Seven were killed and almost 50 wounded. Despite a rapid response to Saturday's deadly attack, which saw armed officers shoot dead all three suspects within eight minutes, Prime Minister Theresa May has been criticized for her government's cuts to police budgets.
May confirmed she meant to start talks with the Europeans on June 19 as planned, promising to "get to work". "Do your best to avoid a "no deal" as a result of "no negotiations". Conservative lawmaker Heidi Allen said Britain needed a prime minister right now so May should stay on, but added that her days were numbered. "In my view it may well just be a period of transition", she told LBC radio.
Even Ms Sturgeon was forced to concede that her endless campaigning for independence was "undoubtedly" a factor in the election results , and that she would "reflect carefully" on the losses before making any decisions. "Of course we'll listen and reflect, it's too premature to say what we'll do next around that". In Britain's constantly shifting political landscape, she has reached Scottish voters by sticking to a message they not only understand but care about, as well as being more ...
It would not work. But she said Trump wanted to allow for a "swift and thorough examination of the facts" related to Comey's ouster and the multiple investigations into his campaign's possible ties to Russian Federation. What are the odds that Trump would legally succeed in blocking Comey's testimony? Yesterday, White House officials said that they did not know yet whether President Donald Trump would seek to block Comey's testimony, a move that could spark a political backlash.
Comey said that as of May, when he was sacked, Trump was not personally under FBI investigation - offering, finally, the public acknowledgment Trump had been requesting so assiduously. Afterward, the Justice Department appointed former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Robert Mueller as special counsel to oversee the Russian Federation probe just one day after the memos were disclosed.
I think if we'd had a large Conservative majority like all the polling was pointing to, then Theresa May could've pushed through her version of Brexit . When asked about her future , senior Conservative lawmaker Owen Paterson said "Let's see how it pans out". Its cartoon depicted May in a coffin with her feet sticking out and a speech bubble saying "Nothing has changed", a line she repeated several times as she reversed a key policy on social care during the campaign.
Iranian people reject such United States claims of friendship", he wrote on Twitter . While Trump expressed sympathy for the victims he levelled a barbed warning at Iran, after the United States leader took a hard line on the nation during a recent Middle East visit.
After his payment was declined, Butt and his two accomplices rented a smaller van that they used to plow into crowds before they leapt from the vehicle and went on a stabbing rampage in an attack that left eight people dead and almost 50 people injured.
May said she could rely in parliament on the support of her "friends" in Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party after her governing Conservatives failed to emerge as clear winners. "So it seems hard to reconcile the DUP's interest in Israel and matters of Jewish concern with electoral self-interest". But the PM faced mounting calls from within her own party to resign, with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn claiming he should be allowed to form a minority administration after ...
Trump's 140-character musings Monday may have undercut his own efforts to persuade the Supreme Court to reinstate his revised travel ban, which Trump called a "watered-down, politically correct" version of what he'd originally sought. It's been highly expected that the fate of the order would eventually be decided by the justices of the highest court of the land, but the Trump administration is trying to speed up the pace of that decision and wants the order implemented while the Supreme ...
The U.N. Security Council voted unanimously last Friday to add 15 individuals and four entities linked to North Korea's nuclear and missile programs to a U.N. The statement said the latest resolution was said to have been put together by the US and China in the "back room". It was "a fatal miscalculation" for the countries behind the sanctions resolution to think they could delay the North's nuclear forces, the statement said.
The referendum will be held on June 11 and gives voters two options: statehood or independence/free association. The United States will have to add another star to the American Flag, if Puerto Rico becomes the 51st state. Nor can it seek global assistance, as sovereign states might. This year's initial ballot excluded the option to vote for the status quo. So how could the commonwealth's sovereign status change? Carlos Mercader is the Executive Director of the Puerto Rico Federal ...
He was believed to be living in east London and is described as an Italian national of Moroccan descent. Police arrive on the scene of the London Bridge attack on Saturday before shooting dead the three attackers. He did not identify the victim, but British police said the next of kin of 45-year-old Xavier Thomas were informed. While it was not clear what priority level Butt fell in, the investigation into him involved a "full package" of measures, including covert surveillance, ...
Qatar, which has developed an assertive foreign policy over the past decade, denied that it supports militants and said it was helping to reduce the threat of terrorism by backing groups that fight poverty and seek political reform. Trump said he helped plan the move against Qatar, although a senior administration official told Reuters earlier this week that the USA had no indication from the Saudis or Emiratis during the visit that they would sever ties with Qatar.
The Labour Party gained 32 seats, jumping from 229 to 261, setting back May and the Conservative Party . May had been expected to win comfortably. "The success of the Labour Party winning more seats than expected was because they tapped into anxiety over public spending cuts since 2010, anxiety over the state of National Health Service, and also concerns with youth voters over the amount of student debt and access to United Kingdom housing - two big issues.
Gulf monarchies and Egypt's government also view Islamist groups as a threat to their rule. Qatar has angered its neighbours for years by supporting the Brotherhood, a decades-old underground movement that calls for rule based on Islamic principles.
But could Trump be compelled to testify at a congressional hearing if a request was made? "He's everything that's wrong in Washington ", Lewandowski said. Louis Michael Seidman, a professor of constitutional law at Georgetown University, agreed that the case for charging Trump with obstruction of justice is not there, but he said that Comey's firing after he refused to carry out the president's wishes is "a serious matter".
If that seems familiar, it should. Shouldn't he have leaked that to the press and tried for a special prosecutor like he did with Trump? And even if Comey can't prove he was damaged by the charge, in defamation cases the harm is generally presumed in cases where the statement is libel (written defamation) rather than slander (spoken defamation).
James exclaimed. "When I played football, offensively, I never even talked to the defensive side". Both Los Angeles clubs were floated as possibilities because of his status as an L.A. This year is almost the same despite the Cavs being winless, James averaging 32.4 points, 8.8 rebounds, 7.6 assists, 2.0 steals and 1.38 blocked shots, standing second only in blocks and rebounds.
Turkey would continue its efforts to resolve the dispute, Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said alongside Sheikh Khaled. "The emir of Qatar has made progress in halting financial support and expelling terrorist elements from his country, but he must do more and he must do it more quickly", Tillerson said.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has told the Queen she has the numbers to form government, and will provide Brexit and anti-terror "certainty". Former Labour Party spokesman Alastair Campbell, whose government got the Good Friday agreement signed in 1998, said May was threatening the peace process by securing an alliance with one of the parties the United Kingdom government is supposed to be mediating between.
Standing with the president of Romania, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation partner, Trump at last confirmed his commitment to the alliance's mutual defense pact, Article 5, uttering words he deliberately did not say when he spoke at NATO's gathering in Belgium last month.
Fifty years ago today, the 1967 Middle East War began between Israel and its Arab neighbors, Egypt , Jordan and Syria. Trump visited Israel and the Palestinian territories last month to seek ways to restart peace efforts, at a standstill since a US-led initiative collapsed in April 2014.
The force said formal identification has not yet taken place, but Xavier Thomas's next of kin had been informed. Ms Delcros was seriously injured by the van, although her condition in hospital has stabilised, her family said. Police early Wednesday arrested a 30-year-old man in east London in connection to the attack and are searching his home. Charisse O'Leary, who married Redoaune in Dublin in 2012, said she has "shed many tears for the people caught up in this horrific incident".
Bar the unlikely event of him being elevated to the Lords by whoever forms the next government and keeping his ministerial office, Mr Barwell's ejection means that the United Kingdom is now set for its sixth housing and construction minister in seven years.
Ms Davidson's Scottish Conservatives went from one seat to 13 in the election, giving the national party one of its few success stories on the night. DUP Deputy Leader Nigel Dodds, who leads the party's Westminster team, referred to those past arrangements in an interview with RTÉ News today.
The agreement does not contain any specific number of troops to be stationed in the base, or when. After a coalition of Persian Gulf sheikdoms led by Saudi Arabia presented an ultimatum to Qatar on Monday and blockaded its economy, the Turkish parliament approved two military deals with Qatar, enabling deployments of the Turkish military to Qatar.
And seeing the yellow helmet brought back memories of his childhood in Britain, where he would pop in videotapes of Senna's races and say, "That's my driver". Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has played down the team orders controversy after many observers suggested that Sebastian Vettel was favored over Kimi Raikkonen in Monaco.
WASHINGTON-Remind me never to go to the track with British Prime Minister Theresa May. In this election they won 10 of Northern Ireland's 18 seats, which means if they combine their seats with the Tories' 318, they'll have enough for a majority in Parliament - the minimum required to govern is 326 of Parliament's 650 seats.
May's political career is over, her authority as prime minister destroyed and everyone in Westminster knows it is only a matter of time before she steps down. Now that Mrs May has reclaimed the prime ministership, however tenuously, the question becomes: what can she do with her limited mandate? It drew strong support from young people with the promise to abolish tuition fees, the hope of better jobs and a chance to own property.
Although the United Nations takes very seriously the prospect of an aggressive, nuclear-armed North Korea, economic warfare in the form of too-harsh sanctions certainly would wither and kill the poor, ordinary people of North Korea. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un during a combat drill of the service personnel of the special operation battalion of the Korean People's Army Unit 525.
JEREMY CORBYN , Leader, Labour Party: It was her campaign, it was her decision to call the election, it was her name out there, and she was saying she was doing it to bring about strong and stable government. Reminded that the party had lost seats, Mr Barwell replied: 'I'm not trying to pretend it's a triumph, clearly we didn't get the result we hoped to get.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani.DOHA - Qatar's Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani said that Qatar rejects any interference with its foreign policies, Qatar News Agency (QNA) reported. The minister referred to a series of steps Doha is undertaking to restore relations with them, including "stopping support for extremism and terrorism and the need for clear political engagement that reflects a change in the course of national policies".
Comey himself was confused the questioning, but generally managed to set things straight when McCain seemed to go off course. You reached separate conclusions. "In his testimony today, James Comey claimed that the Obama administration, Attorney General Loretta lynch , let politics influence the FBI's description of its investigation of Hillary Clinton's classified emails", mentioned Anchor Scott Pelley near the end of CBS Evening News, where they buried the story in a brief.
May had been expected to win comfortably. She had hoped to boost the Conservatives' majority in Parliament and get a stronger mandate in negotiating the Brexit from the European Union . May confirmed Friday that senior ministers would remain in their posts, despite rumours that she had been ready to sack finance minister Philip Hammond following a clash over her Brexit strategy.