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Who gets to make those decisions about policy abroad and at home. Politicians know their vision for the nation's future is vital. The former London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith has been chosen by the Conservatives to stand for parliament in his old constituency of Richmond Park. Mr Goldsmith was ousted as MP by the Liberal Democrats during a by-election in December
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Mr Goldsmith was ousted as MP by the Liberal Democrats during a by-election in December. He had previously left the Conservative Party in protest at the government's backing of a third Heathrow runway
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"We have lost interest in continuing to push for this due to our candidate's decision," said Hugo Velazquez, a member of the lower house and member of Cartes' Colorado Party. The lower house's move was also a blow to former leftist President Fernando Lugo, whom lawmakers ousted in 2012. Several of his congressional allies had supported the proposed amendment in the hope he would run again in 2018. Investors favor Cartes' low-tax policies and credit him with spurring growth in Paraguay, the world's No. 4 soy exporter and long one of South America's poorest countries. But business groups had urged him not to seek another term, in order to avoid more riots.
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Matthew Festing, who resigned in January, could reignite conflict with Vatican by disobeying direct order from Pope Francis to stay away from meeting The ousted grand master of the Catholic charity Knights of Malta will attend a meeting that could elect his successor, the group has said, in direct defiance of Pope Francis’s order for him to stay away. A spokesperson for the Knights said Matthew Festing, who resigned on 24 January , had informed the group that he would come to the meeting this Saturday at its headquarters in Rome. Continue reading...
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Party leader bars former MP David Ward from standing in Bradford East because he is ‘unfit to represent the party’ • General election 2017 - live updates The Liberal Democrats have barred the former Bradford East MP David Ward from standing again for the party, after Tim Farron said his comments about Jews had been “deeply offensive, wrong and antisemitic”. Ward had been chosen by his local party to stand in Bradford East, the seat he held from 2010 until 2015 when he was ousted by Labour, but after criticism from Theresa May in the Commons and a meeting of senior Lib Dem officials, Farron said: “I believe in a politics that is open, tolerant and united. David Ward is unfit to represent the party and I have sacked him.” Continue reading...
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The religious soap opera at the ancient Knights of Malta religious order has taken on new drama on the eve of the election of a new leader
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The workers allege that their complaints about the actions of Judith Slater, the fired former comptroller, went unanswered for years. They say Brandi told them it was because Slater knew too much about former Fox Chairman Roger Ailes and top-rated host Bill O'Reilly, who have been ousted over the past year because of sexual-harassment accusations. A lawyer for Slater, Catherine Foti, said the actions against Slater are meritless and frivolous. She said all claims of racial discrimination against Ms. Slater are completely false. One plaintiff, on-air personality Kelly Wright, who's black, said he'd been effectively sidelined and asked to perform the role of a Jim Crow, an insulting slang term to refer to a black man, according to the lawsuit. Wright said O'Reilly, who's white, refused to show a piece Wright had prepared after racial protests in Ferguson, Missouri, because they showed blacks in too positive a light.
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He denounced Trump’s dismissals of facts: “Any argument that 2 and 2 equals 5 is not an ‘alternate fact.’ It’s untrue. Water does not run uphill. Gravity exists. It’s a truth.” Rather was met with roars of approval. The last time people were paying this much attention to Rather, he was at the center of his own blowup over fake news. More than a decade ago, Rather was ousted from CBS in the wake of a flawed investigation into President George W. Bush’s National Guard duty during the Vietnam War. Rather’s downfall after 24 years as the face of the network was a cause for celebration on the right and quiet discomfort on the left. Instead of retiring, though, the man who was the heir to Walter Cronkite and was watched at his peak by 18 million people every night took a job with HDNet, a low-profile cable outlet owned by Mark Cuban now called AXS TV, toiling in relative obscurity hosting a news show and interviewing musicians.
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Hundreds of residents - who are concerned over the potential environmental impact - protested angrily, some clashing with police. More than 10 were injured including three who were hospitalized, activists said. Seoul's defence ministry said Wednesday's move was aimed at "securing operational capability of the THAAD as soon as possible", with a goal of fully installing the batteries by the end of this year. The South is holding a presidential election next month to choose a successor to ousted leader Park Geun-Hye, and Seoul and Washington are pressing ahead with the deployment with some candidates expressing ambivalence over the system, including front-runner Moon Jae-In, of the left-leaning Democratic Party. His spokesman Park Kwang-On expressed "strong regret" at the delivery, saying it ignored "required procedures". "This move has shut off any room for policy considerations by the next government and it is very improper," he said.
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its financial markets, showing an eagerness to steady relations with the US. Kenya reports that several governors and MPs have been ousted in their respective parties, as candidate are chosen for August's general election. South Africa reports on the.
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Still to come for viewers on the BBC News Channel and BBC World News... Now it's down to two, who will the supporters of the ousted presidential candidates cast their votes for? We've some new polls to share with you. And, a post promoting President Trump's Florida resort finds its way onto State Department websites. Should it have been there in the first place? That's still to come on 100 Days from BBC News
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" Tantaros claims that after she first complained about Ailes in 2015, the cable news network created "sockpuppet" Twitter accounts, AKA fake social media accounts to manipulate online conversations, to "cryptically let her know that she was under surveillance." Examples of messages "designed" to make her paranoid include a tweet in June 2016 for an ad for the DVD of the 1957 film The Black Scorpion after a friend was hospitalized from a scorpion bite. The same month, she received a tweet about her brother Daniel's 2013 death the day after she and her mother had spoken about it over the phone. So creepy! But that's not all... Related: Don't Accuse Sean Hannity Of Sexual Harassment The 38-year-old also claims that a Fox News operative had installed key-logging "and other surveillance software" on her personal computer. This surveillance continued after Tantaros left the network last year, and even after Ailes was ousted amid his sexual harassment scandal last summer.