Defiant Theresa May vows to stay on despite United Kingdom election blow

Defiant Theresa May vows to stay on despite United Kingdom election blow

The critical damage Theresa May wreaked on her chances of winning the election during a disastrous campaign has been laid bare in a poll published by a senior Conservative donor. But May vowed to "fulfil the promise of Brexit", in a statement outside her Downing Street office after seeking permission from the head of state Queen Elizabeth II to form a new government.

Tory deal may breach Good Friday pact

Michelle O'Neill, Republican party Sinn Fein's leader in Northern Ireland , said she planned to tell May that "any deal between the Tories and the DUP can not be allowed to undermine the Good Friday and subsequent agreements". DUP leader Arlene Foster and deputy leader Nigel Dodds arriving at 10 Downing Street for talks. "These are the priority issues for us". The head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service, Sir Malcolm McKibbin, has already taken on responsibility for moderating ...

Were fire barriers installed in London tower?

You've seen the news over the last few days, why don't you answer my question? There were worries about exposed gas pipes in recent weeks, and also concerns about rubbish posing a fire risk and the placement of boilers and heaters. Mr Healey said this review had "not been started". At some point, a "flash-over" happens, with "everything" in or connected to a building either burning or subjected to high temperatures, he said.

Doctor says Scalise recovery a good possibility

Hodgkinson's apparent Facebook page included strong criticism of Republicans and the Trump administration. When Dine helmed the Capitol Police, what struck him about Griner was that every time he saw her she was always "focused and intense and prepared and just exemplified the utmost in professionalism".

Trump confirms he is under investigation

Dick Durbin said Friday that President Donald Trump will put the country at the "brink of a constitutional crisis" if he fires special counsel Robert Mueller . A White House official said Friday's tweetstorm is a sign Trump is "taking matters into his own hands" - the latest example of how he thinks he is the best person to deliver his message.