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One would hope that Gary Linekar never stops doing this.
Maggie Haberman, who has covered politics in Washington for a long time, at Politico and now at the New York Times, tweeted this about Trump today.
While all attention is focused on the Trump inauguration today, the Mayor of London quietly announced more details of an investigation into London Stadium’s deal with West Ham football club.
Jeremy Corbyn has dismissed suggestions that Labour MPs will face a three-line whip to vote for Article 50, contrary to media reports.
There won’t be any last minute clemencies for non-violent offenders, no more money to fight climate change, or even anything that approaches good news.
President Obama has left the Whitehouse and now only Donald Trump will fill it now.
Yesterday the Daily Mail published a ludicrous front page splash after Theresa May’s Brexit speech.
While the far-right is pushing hard for Angela Merkel to lose in its national elections in September, the German Chancellor has a card up her sleeve: Donald Trump himself.
Just days ago Theresa May was threatening to turn the UK into a low corporate tax-haven if the EU did not give the UK a good deal.
Toyota may be the first one but it certainly won’t be the last one.
Just hours after Theresa May outlined out plan for Brexit in a speech, the carmaker sounded the alarm.