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Merkel visits Trump - so will she envy Macron's bromance?

Tensions over trade, Iran and Nato cloud Chancellor Merkel's Washington talks with President Trump.


    Microsoft Rides Cloud Strength, Signals More to Come

    Microsoft extended its streak of wins in the latest quarter as it moves into an era where its Windows franchise plays a supporting role to its burgeoning cloud-computing operations.


      Comey says he'd still be at FBI had Trump not fired him

      Former FBI Director James Comey told Fox News' "Special Report" Thursday evening that he would still be in charge of the bureau had President Trump not fired him this past May.


        Comey denies release of memo contents was a 'leak,' addresses Dem-funded dossier in Fox News interview

        Former FBI Director James Comey, in a wide-ranging interview with Fox News on Thursday, defended sharing his memos about conversations with President Trump with multiple people, while denying it was a “leak.”


          Venezuela and Panama resolve rocky diplomatic feud

          President Nicolas Maduro says Venezuela and Panama are restoring diplomatic and business ties cut during heightened tensions just weeks earlier.

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            Campaigners for Brexit deal referendum promise 'biggest ever pro-EU march' as hopes grow for fresh public vote

            Supporters of a further vote urged to 'make such a noise about it that is so loud it will be impossible to ignore'


              Rail franchising is 'broken' say MPs

              The franchise involving Southern 'has been a multi-faceted shambles causing untold misery for passengers,' says Public Accounts Committee chair

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                Sugar tax revolt: Meet the Ribena stockpilers

                Some people hate the new Ribena so much, they've started to stockpile the last "classic" bottles.


                  UK consumer confidence 'stuck in doldrums', says survey

                  GfK's main index fell back to -9 in the month, down from -7 in March

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                    Rail passengers suffer 'misery', say MPs

                    Public Accounts Committee says people are paying for a franchising model that doesn't work.


                      Greenpeace investigation claims palm oil supplier to major brands behind further deforestation

                      A supplier of palm oil with links to major brands including Unilever, Nestle, PepsiCo and Mars, has been destroying rainforests in a protected area of Papua, Indonesia, a Greenpeace investigation claims.


                        Government's mishandling of Southern rail and East Coast indicative of 'broken model of franchising'

                        The Government has been slammed by an influential committee of MPs over its “completely inadequate” handling of two major rail franchises amid fears it could be indicative of the “broken” privatised system.


                          Web underdog signs football’s elite to take on TV giants

                          From hard tackles on the pitch to cruel chants in the stands, football teams are famous for their close-fought rivalries and competitive nature.


                            Debt levels for pensioners keep rising as shock bills see more and more put on credit cards

                            Rising bills are forcing pensioners to get into expensive short term debt in ever greater numbers

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