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They will demand the government scrap its offer to collect tariffs on behalf of the European Union when the Customs Bill returns for debate - a crucial element of the prime minister's plan for a "facilitated customs arrangement". "What we were asked to do was have no free movement, no EU jurisdiction, no continued payments to the EU, no customs union and no single market", International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said on Wednesday.
  • Donald Trump shares letter from Kim Jong Un, says ‘progress being made!’

    Donald Trump shares letter from Kim Jong Un, says ‘progress being made!’

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    Kim's missive also hinted at the possibility of another summit, saying that the "epochal progress in promoting the DPRK-US relations will bring our next meeting forward". Trump agreed to halt bi-annual U.S. military exercises conducted with South Korean forces, while Kim made a vague commitment to denuclearization. "It's possible that Pompeo proposed July 12 as the date for the meeting and then hastily made it public without confirmation from Pyongyang", a diplomatic source said.
  • Trump says he won't turn 'Perry Mason' on Putin over election meddling

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    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made no statement immediately after the indictments were announced at the Justice Department. "'I know you did it and if you continue to do it, we'll never have a good relationship'". But less than three hours later, the California Democrat joined the chorus of party members calling for the meeting to be canceled. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, who was Democratic National Committee chairwoman at the time of the hacking, issued a ...
  • Sex Offense Charges Against Stormy Daniels Have Been Dropped

    Sex Offense Charges Against Stormy Daniels Have Been Dropped

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    Police said Thursday they've made numerous arrests under a law regarding illegal sexually oriented activity in a sexually oriented business . She vowed to donate "all tips" to the lawyers' fees for two other dancers arrested with her. Police say after observing these interactions, two detectives and one officer approached the stage, at which point Daniels allegedly performed similar acts on them.
  • United Kingdom trade deal 'absolutely possible'

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    London regards its "special relationship" with the United States as a keystone of foreign policy and May has courted Trump ahead of Britain's departure from the European Union. Trump first met May Thursday night and the pair spoke for about 90 minutes and attended a state dinner. He said Mr Trump's remarks on trade were a "perfectly reasonable thing for an American president to say".
  • "World's Ugliest Dog" dies less than a month after winning title

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    Its upper teeth were nearly horizontal and it also had a pronounced underbite. THE world's ugliest dog has died. At the time, Brainard said in an email to CNN that Zsa Zsa - who has two fur brothers, a pug and a Frenchie - owed her impressive tongue to her nearly horizontal upper teeth and heavily pronounced underbite, which made it hard to keep the pink, fleshy mass in her mouth.
  • Dozens killed in Pakistan terror strike targeting political rally

    Dozens killed in Pakistan terror strike targeting political rally

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    Underscoring the security threat, were Friday's bombings that killed 69 people in the latest election related violence. Police had earlier said that more than 1,000 people were in attendance at the rally. Bilour was part of the predominantly secular, ethnic Pashtun nationalist Awami National Party, which has long competed with religious parties for votes in Pakistan's volatile Pashtun lands, along the border with Afghanistan.
  • Ford repealing sex-ed curriculum to please social conservatives: Horwath

    Ford repealing sex-ed curriculum to please social conservatives: Horwath

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    As already announced, the speech says the Tories are scrapping the cap-and-trade program, and plan to fight any attempt by the federal government to implement a carbon pricing plan in Ontario. "Absolutely not, I'm here today, I'm taking questions", he said. Ontario's Catholic educators are not celebrating Doug Ford's repeal of the province's modernized Health and Physical Education curriculum.
  • Angry words exchanged in congressional hearing on FBI investigation

    Angry words exchanged in congressional hearing on FBI investigation

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    Jeffress has argued that Page needs more time to review relevant records before testifying to the panels, a claim that the Republican members of those committees reject. Democrats objected to Goodlatte's repeated attempts to get Strzok to answer. "Would anyone sitting here today believe that this was an acceptable state of affairs, particularly at an agency whose motto is "Fidelity, Bravery and Integrity"?" This, I think, is a smart tactic-playing defense would allow the Republicans ...
  • Canada sides with U.S. over Russian pipeline to Germany

    Canada sides with U.S. over Russian pipeline to Germany

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    US President Donald Trump has criticized Germany over its support for the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline, claiming this gives Russian Federation power over European energy. "It will have to be somehow replaced with something, and there is an opening for LNG (liquified natural gas), obviously, if Nord Stream-2 gets cancelled...this opening will be larger".
  • Canada will lead new training mission for Iraq: NATO Secretary

    Canada will lead new training mission for Iraq: NATO Secretary

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    Trudeau informed that Canada would contribute CF-18 fighter aircraft to help guard Baltic airspace and would also provide assistance to Latvia in cyber-defense. Trudeau said Canada will not double its defence budget to get to that mark. "Once all national procedures have been completed to finalize the name agreement, the country will join NATO as our 30th member", NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said.