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GE2017: May tries to revive Tory campaign with Brexit push

GE2017: May tries to revive Tory campaign with Brexit push

The Prime Minister was understood to be catching up on government business as Amber Rudd was sent out to represent the Tories in the BBC debate. In a wide ranging interview, Mr Corbyn said the NHS "is very close to collapse" and could become "a health service of last resort". Mr Nuttall, answering a question on immigration, said current levels were "unsustainable" and that UKIP would take action to bring the numbers coming into the country under control.


Border-crossing flying vehicles were balloons carrying anti-Seoul flyers

Border-crossing flying vehicles were balloons carrying anti-Seoul flyers

But defence ministry spokesman Moon Sang-Gyun said the object on Tuesday had been spherical, not cylindrical like activists' balloons. Amid growing tensions in the Korean peninsula over North Korea's continued missile tests, the deployment of a US missile defense system in South Korea is seen as a critical part of efforts to lessen North Korea's leverage from asymmetric weapons, a top American military commander in Seoul said Thursday.


Trump says Paris climate accord decision coming Thursday

Trump says Paris climate accord decision coming Thursday

Asked about Musk's tweet Wednesday , press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters to wait to see what the president does. While supporters of the agreement hope to curb the damage caused to the climate by greenhouse gases, opponents in the United States argue the deal stifles American economic independence and gives competitors an advantage in the global economy.



Trump plans to announce decision on climate change accord

Earlier this month, the mayor and the city of Chicago created a website called "Climate Change is Real", which reposted climate change information that the White House reportedly erased from government websites, according to the Emanuel administration.



White House Blasts 'Fake News,' Won't Answer Questions on Jared Kushner

U.S. President Donald Trump lashes out against the media over coverage of the Russian Federation probe and questions about his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner . Cohen is one of several Trump associates under scrutiny in a Federal Bureau of Investigation examination of contacts between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation, according to the New York Times .