Britain's new PM May gives big role to Johnson in Brexit cabinet

Britain's new PM May gives big role to Johnson in Brexit cabinet

David Cameron has made his final appearance in parliament as Britain's leader, turning the normally raucous prime minister's questions session into a time for praise, thanks, gentle ribbing and cheers. It must have been a confusing day at 10 Downing Street for Larry the Cat, " The Chief Mouser " of the official residence of the British prime minister .

Britain's new top diplomat is gaffe-prone, pro-Brexit Boris Johnson

George Osborne, Chancellor of the Exchequer in David Cameron's cabinet has resigned from the government, in what was the first shock as new Prime Minister Theresa May started the task of appointing her own front bench team. But he accused May of putting a desire to unite her deeply divided Conservative party ahead of concerns about Britain's future. In Boris Johnson, Britain has appointed a liar with his back against the wall as its new Foreign Secretary at a time when somebody ...

New UK Prime Minister And Political Party Battles

New UK Prime Minister And Political Party Battles

Britain's new Prime Minister Theresa May has maintained that she intends to lead the country out of the European Union, though she also asked EU leaders for time to prepare that path. "As I once said, I was the future, once ", he said.He urged his successor, "a brilliant negotiator", to "try to be as close to the European Union as we can be, for the benefits of trade, of co-operation and of security".

Turkish military coup fails

He also said many commanders were taken to "unknown locations". While the military forces use tanks throughout the capital of Ankara a lot of the carnage is being caused by helicopters. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said he had called Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu to express his government's "absolute support for Turkey's democratically-elected, civilian government and democratic institutions".

French Officials Identify Truck Driver Behind Bastille Day Massacre

But while a history of threats, violence and theft had brought him to the attention of police, Bouhlel, a 31-year-old Nice resident born in Tunisia, was not French intelligence services' list of suspected militants. Neighbours said Bouhlel had not lived there for three years. "It was shooting, shooting". A neighbor the channel identified as Jasmine said Bouhlel was "rude and a bit weird" and had his hair cut like the famous actor.

Sanders: Clinton should be next president

Even after the joint event, where Clinton and Sanders declared war on Donald Trump and praised each others' political careers and policies, some voters who supported Sanders during the Democratic primary simply said this about Clinton : "Never Hillary ".