Theresa May - UK Politics News Headline Today

Britain and the European Union are on the cusp of a Brexit deal which could be clinched in the next 24 to 48 hours, Prime Minister Theresa May’s de facto deputy said on Tuesday. “We’re not quite there yet,” Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington told BBC radio. “We are almost within touching distance now.”Read More →

Bashar al-Assad - Syria Politics News Headline

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad issued Law 42, extending this period from 30 days to a year and adding other amendments including giving claimants more time to appeal verdicts, and letting them do so through the normal courts instead of through a dedicated judicial committee.Read More →

Stepan Poltorak - Ukraine News

Ukrainian Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak: “Russia is not the sole owner of the Black Sea, because there are Alliance member countries there, they have their interests there. Our capabilities are greater there than in the Sea of Azov, and our ability to respond is also much greater.”Read More →

Taha Siddiqui - Pakistan News

Pakistan’s information minister, Fawwad Chaudhry, told Reuters his office was “trying to establish close coordination” with Twitter to curb “hate speech and death threats”, but did not directly respond to questions on the case of Siddiqui, and another activist who received two warnings, Gul Bukhari.Read More →

Hillary Clinton - USA Politics News

“True to her name, Mrs. Clinton will fight this out until the last dog dies,” read the article, co-written by Andrew Stein, a Democrat who served on the New York City Council. “She won’t let a little thing like two stunning defeats stand in the way of her claim to the White House.”Read More →

Yemen War News Headline

“If the port at Hodeida is destroyed, that could create an absolutely catastrophic situation. The fighting must stop, a political debate must begin, and we must prepare a massive humanitarian response to avoid the worst next year,” UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warned.Read More →

Theresa May - Politics Headline UK News Today

Multiple reports today suggested Theresa May is trying to get a deal agreed on her own side within 48 hours. Otherwise there will not be enough time to arrange a special November summit with the other 27 EU leaders. A government source told Sky News: “Realistically at some stage on Wednesday is as late as it can go”.Read More →