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November 23, 2018 1:57 AM Steve Bannon plotting to drive a ‘STAKE through the VAMPIRE’ of the EU with election plan

STEVE BANNON has admitted he is trying to turn next year’s European Parliament elections into a ”referendum on the EU” as he backs populist groups throughout the continent. The mastermind behind Trump’s presidential campaign explained he believed there will be chaos as right-wing and populist groups continue to rise throughout the EU. He said: “It will be like the intensity 72

November 6, 2018 5:51 PM Midterm elections: Facebook removes 115 suspicious accounts as US voters head to the polls

FACEBOOK says it has removed 115 accounts from the site and Instagram for suspected "co-ordinated inauthentic behaviour" as voting begins in the US midterm elections. He added: "Our very early-stage investigation has so far identified around 30 Facebook accounts and 85 Instagram accounts that may be engaged in co-ordinated inauthentic behaviour 69

November 6, 2018 5:41 PM Midterm elections: Do you have to vote for your party? Can a Democrat vote Republican?

MIDTERM elections are currently underway as voters across the USA are taking to the polls. But do you have to vote for your party or can a Democrat vote Republican? The House of Representatives is the lower chamber of Congress, while the Senate is the upper chamber. Smaller states like Delaware and Vermont will only have one representative, but bigger 54

November 6, 2018 8:20 AM Republican party: What happens if Republicans win House or Senate in midterm elections?

US CITIZENS take to the polls today to vote in the midterm elections. What happens if Republicans win the House or Senate in the midterms? The US midterm elections occur every two years, in the middle of a President’s term. There are two elements to votes today, the election of members of the House of Representatives and the election of members of the Senate 76

November 5, 2018 2:47 PM Trump news: Will Donald Trump be reelected as President in 2020?

DONALD Trump is facing an uncertain future as voters will take to the polls on Tuesday to cast their judgement halfway through his presidency. But will Donald Trump be reelected as President in 2020? President Trump may also not be successful in his next presidency bid due to split opinions over his personality. This was the same percentage that John McCain 72

October 17, 2018 2:46 AM 'Trump from Pahrump': Most famous US pimp found dead

Dennis Hof ran five brothels and was running as a Republican for state elections in November - supported by Trump allies. Dennis Hof was found dead by porn star Ron Jeremy and a friend who went to wake him for a meeting on Tuesday, hours after his weekend-long 72nd birthday party, his campaign manager Chuck Muth said on Twitter. He appeared to have died in his sleep 86

September 25, 2018 8:40 AM Jeremy Corbyn would be 'incompetent' Brexit negotiator, Sky Data poll finds

A Sky Data poll finds low ratings for the Labour leader, as delegates in Liverpool prepare to vote on backing a second referendum. A Sky Data poll found 22% of people thought the Labour leader would be competent to negotiate Brexit, compared to 71% who thought he would be incompetent. The figure was slightly more positive for Labour when asked if the party 65

September 11, 2018 12:15 PM MACRON’S NIGHTMARE: French leader’s popularity at home tumbles to NEW LOW

FRENCH President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity has hit a new low following his controversial plans to overhaul the welfare state and failure to make good on a promise to bring higher ethical standards to politics. The young leader’s tactless handling of a scandal involving his top bodyguard also dented his credibility with voters, throwing into doubt 58

September 4, 2018 2:57 PM Public 'ready for change' as UK economy is 'unfair' and 'not working', poll reveals

A Sky Data poll suggests most people want an increase in the minimum wage, new company taxes and more regulation for web giants. Two in three (67%) think the economy works badly for young people, while 53% believe it works badly for people outside the south, a Sky Data poll commissioned by IPPR has found. Seven in ten (70%) say the economy does not work for people 50

September 3, 2018 7:11 AM Parents make children fatter by cramming their lunchboxes with sugar

Parents are making children fatter by cramming their lunchboxes with more than a whole day's worth of sugar Parents are making children fatter by packing their lunchboxes with sugary foods, new research reveals. Fewer than a third of parents think making their child's lunch healthy is the top priority and three quarters even admit to feeling guilty about 83