World


May makes poll pledge to clamp down on immigration

Mrs May denied suggestions that policies such as an energy price cap, a commitment to spend 0.7pc of GDP on global aid and new rights for workers represented a move away from the Conservatism of Mrs Thatcher. As the Lib Dems, whose campaign centres on a call for a second referendum, struggle to make progress in the polls , and Labour lags behind the Conservatives, the Tories are stressing the potentially disastrous consequences of failure in the Brexit talks.



Meghan Markle attends Pippa Middleton's wedding reception as Prince Harry's date

The couple was engaged just shy of two years long. There is speculation Harry will bring his American girlfriend, actress Meghan Markle. The bride arrived with her father Michael in a Jaguar Mark V open-top auto, wearing a high-necked, capped-sleeved dress with a corseted bodice and sweeping skirt, worn with a veil by milliner Stephen Jones.



Kushner Companies apologizes for name dropping Jared during China investors pitch

The Kushner family has apologized for bringing up its connection to the Trump administration while hawking real estate investments to Chinese businesspeople looking for US visas. Kushner's lawyer claims that Kushner has personally divested from the One Journal Square project, although of course his family has not. Though the foreign investor immigration program has become a source for cheap real estate financing for projects like the Kushner family's, questions about its fairness and ...



Iran`s President Rouhani Wins Second Term of Election

As Rouhani appeared close to victory, some female drivers held out the V for victory sign and flashed their vehicle lights on highways in Tehran's affluent north. He appealed primarily to poor and deeply religious Iranians, many of whom felt left out of Mr. Rouhani's vision for the future. Syrian President Bashar Assad is one of the first world leaders to congratulate President Rouhani on his re-election.


Polls show UK's Conservatives losing ground as policies set out

Polls show UK's Conservatives losing ground as policies set out

But he insisted that a better deal for pensioners must not come at the expense of the "left-behind generation" of younger people, but should be funded through higher taxes on top earners and big business. One supporter shouted "get them out" and "evil scum" when the Tories were mentioned. "But young people are being offered no hope by the Tories either - loaded up with tuition fee debts and next to no chance of [owning] a home of their own", said Corbyn, a veteran social and political ...



New French President Announces His 1st Government

The En Marche movement has been canvassing candidates for the poll as it tries to replicate its electoral success after its leader Emmanuel Macron won the presidency this month. The former education minister, now mayor of Pau, gave Macron a boost in the polls in February when he chose to join the former banker's ranks, sealing an alliance.