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George Osborne faces grilling from grassroots Tories after becoming Evening Standard editor

George Osborne faces grilling from grassroots Tories after becoming Evening Standard editor

SNP MP Tommy Sheppard, who sits on the committee, told the Sunday Telegraph that there was "broad agreement" that a second job "must be something that demonstrably doesn't prevent you doing your first job as an MP". But the creator of the petition, now signed by more than 140,000 people, disagrees, and wrote "no other full-time job would let you just work afternoons" and that as MP for Tatton in Cheshire, "helping someone in need or providing vital support to struggling families...


USA officials warn that North Korea will test another missile soon

USA officials warn that North Korea will test another missile soon

The report says the US has seen evidence Pyongyang has finished digging new tunnels around the Punggye-ri nuclear test site, but it would still have to bring more equipment into the area for a test. Its impact could have far-reaching consequences on the relationships with Russian Federation and the West, as well as between Iran and global players.


No credible sightings of TN teen and teacher

No credible sightings of TN teen and teacher

Cummins was sacked after he allegedly kissed the freshman. Cummins was recently suspended from his teaching job for inappropriate contact with the teen. "Please do the right thing, turn yourself into police and bring yourself home", Cummins wife, Jill, pleaded Friday. "I had no idea my husband was involved with anything that has led to all this".


M-103: MPs pass motion to condemn Islamophobia

M-103: MPs pass motion to condemn Islamophobia

The Independent suggests this would result in data collection on hate crimes and increased scrutiny around communities considered especially at risk for instances of Islamophobia. The Liberals defeated it, contending that it was aimed at watering down Khalid's motion. Critics feared singling out Islam and not other religions - Jews, Sikhs and Hindus for example - was itself discriminatory and the word "Islamophobia" was not defined and that could lead to a negative impact on free speech, ...


Nikki Haley on North Korea talks: U.S. has 'been there, done that'

Nikki Haley on North Korea talks: U.S. has 'been there, done that'

Haley's comments about the Kremlin followed the Justice Department's announcement. "That is un-American. It is not good", Haley said prior to a judge's ruling Wednesday. "We should never trust Russia", Haley told NBC News . Haley's comments take a tougher stance than that of President Trump , who's remained resistant when questions are raised about Vladimir Putin's country, even after USA intel confirmed that Russian hackers were behind 2016 election interference and the Yahoo hack.