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Tuesday, January 23, 2018
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British business leaders have lambasted Theresa May's cabinet for infighting over the UK's trade position, accusing ministers of putting ideology before jobs and investment. Carolyn Fairbairn, director general of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), will warn the Government that...
America's former ambassador to the United Nations has told Sky News that she is "heartbroken" over the "coldness and the cruelty" of Donald Trump's foreign policy decisions. Samantha Power was appointed by Barack Obama and has been an outspoken critic...
The chair of an influential House of Commons committee has urged the Prime Minister to make good on her promise to crackdown on "unscrupulous" company bosses by imposing billion-pound fines. Labour MP Frank Field, who heads the Work and Pensions...
UKIP's ruling body has passed a unanimous vote of no confidence in party leader Henry Bolton following a row over his 25-year-old girlfriend. The party's National Executive Committee (NEC) held an emergency meeting on Sunday after married father-of-three Mr Bolton,...
Hundreds of people gathered to pay their respects to Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan whose body is in public repose. Her open coffin is resting at the altar at Saint Joseph's Church, in her home town of Limerick in Ireland.Fans, many...
Several heavily-armed attackers burst into a luxury hotel in the Afghan capital, taking around 100 people hostage as frantic guests tried to escape through windows several floors up. Some were trapped on balconies at the top of the six-storey building...
Kenya has blamed British colonialists after four children were killed by a landmine. The children, aged eight to 17, had been grazing livestock in a field in the Mandera region when they found the landmine.They were playing with the device...
Controversial plans for a zip wire attraction in a Lake District valley could be scuppered by claims that low-flying fighter pilots would be put at risk if it goes ahead. Several conservation groups including the National Trust have already objected...
France would "probably" have voted to leave the EU if it had held an in/out referendum, according to the country's leader. Emmanuel Macron attributed the UK's decision to leave the EU to British voters' loss of faith in globalisation and...
A leading tycoon who made billions in the pharmaceutical business was murdered along with his wife, private investigators hired by the couple's children have claimed. Barry Sherman, 75, who was the chairman of Canada's largest drugs manufacturer Apotex, was found...