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views on things like North Korea and Isis and so on and that Boris Johnson mentioned in article. John Healy, the shadow housing minister, has given us his views of what this all really means. I really think this is Boris Johnson feeling left out of the general election campaign
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marginal and not so marginal seat in the Midlands and the north of England, that Theresa May really need to secure a big majority, because after all that is injected she has set itself, that enough people in those seats who are instinctively Labour voters will think they can vote for Labour, safe in the knowledge they will not have to deal with Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister, because.
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Street, despite the serious nature of her talks with the negotiating team from Brussels, something clearly amused the Prime Minister, as Jean-Claude Juncker left Number 10. She will be hoping she has the last laugh on Brexit. Jon Craig, Sky News. The big question of this morning?.
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think he demeans his office. He is saying that the Prime Minister will debate with him, but Jeremy Corbyn himself has said he will not be part of the TV leaders debate without the Prime Minister being there on stage beside him and the other party leaders as well. The.
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The explosion comes a day after France said that the chemical analysis of samples taken from a deadly sarin gas attack in Syria earlier this month bears the signature Assad's government and shows it was responsible. Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said France came to this conclusion after comparing samples from a 2013 sarin attack in Syria that matched the new ones. The findings came in a six-page report published Wednesday. Russia, a close ally of Assad, denounced the report, saying the samples and the fact the nerve agent was used are not enough to prove who was behind it. The United States has also blamed Assad's government for the April 4 attack. The Trump administration ordered the cruise missile attack on the air base and issued sanctions on 271 people linked to the Syrian agency said to be responsible for producing non-conventional weapons. Syria has strongly denied the accusations.
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Isaac Vatkin, 91, was holding his wife Teresa's hand as she passed away at the age of 89 after suffering from Alzheimer's disease. He died 40 minutes later. They met in their native Argentina and moved to Illinois. Ebook sales fall as readers shun fiction The latest figures from the Publishers Association show ebook sales fell by 3% last year, to £538m. Sales of all types of books rose 6% to £3.5bn, however, thanks to a boom in non-fiction buying. Fiction reading was down 7% while non-fiction sales rose 9%. Books about trendy Danish lifestyle concept hygge ('cosiness') helped the boom. Briefing: Labours Brexit reset Labour will scrap the government's white paper on Brexit and replace it with a new one should Jeremy Corbyn become prime minister in June. In a speech today, shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer said: "We do not accept that there has to be a reckless Tory Brexit.
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Ronnie O'Sullivan in entertaining form as always! Battle was fought. -- that's all the sport. The struggle to get a GP appointment when you want one is something we've talked about a lot here on Breakfast. But it's a problem that just doesn't seem to be going away. In January, the Prime Minister urged doctors surgeries to make more effort to open between 8am and 8pm, seven days a week, unless they could prove a lack of demand
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minister, John Healy. It's good to see you, MrHealy. Let me read this quote again: "A mutton-headed old mugwump. A benign Islingtonian herbivore." The election just got nasty, didn't it? I don't know about you, but I had to look that up. I.
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weapons, I think our nuclear deterrent is vital in keeping us safe. It seems incredible to me that there should be a risk in having a Prime Minister who wants to discard that nuclear weapons in the circumstances. I also think it's extraordinary that this.
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KUALA LUMPUR: No new cases of H5N1 outbreak has been reported in the country, including in Kelantan so far, the Dewan Negara sitting was told today. Deputy Agriculture and Agro-based Minister Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman (pix) said however the monitoring operations were still being actively carried out by the Veterinary Services Department (JPV) in efforts to curb the outbreak. "JPV at the state level has been directed to oversee and monitor the movement of poultry from within and outside the country to detect H5N1 outbreaks. "The department also implemented the National Sampling Programme to make it compulsory to notify on animal diseases and those with an economic impact," he said during the oral question session. He was replying to Senator Datuk Seri Syed Ibrahim Kader who asked the ministry on the measures that had been taken by the government to ensure poultry was safe to be consumed. — Bernama
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KUALA LUMPUR: The free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations between Malaysia and the European Union (EU) will include a discussion on the recent resolution by the EU parliament to phase out the use of certain vegetable oils, including palm oil, by 2020. Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Chua Tee Yong said although the resolution is non-binding on EU member states, the government viewed the recent development very seriously, as it involved a major export commodity and the livelihood of about 500,000 smallholders. "With the resumption of the FTA negotiations, we will definitely put it up for discussion," he told reporters after officiating the EU-Malaysia Trade and Investment Forum 2017 here today. He said the resolution, however, doesn't ban entirely palm oil from being exported to the EU. "It is more a concern about whether there will be additional tariff measures to be implemented," he added.
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on with politics at the moment. And I think that a prime example of this party politics aside is that you look at Prime Minister's questions yesterday, and you see all sorts of backbenchers jeering and brawling like a bunch of kids, and.
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the main job of a Prime Minister. Personal attacks, if conservative ministers want to take issue with what Jeremy Corbyn says, let Theresa May debate with him. Are the Tories really worried or just looking to.
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will never be Prime Minister. If enough people do that, then of course he could become Prime Minister. Theresa May and the Conservatives want to make that very clear. Of course, essentially it means that we are going to hear a lot of these sort of things over the next few weeks - talk of his.
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in December. But the demise of George Osborn means a swift comeback to the Commons foreign the former Tory minister Esther McVeigh who has been elected in the former Chancellor's safe seat of at that timon. Back in Downing Street, despite the serious nature of her talks with the negotiating.
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team from Brussels, something clearly amused the Prime Minister as MrJuncker left number 10. She will be hoping she has the last laugh on Brexit. So the big question of the morning: What exactly is a mugwump? Here is the definition It's of North American derivation,.