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Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown says sexual misconduct allegations are 'categorically untrue'

Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown says sexual misconduct allegations are 'categorically untrue'

He did not accept that advice", read the statement. For this reason, after consulting with caucus, friends and family I have chose to step down as Leader of the Ontario PC Party. "Since our view is that this advice was in the best interest of the PC Part, we have therefore resigned our positions..." Shortly after, Ontario PC Party Press Secretary Nick Bergamini tweeted that he would also resign amid the allegations.


Trump says fighting back isn't obstruction

Trump says fighting back isn't obstruction

He says the Mueller interview could come in "two or three weeks". US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been questioned as part of the investigation into alleged collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election .


White House officials say President Trump has signed bill to reopen government

White House officials say President Trump has signed bill to reopen government

Republican attacks on Schumer's decision to couple a stopgap spending bill with immigration were "no doubt causing heartburn with some Democrats", said Jim Manley, once a top aide to former Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. As a citizen, Donald Trump criticized President Barack Obama during the 2013 government shutdown for failing to "lead" and getting everyone in the room.


Shah Rukh Khan receives WEF's 24th Crystal Award

Shah Rukh Khan receives WEF's 24th Crystal Award

The actor/producer/superstar is also a humanitarian; a philanthropist if you may and he was recently honoured at the World Economic Forum 2018 in Davos where he was awarded the Crystal Award for his contribution towards society. The actor was at his usual charming and self deprecating, when he talked about how his initiative has been working for the welfare of women and children.


European Union envoy calls on China to release Hong Kong bookseller

European Union envoy calls on China to release Hong Kong bookseller

He became a symbol of the Chinese government's determination to smother criticism from overseas when he was one of five Hong Kong booksellers who disappeared in 2015, and then resurfaced in China in police custody. He was held in Chinese custody for two years and was released last October having served his sentence. If it were Chinese officials doing the harassing, they would be clearly violating Canadian laws for foreign agent registration.