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May to campaign in the north-east as she targets Labour's 'deserted' voters

According to recent polls quoted by leading United Kingdom papers, the Conservative party is leading with support at around 46.5 percent, while Labour is polling at just above 29 percent on average. He said: "Waiting to see which way the wind blows in Washington isn't strong leadership. And pandering to an erratic Trump administration will not deliver stability".



Russian Foreign Minister Mocks American Reporter For Asking About Comey Firing

Also attending was Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the USA who is at the center of numerous Trump administration's early Russia-related woes. The session didn't appear on the President's schedule earlier in the day, and members of the media were scrambled at the last minute to shoot a photo-op of the session.


Trump contradicts official White House line on Comey firing

Trump contradicts official White House line on Comey firing

TRUMP: Oh, I was going to fire regardless of recommendation. On Thursday, he practically bragged about his authority to do so, presenting Congress and the judicial system with its first true test-pushing the bounds of his authoritarianism into unchartered, and potentially impeachable, territory.



UK hospitals report tech problems in possible cyberattack

The attack appeared to exploit a vulnerability purportedly identified for use by the US National Security Agency and later leaked to the internet. Microsoft has released fixes for vulnerabilities and related tools disclosed by TheShadowBrokers, a mysterious group that has repeatedly published alleged NSA software code.



Pentagon: Trump's Military Aid To Kurds Will Be 'Closely Monitored'

Military aid to Kurdish elements fighting the Islamic State will be "closely monitored" and won't include anti-air weapons, according to the Pentagon Thursday. John Dorrian. "The secretary reiterated USA commitment to protecting our North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally", read a State Department statement .


UK's Labour Party Backs Rights for EU Citizens in Brexit Deal

UK's Labour Party Backs Rights for EU Citizens in Brexit Deal

He also criticised Theresa May for saying that no deal is better than a bad deal, adding that it was "shameful" that the Prime Minister had resisted Labour's attempts to resolve the UK's migration policies for European Union nationals. Her visit is timely, with Labour on the back foot over its plans for Brexit and an opinion poll suggesting her Conservatives are on track to win a majority of parliamentary seats in Wales for the first time in more than 100 years.