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Trump welcomes Romanian president to White House

Trump welcomes Romanian president to White House

Facing reporters, however, Trump is likely to get questions about James Comey , whom he accused of "many false statements and lies" the day after the ousted Federal Bureau of Investigation director gave highly critical testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.


All Blacks name bolters in squad to face Lions

All Blacks name bolters in squad to face Lions

Warren Gatland has claimed that he doesn't see losses in these games as something to get too concerned about. "So at this point we're reasonably happy with where we are on injuries". Hansen said: "This was the hardest squad we have ever had to pick, there were some really tough decisions because there are some guys who are in great form who have missed out".



Scottish Independence dream fades as Salmond & Robertson crash out of Commons

Sturgeon went on to point out that the SNP is still likely to remain Britain's third biggest party in the House of Commons and hinted that Labour could rely on its support. "I'm disappointed that we have lost so many fine parliamentary colleagues, I think one thing the polls did not detect at all was a late recovery in Labour Party fortune based on the admiration of a lot of people for the performance of Jeremy Corbyn during this General Election campaign".



John McCain's Questioning Tops Twitter During Comey Testimony

Thursday's open session provided no new information about what the Russians did and certainly not about what Trump associates may have done. He also said that he had not requested Mr Comey's "loyalty", as claimed by Mr Comey . "Did the president at any time ask you to stop the FBI investigation into the Russian involvement in the 2016 US elections?" Apparently, that part of Comey's testimony was believable.


In Defeat For Theresa May, Conservatives Lose Majority In UK Parliament

In Defeat For Theresa May, Conservatives Lose Majority In UK Parliament

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall faced humiliation in Boston & Skegness, where he came in a distant third, and the eurosceptic party lost its only Westminster seat in Clacton. The EU side has long said it doesn't matter how Britain voted because it has set its own negotiation position although it may now need to prepare for a different approach.



United Kingdom elections: Setback for Theresa May as exit polls indicate hung parliament

As the June 8 poll ended in a hung parliament , with no party holding an absolute majority in the House of Commons, Mrs May pledged the Tories would offer "stability" as the largest party with the most votes. But former business minister Vince Cable won his back, and party leader Tim Farron held on. He added: "There are so many variables in play that the pound could even rise in the days ahead as the likelihood of a soft and more palatable Brexit increases".