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Foreign governments, candidates, trade groups spent at Trump properties: report

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Sixty-four trade groups, foreign governments, Republican candidates and others stayed at or held events at properties linked to U.S. President Donald Trump during Trump's first year in office, a political watchdog group said in a re

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Boris Johnson says Vote Leave’s Brexit campaign bus £350million-a-week vow should have been £438million

BORIS Johnson’s Brexit vow of clawing back £350million a week from the EU should have been £438million, he says. The Foreign Secretary claimed: “We grossly underestimated the sum over which we would be able to take back control.”

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Plans for a No Deal Brexit are being reviewed every week, says top civil servant

MINISTERS are reviewing No Deal Brexit plans every week, the head of the Civil Service has revealed. Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood said the Government was “completely on it” in terms of planning for leaving the EU with no deal. But he w

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MPs fury as French boast they’ve forced Britain into coughing up more money in order to renew the Calais border agreement

MPs erupted in fury last night after the French boasted they had forced Britain into coughing up more money and agreeing to take in more refugees in order to renew the Calais border agreement. Senior Tory MP Tim Loughton warned the UK had already spent a

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Luxembourg and Sweden both want EU to cut us a good Brexit trade deal

TWO more EU countries have backed calls for a trade deal with Britain. Luxembourg and Sweden have joined Spain and the Netherlands in wanting a post-Brexit agreement which includes both goods and services. Italy, Poland, Hungary and the Republic of Irelan

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Remainer rebels deny undermining Theresa May as they push EU to allow Britain to stay in the single market

BREXIT rebels denied undermining Theresa May last night as they pressed EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier on how to keep Britain in the single market. A group of Remainer MPs, including ex-Attorney General Dominic Grieve and arch europhile Anna Soubry, t

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Martin Luther King's children criticize Trump, decry racism on holiday

Two of Martin Luther King Jr.’s children and the pastor of his historic Atlanta church marked the national King holiday Monday with sharp denunciations of President Donald Trump, focusing on disparaging remarks he is said to have made about African

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Mitt Romney's career highlights, from Bain Capital to governing Massachusetts

A look at some of the highlights from Mitt Romney's business and political career.

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Democratic House Candidate's Campaign Materials Full Of Plagiarized Work

Previously, Joseph Kopser's Facebook event invitation copied language from a Democratic opponent.

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Canada, Mexico vow to fight Trump if he pulls US from NAFTA

From the campaign trail, to stump speeches across the country since his election, President Trump's made clear what he thinks of the North American Free Trade Agreement, known commonly as NAFTA.

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UK Government has been 'unacceptably' slow to respond to persecution of Rohingya in Myanmar, MPs warn

International Development Committee condemns ministers' decision to send just two UK experts to help prevent sexual violence against refugees

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Anger after asylum seekers given just 80p a week extra in Home Office ruling

Asylum seekers will be given just £37.75 per week each to live on

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Pastor Blasts Trump's 'Shithole' Comments In Front Of Mike Pence

Pastor Maurice Watson asserted that whoever said such "dehumanizing" remarks "ought to be held accountable.”

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Starting Period Early 'Linked To Higher Heart Disease Risk In Later Life'

'If you are worried about your reproductive history and heart disease then speak to your GP.'

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Officials Warned Jared Kushner About Friendship With Wendi Deng Murdoch: Report

The meeting was described to The Wall Street Journal as a “routine senior staff security briefing.”

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Here's What To Know About The 2018 Women's March

Women are dusting off their pussy hats for round two.

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Theresa May’s ex-chief of staff slams PM for losing nerve on radical reform

THERESA May’s former chief of staff today accuses the PM and her Government of losing their bottle for radical reform. Nick Timothy claims Mrs May has been worn down in her bid to tackle fat cat excesses by being forced to compromise with more trad

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UKIP leader Henry Bolton tried to cover up shamed mistress’s rants by threatening her ex-lover

UNDER-FIRE Ukip leader Henry Bolton tried to cover up his shamed mistress’s rants with menacing threats, The Sun can reveal. The former Army officer and cop has publicly insisted he had no knowledge of part time model Jo Marney’s twisted vie

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Notorious MP sleaze bar cuts opening hours in bid to ‘stop politicians touching up staff’

PARLIAMENT’S booziest bar has shortened its opening hours – to stop drunk MPs touching up staff. The notorious Sports & Social Bar – the scene of a horrifying brawl that left a man glassed in the face last month – will now clos

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Tragic explorer Henry Worsley is laid to rest overlooking the grave of his idol Ernest Shackleton

TRAGIC Antarctic hero Henry Worsley’s ashes have been laid to rest overlooking the icy grave of his idol Ernest Shackleton. The former SAS officer-turned-explorer died in 2016 while attempting the first solo 900 mile crossing of the Antarctic on fo

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Trump: 'Dicky Durbin totally misrepresented what was said' at DACA meeting

In the face of ongoing backlash against President Trump’s reported “s---hole” comments during a bipartisan meeting on immigration last week, the president came out swinging on Monday afternoon by blasting Democratic Illinois Sen. Dick D

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Rep. John Lewis, Joy Behar agree Trump wouldn't be president if Martin Luther King were alive

Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., told ABC's "The View" Monday that Donald Trump would not be president if Martin Luther King Jr. was still alive, adding that the civil rights leader "would have been able to lead us to a different place."

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Brexit: EU demands veto over UK trade deals with other countries for two years after Britain leaves

Liam Fox has previously said he would have 40 deals ready to sign a minute after Brexit

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