arizona State Forestry's twitter. There were widespread power outages after the fire knocked down 25-30 electrical poles, SEFD said. The cause of the fire was not immediately clear, though there were lightning strikes in the area around the time of ignition. Lire la suite »

Pregnant Mother Shot Dead By Cops Whom She Called For Help

The dead woman was identified as 30-year-old Charleena Lyles by family members - who said she had four children and was expecting a fifth. Police say she then brandished a knife, prompting the fatal gunfire from officers. The officers ask her what has been taken and she begins to list certain items that are missing. A cousin of a mother who was shot and killed by Seattle po. Lire la suite »

Kushner visits family of officer murdered in Jerusalem attack


However the settler movement is also putting pressure on Netanyahu and on Monday (June 19) he said: "There was not and will not be a better government for settlement than our government". "The president is at the point of maximum leverage right now". "It's very hard for any party in the region to say no" to Trump, said Shapiro, now a visiting fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies in Tel Aviv. Lire la suite »

Number Of Global Refugees Hits Record High

Of the 65.6 million people forcibly displaced globally, 10.3 million became displaced previous year, about two-thirds of them (6.9 million) fleeing within their own countries. 5 million ). The fastest growing refugee population was spurred by the crisis in South Sudan . The country receiving the greatest number of requests for asylum for these children was Germany: 35,900. Lire la suite »

Phoenix flights canceled due to 'extreme heat'


Almost 50 flights have been canceled as temperatures exceed the airline's maximum operating temperature. The smaller jets can't operate when it's 118 degrees or higher. It gets so hot in Phoenix that stores put coverings over door handles so people don't burn their hands. The main burn center in Phoenix has issued a warning to people to be careful around auto interiors and pavement and with their pets. Lire la suite »

In Georgia, Handel reaches out to Democrats and thanks Trump

But while Republicans were facing a sobering reminder of their president's poor approval ratings, Handel steadied the ship in a district that only narrowly backed Trump in last November's vote. He had no message or reason to be elected, other than he was not Donald Trump . So it was with Tuesday night that the blame game started immediately after it was clear they had lost both seats, particularly the one in Georgia . Lire la suite »

"Nous n'avons jamais eu d'emplois fictifs" au MoDem — François Bayrou

Le gouvernement Philippe ne compte ainsi plus aucun ministre issu du MoDem dans ses rangs. "C'est une loi à laquelle je tiens beaucoup, à laquelle j'ai beaucoup donné, et il se trouve que j'accorde plus de prix au but à atteindre, à l'oeuvre que nous avons à construire, qu'à mon rôle personnel au titre, au privilège et au galon". Lire la suite »

Syria conflict: USA jet 'downs Iranian-made drone'


That attack marked the first to hit Iran, shocking its residents who believed the chaos engulfing the rest of the Middle East would not find them in the Shiite-majority nation. The conflict quickly descended into a civil war, which has since left at least 400,000 people dead. The Syrian government forces' march toward the Jordanian border comes two weeks after they reached the border with Iraq for the first time in years. Lire la suite »

US B-1 bombers fly near North Korea


The U.S. often sends powerful warplanes in times of heightened animosities with North Korea , and flew B-1B bombers several times this year as the North conducted a series of banned ballistic missile tests. Trump called Warmbier's death at the hands of North Korea a "disgrace", and took to Twitter on Tuesday to offer additional thoughts about China's role in reining in Pyongyang: "While I greatly appreciate the efforts of President Xi & China to help with North Korea , it has not worked ... Lire la suite »

Gouvernement Philippe: François Bayrou et Marielle de Sarnez annoncent leur démission

Agnès Callou par exemple, chargée de la communication du ministre de François Bayrou au ministère de la Justice, ou encore Géraldine Martiano-Lehideux, attachée de presse qui n'aurait "jamais effectué un travail en circonscription": "Plusieurs proches du parti disent ne pas être au courant des tâches directement liées au travail de ces deux parlementaires", affirme le quotidien. Lire la suite »

US Shoots Down Drone In Syria


The Iranian-made drone was downed Tuesday, just days after a US warplane shot down an Assad regime fighter jet in the country's north. The coalition statement said the location was close to where another "pro-regime" drone - which intelligence sources had also identified as Iranian - was shot down on June 8 after dropping bombs near coalition forces. Lire la suite »

Affaire MoDem : François Bayrou quitte à son tour le gouvernement

Après la démission de Sylvie Goulard , l'intégralité des ministres MoDem ont donc quitté le gouvernement. L'affaire des emplois fictifs du Modem . Le Premier ministre va donc devoir remplacer plusieurs ministres et nommer de nouveaux secrétaires d'Etat. Parmi les entrants, Nicole Belloubet et Florence Parly ont été des élus socialistes (avant de se retirer provisoirement de la vie politique ) de même que Stéphane Travert . Lire la suite »