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At last, White Paper sets out 12 key Brexit goals. Now for the 12 key unanswered questions

Theresa May yesterday finally delivered on the Government’s promise of a White Paper on its plan for Brexit.<p>The document, which runs to 75 pages, …

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Donald Trump nominates Neil Gorsuch as Supreme Court justice as Democrats warn of tough confirmation battle

• <b>'Dissent' memo signed by hundreds of diplomats over travel ban</b>• <b><br>872 refugees facing 'undue hardship' to be allowed in</b>• <b><br>Trump announces Neil Gorsuch as his pick for Supreme Court</b>• <b><br>Parliament to debate Trump state visit on Feb 20</b>• <b><br>Everything you need to know about so-called 'Muslim ban'</b>• <b><br>'Was that a surprise?'</b> …

Britain's Brexit plans unlikely to be slowed by Article 50 defeat | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans to start the process of Britain leaving the European Union by the end of March are unlikely to be hindered or slowed by Tuesday’s Supreme Court ruling the government must seek parliamentary approval.<p>A man waves a European Union flag outside the …

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Donald Trump inauguration: President returns Winston Churchill bust to Oval Office before dancing My Way at inaugural ball

• <b>Donald Trump becomes 45th president of America</b>• <b><br>Trump: 'American carnage stops right here and right now'</b>• <b><br>Vows to rebuild country 'with American hands'</b>• <b><br>Black-clad protesters smash shops and cars in Washington</b>• <b><br>A hug, a kiss and a Tiffany box: the awkward moment the Obamas met the Trumps</b>• <b><br>Hillary Clinton</b> …


US jobless claims hit lowest level in more than 43 years

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits dropped last week to the lowest level in more than 43 years, another sign that most American workers enjoy job security.<p>THE NUMBERS: The Labor Department said Thursday that 234,000 Americans sought jobless aid, a drop of 15,000 …

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Russian officials: We're not counting on Trump to lift sanctions

Russia is not banking on Donald Trump scrapping economic sanctions any time soon.<p>First deputy prime minister Igor Shuvalov said the Russian government's plans for 2017 are based on the expectations that sanctions are here to stay.<p>"Perhaps the market is expecting an improvement in our relationship …


'Proud' Barack Obama surprises spokesman Josh Earnest on his last day

A ‘proud’ Barack Obama gatecrashed his press secretary Josh Earnest’s final White House briefing to praise his assistant's hard work during his time as president.<p>The outgoing president interrupted the press conference as Earnest prepared for a last round of jousting with reporters.<p>“Even though it’s …

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John Kerry blames British Parliament for derailing US plans to strike Syria

The British Parliament’s vote against bombing Syria derailed America’s own plans to use force against the Assad regime in response to its use of chemical weapons, John Kerry has said.<p>It has long been speculated that Barack Obama backed away from his plan to strike Syria because of David Cameron’s …

Middle East

Storm Conor brings heavy snow and high winds to Scotland

Parts of Scotland have been hit by heavy snow and strong winds as Storm Conor engulfs the north of the country.<p>The boxing day storm put the Highlands …

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Hackers and passwords: Your guide to data breaches

When companies tell you your data was stolen, it's not always clear what really happened. Here's what the terms mean.<p>Oh great, another data breach.<p>That's what you're likely to think when a yet another company or organization that had your personal information tells you it's been hacked. Whether …

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France must increase defence spending to 2pc of GDP by 2020 warns chief of defence staff

France must raise defence spending given current security threats to two per cent of GDP by 2020 as "you can't win a war without a war effort", the country's chief of the defence staff warned on Wednesday.<p>Speaking two days after an unknown assailant drove a truck through a Christmas market in …

Brexit plan will not be published before February, says David Davis

Brexit secretary indicates government’s demands will include a refusal to allow the EU any control over UK immigration policy<p>Britain will not have a Brexit plan until February but should be able to complete talks within 18 months and then go through a transitional phase of leaving the EU if …

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Neustar to Go Private in $2.9 Billion Deal

Neustar, which helps telephone carriers route calls and text messages, said it would be taken private by an investment group led by private equity …


HMRC changes decision over VAT for adult colouring books

The popular colouring books will now remain VAT-free unless they are specifically marketed towards adults<p>HMRC has announced that it will not impose VAT on most colouring and dot-to-dot books for adults – reversing its plans from earlier this year which were greeted with dismay by fans and …


More than 2,500 BA cabin crew could go on strike over Christmas

Union representatives to decide what action to take after staff at Heathrow-based mixed fleet unit vote for walkout over pay<p>More than 2,000 British Airways cabin crew based at Heathrow could go on strike over Christmas after voting overwhelmingly in favour of walkouts in a dispute over pay.<p>Cabin …

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Theresa May refuses to follow US in ending bomb sales to Saudi Arabia

The Prime Minister has rejected a call for the UK to stop selling weapons to Saudi Arabia – following the US’s decision to restrict arms sales to the …

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Hundreds of police officers accused of abusing power for sexual gain, according to watchdog

Hundreds of police officers have been accused of abusing their power to sexually exploit people, including vulnerable victims of crime, a damning …

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