Read article : The Waugh Zone Tuesday April 17, 2018
World

Armenian leaders face crunch talks after protests

An opposition leader will meet with the country's prime minister following nine days of protests.

Politics

NYT Reporter Hits Back At Trump, Says She Knows Who The 'Drunk/Drugged-Up Loser' Is

Maggie Haberman believes Trump is too intimidated by Roger Stone to talk about him that way.

World

Chemical weapons inspectors in Douma, Syria, gather samples from site, OPCW says

Chemical weapons inspectors reportedly visited the Syrian city of Douma to gather samples on Saturday following a suspected chemical attack in the area earlier this month.

United Kingdom

Organs wrongly taken out among 437 major NHS errors in 11 months

HOSPITAL blunders so serious they should never take place are happening to nearly nine NHS patients every week. Bungling docs have operated on the wrong body parts, mixed up organs and left surgical tools inside patients. There were 437 so-called “never

Finance

Goldman Sachs' hot new business is lending to subprime consumers, and Wall Street's starting to ask questions (GS)

Goldman Sachs launched Marcus, an online lending business, in October 2016. The business has originated $3 billion in loans, according to Goldman Sachs CFO Marty Chavez. But analysts have expressed concern about the quality of these loans, with one analys

Politics

David Lammy lays into Theresa May over her role in Windrush scandal

DAVID Lammy has accused the Prime Minister of shedding “crocodile tears” with her Windrush generation apology. Theresa May said sorry for anxiety caused to the children of Commonwealth citizens wrongly faced with deportation and vowed to offer compens

Politics

Hundreds of Brit jobs put at risk as EU trade war with Indonesia looms

HUNDREDS of British jobs have been put at risk by an EU trade war. Airbus fears a £1.5billion deal to supply planes to Indonesia has hit the rocks because of an attempt by Brussels to ban the country’s major exports. It will be a major blow to the futu

Wales

Theresa May to blame for Windrush crisis, says Jeremy Corbyn

Labour leader adds to pressure on PM by taking aim at her ‘hostile environment’ policies Jeremy Corbyn is to accuse Theresa May of being personally responsible for the Windrush generation controversy by setting a deliberately unreachable bar with her

Entertainment

Labour Challenges May To Hold Customs Union Vote This Week To Settle Issue 'Once And For All'

Labour is challenging Theresa May to settle the UK’s future customs deal with the EU “once and for all” by holding a crunch vote on Wednesday.In a letter to the Prime Minister, seen by HuffPost UK, Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starme

United Kingdom

Brexit: No deal will be 'disastrous' for food and drinks industry, MPs warn

'The sector would undeniably suffer from reverting to WTO tariffs in the event of a 'no deal' scenario,' the report states

Politics

Anti-Brexit Lords are pitting Parliament against the people

THE Brexit wreckers in the House of Lords have started to inflict significant defeats on the Government this week. They plan to send back to the Commons a raft of amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill which are designed to subvert Brexit, or even stop it a

World

German minister urges Russia to cooperate in solving Syria crisis

BERLIN (Reuters) - German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas on Saturday urged Russia to help solve the Syria crisis as he set off for a meeting of foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) major industrialized nations in Toronto.

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