Theresa May's mixed messages over 'no deal' Brexit at heated PMQs
Sky News, 21 November at 17:48
Jeremy Corbyn accuses the PM of presiding over a "shambles" while Theresa May responded by saying he "hasn't got a first clue". 14:47, UK, Wednesday 21 November 2018. Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May 2:59 ...
Jacob Rees Mogg to be PM? Will Mogg OUST May or will he be STUCK on the backbench?
Express.co.uk, 21 November at 17:38
Theresa May's Brexit deal has faced fierce criticism from within her own Government, triggering several resignations within her Cabinet. As well as resignations, several members of the European Research Group headed by Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg have ...
British academic Matthew Hedges sentenced to life in prison after arrest in Dubai for 'spying'
ABC News, 21 November at 17:32
A British academic has been sentenced to life in prison in the United Arab Emirates on charges he was spying for the United Kingdom — a verdict that Britain described as shocking as it urged the Middle East country to reconsider its decision.
'Maybe he did and maybe he didn't!' Trump says US will stand by Saudis despite Khashoggi murder
USA TODAY, 21 November at 17:14
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump on Tuesday delivered a full-throated defense of Saudi Arabia and cast doubt on a U.S. intelligence assessment that the kingdom's crown prince knew about the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi ...
British academic jailed for life in United Arab Emirates on spying charges
Washington Post, 21 November at 17:08
LONDON — The British government warned Wednesday of “repercussions” after a British academic was sentenced to life in prison in the United Arab Emirates, which accused him of spying for Britain. Matthew Hedges, a 31-year-old student at Durham ...
Steve Bannon's far-right Europe operation undermined by election laws
The Guardian, 21 November at 17:00
Exclusive: ambitious plan to campaign in EU elections would fall foul of laws in nine of 13 targeted states. Paul Lewis in Rome and Jennifer Rankin in Brussels. Wed 21 Nov 2018 09.00 EST Last modified on Wed 21 Nov 2018 09.05 EST. Share on Facebook ...
May defends Brexit deal against cross-party hostility at PMQs
The Guardian, 21 November at 16:53
Theresa May has defended her Brexit deal from criticism across party lines at prime minister's questions, and accused Jeremy Corbyn of “telling leave voters one thing and remain voters another”. The Labour leader, in return, condemned the Brexit plan
Grenfell fraud: Man jailed for £100k claim
BBC News, 21 November at 16:36
A "manipulative" man has been jailed after claiming more than £100,000 intended for victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. Sharife Elouahabi falsely said he was staying with relatives in a flat on the 21st floor of the block where a family of five died in
American Is Killed by Bow and Arrow on Remote Indian Island
New York Times, 21 November at 16:30
NEW DELHI — John Allen Chau had to know that what he was about to do was extremely dangerous. Mr. Chau, thought to be in his 20s, was floating in a kayak off a remote island in the Andaman Sea. He was about to set foot on one of the most sealed-off ...
UK weather: cold snap brings icy winds, sleet and snow showers
The Guardian, 21 November at 16:20
After a spell of unseasonably mild weather, icy winds, plummeting temperatures, sleet and snow showers have hit most of the UK. While snow has been falling in high areas of Scotland and Wales for some time, the latest cold spell has seen flurries
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