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  • ‘Utter NINCOMPOOP’ Alex Salmond attacks Donald Trump over second Scottish indyref remarks

    August 2, 2017 11:13 PM 9

    FORMER First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond has called Donald Trump “a complete and utter nincompoop” over comments the US President made about a second Scottish independence vote. President Trump had earlier issue a blow to Nicola Sturgeon and Mr Salmon as declared Scottish independence would be “terrible” for Scotland. President Trump said Scotland

  • Moment Corbyn CONGRATULATED Venezuela's Maduro

    August 2, 2017 10:40 AM 34

    THIS is the moment Jeremy Corbyn congratulated Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro as calls grow for the Labour leader to condemn the brutal government crackdown on opposition leaders. The Labour leader said: “It’s a very sad time as he passed away last week. “He was a leader in the fight against the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and also a leader in the struggle

  • Shock claim! Macron and Merkel lobbying for post-Brexit travel HAVOC, warns Ryanair boss

    August 2, 2017 7:36 AM 6

    THE BOSS of Ryanair Michael O'Leary warned the UK Government that France and Germany are trying to stop British companies from flying to and from Europe after Brexit. The CEO of the budget Irish airline is due to meet with transport secretary Chris Grayling to discuss the future of Open Skies. Brexit will be firmly on the agenda, as the March 2019 date marks

  • Rex Tillerson Concedes Russia Ties Are Sour

    August 1, 2017 11:17 PM 8

    (WASHINGTON) — The top American diplomat put the onus on Russia Tuesday to take steps to repair flagging relations with the United States, even as he conceded that congressional sanctions would pose a new obstacle. Holding out hope for warmer ties, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said he'd meet with his Russian counterpart within days. — Revealed the U.S. is looking

  • Moscow court shooting: Three killed as defendants attack officers

    August 1, 2017 2:02 PM 6

    Three defendants have been killed in a court in the Russian capital, Moscow, after they tried to take the arms from security officers, officials say. The incident happened as five suspected gang members attacked the agents who were escorting them in a lift to a court hearing, the Interior Ministry said. Three were killed when trying to escape. The two others

  • 21 EU states compete to host London-based agencies after Brexit

    August 1, 2017 11:26 AM 9

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - All but six European Union states are bidding to host one or both the London-based EU agencies that will be relocated after Brexit, setting up a competition that could easily escalate into a squabble. Races for the jobs and prestige associated with hosting EU agencies often become heated, but this diplomatic contest risks weakening

  • GERMANY V TURKEY: Berlin demands EU ends trade talks as it sends ‘wrong signal’

    August 1, 2017 9:32 AM 8

    GERMANY is begging the European Union to suspend crucial talks with Turkey about modernising the customs union in a bid to punish the nation. The German government wants the European Commission to suspend preparatory work on negotiations with Turkey about modernising the EU-Turkey Customs Union because it would send the "wrong signal”. Tensions are high between

  • You are EUROPEAN! Macron blasted by EU chief for putting France's interests ahead of bloc

    August 1, 2017 6:52 AM 7

    FRACTURED relations between European nations have begun widening this week as a row between Italy and France ruptures the “united front”. Italy was left reeling when they were undermined by EU golden boy and new French president Emmanuel Macron. Mr Macron was expected to get onboard with all things Brussels - but has begun carving his own path around

  • New White House Chief of Staff Kelly flexes muscle on first day; Scaramucci fired

    July 31, 2017 11:15 PM 9

    President Trump fired communications director Anthony Scaramucci on Monday at the urging of new White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly, a clear sign that the retired Marine general is being empowered to manage what has been an unwieldy West Wing operation. Kelly demanded Scaramucci’s departure after he attacked former White House chief of staff Reince

  • US responds to N. Korea missile test with show of force

    July 30, 2017 10:55 PM 11

    North Korea said Sunday its latest ICBM launch was a "warning" over efforts to slap sanctions on the hermit state, as the US carried out a successful test of its missile defense system in a pointed show of force. A bilateral mission led by US strategic bombers on Saturday flew over the Korean Peninsula in a direct response to the North's launch of an intercontinental