The Scribner City Council approved last month the first round of an ordinance designed to prohibit hiring and renting apartmentsRead more
THERESA May tonight thwarted an attempt by pro-Brussels Tory MPs to keep Britain locked in a customs union with Brussels after Brexit. On another dramatic day at Westminster, her Government defeated a Commons bid to rewrite her EU departure plans by the wafer-thin margin of just six votes.
Longtime Democratic operative Philippe Reines and lawyer Michael Avenatti, preparing a protest outside the White House on Tuesday night. (Twitter/PhilippeRead more
THE Government was forced into a humiliating climbdown after it had to cancel pushing a vote to allow MPs to go on holiday five days early tonight.
The Trump administration is lifting requirements that some tax-exempt groups disclose the identities of their donors to federal tax authorities.Read more
THERESA May has abandoned a motion calling for Parliament’s summer recess to be brought forward by five days after critics argued to move was a clear and “absolutely pathetic” attempt to shore up her authority amid growing Brexit chaos.
BREXIT campaigners today denied breaking election law and rejected demands for the European Union referendum to be re-run.
President Trump said Tuesday that he misspoke when he seemed to dismiss allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 elections,Read more
THERESA May suffered a humiliating Brexit defeat in the Commons this evening as Tory rebels voted against the Government to keep the UK part of Europe’s medicines framework – but the Prime Minister managed to stave off a more serious setback over Remainer plans for continued customs union membership.
THERESA May has suffered a shock Brexit defeat in the House of Commons this evening but managed to avoid a humiliating setback over continued customs union membership despite Remainer MPs earlier warning her: “We’ve got the numbers!”