LONDON (Reuters) - British interior minister Amber Rudd said she had no plans to resign after giving contradictory statements about meeting targets for deportations, deepening a scandal over Britain's treatment of Caribbean immigrants.
As market volatility rages on as the new normal in 2018, political news will continue to impact shareholder actions and perceptions. It's pertinent for investors to bear in mind the role politics can play in one’s portfolio to prevent partisan views or
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In a CNN town hall on Wednesday night, host Anderson Cooper grilled former FBI Director James Comey over his release of memos he wrote about his interactions with President Donald Trump.
Trump has repeatedly referred to Comey as
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Amber Rudd suggests her government could perform a U-turn and keep Britain in the customs union.
The Home Secretary refused to confirm Theresa May's current policy of leaving the customs union.
Rudd is already under pressure to
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Everyone seems to have an opinion about Kanye West's recent pro-Trump and Make America Great Again comments on Twitter.
John Legend weighed in on Wednesday night.
"I love that great, brilliant artists have the
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‘Michael represented me like with this crazy Stormy Daniels deal’President contradicts previous assertion in Fox & Friends interviewDonald Trump admitted on Thursday that lawyer Michael Cohen represented him in the “crazy Stormy Daniels deal”
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Jackson: ‘These false allegations have become a distraction’Jackson accused of mishandling drugs and crashing car while drunkThe White House doctor Ronny Jackson has withdrawn as Donald Trump’s nominee for secretary of veterans affairs following a s
Dr. Ronny Jackson, the embattled nominee for secretary of Veterans Affairs, withdrew his name from consideration on Thursday, saying the “false allegations” against him have become a “distraction” for President Trump.