Daily Mail - Home
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But that was not to be, as Trump's interview last weekend with two European newspapers confirmed. He again called NATO "obsolete," proclaimed that the British vote to leave the EU would "end up being a great thing", described the EU as "basically a vehicle for Germany," and condemned German Chancellor Angela Merkel's decision to let in more than a million refugees fleeing violence and persecution as a "catastrophic mistake." He also threatened to impose duties of 35% on German and other foreign cars made in Mexico and imported into the United States, predicted that other countries would follow Britain's lead and vote to leave the EU, and stated that he would start his presidency trusting Putin -- who once led the FSB, the KGB's successor organisation -- just as he will Merkel, the leader of one of America's closest allies. European leaders still do not know how much -- if any -- of Trump's comments will become official US policy.
BBC Parliament
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But if you look at part five of the Equality Act, which relates to seafarers working wholly or partly in Great Britain and adjacent waters, it actually does make clear, in those regulations, but the Equality Act does apply interpretation of those provisions.
Evening Standard
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Hundreds were trapped in the Shard after lifts at Britain's tallest building broke down.
Evening Standard
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Analysis: In the nick of time, the vital relationships are getting into place
BBC News 24
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Britain hasn't had too many to the fourth round of slam since not that long ago but the father of Tomic said Dan Evans was even good enough to practice with somebody is good enough now. He will soon be into the world's top 50. Andy Murray showed little sign of the ankle problem he picked up in the last round as he breezed past Sam Querrey at the Australian Open.
Daily Express
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Daily Express
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GEORGE SOROS has admitted he made a “slight exaggeration” when claiming the European Union would buckle under the pressure of Russia and China once Britain has left the bloc.
BBC News 24
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.. Fred is a former Olympian that represented Great Britain in the long jump in the 1980s. Two years ago, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. You know where you're at, as opposed to ignoring the problem, and then one day you have got some kind of chronic discomfort, and then you have months, or a short time, to live.
OK!
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The 16-year-old singer has made the bold decision to perform at the inauguration as Donald Trump prepares to be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. However, her choice has come under fire, with many believing she has made the wrong decision in singing the national anthem for the president-elect. Speaking to Kate Garraway from Washington DC during an interview on Good Morning Britain, Jackie said: “I've had all sorts of reactions, I've had negative and positive and ...
Sputnik International
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Britain will "reinvent" itself if it loses access to the European Single Market, according to the chancellor of the exchequer.
Daily Mail - Home
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Remain campaigners predicted an immediate recession if Britain backed Brexit but instead the new data is the latest to show a buoyant economy.
Auto Express
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Image 1 of 14 Image 1 of 14 20 Jan, 2017 11:15am Richard Ingram Weve already driven the Audi A5 Coupe on UK roads, but how will the five-door A5 Sportback 2.0 TDI ultra fare? While the Audi A5 Coupe has already proved itself on UK roads, we've now had the chance to try the five-door Sportback version here in Britain for the first time. It keeps the coupe shape, keeping it distinct from the A4 saloon it's based on – challenging the BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe for outright style. The extra doors dont affect the Sportback’s looks, still offering desirability by the shedload. The wheelbase is a bit longer, but it's the different roofline and rear windows that stand out most. The A5 is a handsome car on the outside, and of course it's just as good on the inside as well. Image 3 of 14 Image 3 of 14 Audi hasn't changed the cabin from the driver's perspective, as the same clean, neat dash design and high-quality materials give it the same premium feel.
The Herald
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Almost £300 million of Britain's most cherished artworks have permanently left the country since 2011.
Liverpool Echo
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BBC News 24
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Our friends are the Americans, our allies, and thank goodness we have a president who says yes, we want to trade with you, yes we will do a trade agreement with you and that surely is a good thing for at the end of the day we are going global, a global Britain is what we are hoping to achieve an Theresa May's vision of a global Britain is very much helped if we have a president in the White House who would like to restore the bust of Winston Churchill rather than remove those symbols of that special relationship between Britain and the United States.
BBC News 24
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With a new president who will be willing to work with us and trade with us, that has got to be a good thing for Britain. Is he shaping up to be a great ally of the UK? We're hoping he will be and we know that Theresa May has had great experience in trying to control another blonde politician who shoots from the hip. The threat is far greater than trade, the threat is to the harmony of the world.
BBC News 24
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It is not necessarily the case that we are going to see I do I with the new president on every issue, but we have a friend in the White House -- going to see eye league. -- going optimistic time for Britain? Philip Hammond has talked about the prospects for what a Trump presidency means for the UK and he says that there is now more uncertainty for the EU than there is for Britain after Brexit, with Donald Trump in charge.
ABC News - International
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ABC News - International
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Britain's treasury chief says Donald Trump's election as U.S. president is likely to create even more uncertainty for Europe than his country's departure from the EU
BBC News 24
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Donald Trump will become the 45th President of the United States of America today. President-Elect Trump faces an unsettled world, with conflicts in the Middle East, Europe working out what Brexit will look like and China flexing its trade muscles. He's dropped a few hints about his foreign policy plans. But what of the so-called special relationship between the UK and the US, which some say has cooled under Obama? Who famously said that Britain would go to the back of the queue if it left the EU.
Sky News
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He established a good relationship with both Clinton and George bush Junior. There is no reason I can see that Theresa May will not have a good personal relationship with Donald Trump. They will discuss intensifying the fight against Islamic State. The only European allies who are helping the Americans in the field are Britain and France.
Evening Standard - Life & Style
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A portrait of Britain by numbers, says Nick Curtis