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Friday, June 2, 2017

Friday, June 2, 2017

Emily Thornberry thinks 'Labour has a really strong chance of winning the general election'

Emily Thornberry thinks 'Labour has a really strong chance of winning the general election'

Emily Thornberry: 'Labour has a really strong chance of winning the election'

The shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry made the comments at The Sun Talks debate

Russia backs Paris climate change agreement after US decides to withdraw

Russia backs Paris climate change agreement after US decides to withdraw

Russia backs Paris climate change agreement after US decides to withdraw

The announcement of sticking with the agreement was made clear by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovitch

Mother arrested after 'pushing two-year-old down stairs at New York subway station'

Mother arrested after 'pushing two-year-old son down stairs at New York subway station'

Mother arrested after 'pushing baby son down stairs at subway station'

Local authorities claimed the child was still strapped into his pushchair when he was thrown down the stairs

Passenger on flight bound with gaffer tape after demanding more alcohol and kicking flight attendant

Passenger on flight bound with gaffer tape after demanding more alcohol and kicking flight attendant

Passenger on flight bound with gaffer tape after kicking flight attendant

The captain asked for a Malaysian Airlines passenger to be tied up after she physically and verbally abused staff

Trump administration called on State Department staffers to remove sanctions from Russia in January

Trump administration called on State Department staffers to remove sanctions from Russia in January

Trump administration called on State Department to remove Russian sanctions

Former coordinator of sanctions Dan Fried said he was asked by concerned officials to stop the sanctions from being lifted

Police find car significant to Manchester terror attack inquiry

BREAKING: Police find car significant to Manchester terror attack inquiry

BREAKING: Police find car significant to Manchester terror attack inquiry

Police in Manchester have placed a cordon around the area where they found the car

'Politicians claim they're saving us from climate change to deflect attention from other problems', says Global Warming Policy Foundation

Donald Trump totally right to quit Paris deal, says climate change sceptic Lord Lawson

Trump totally right to quit Paris deal, says climate change sceptic Lord Lawson

Lord Nigel Lawson tells Julia Hartley-Brewer there is no great threat to the planet from climate change

SunTalks: Boris Johnson blasts Jeremy Corbyn for 'siding with terrorists'

SunTalks: Boris Johnson sparks uproar by blasting Jeremy Corbyn for 'siding with terrorists'

Boris sparks uproar by blasting Jeremy Corbyn for 'siding with terrorists'

The Foreign Secretary launched an extraordinary attack on the Labour Leader, citing a supposed incident after the Brighton Bombing

SunTalks: Emily Thornberry snaps at Boris Johnson in debate

SunTalks: Emily Thornberry snaps at Boris Johnson in debate

Thornberry snaps at Boris for repeatedly interrupting her

The shadow foreign secretary admonished the Foreign Secretary for interrupting her

'The Conservatives are so arrogant the only numbers in the manifesto are page numbers', says Labour's Emily Thornberry

'Theresa May is so arrogant the only numbers in the manifesto are page numbers', says Labour's Emily Thornberry

Thornberry: 'Tories are too arrogant to even cost their manifesto'

Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Conservatives' Boris Johnson, the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable and UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn took part in a debate on Thursday

SunTalks: Boris Johnson launches assault on Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit capability

SunTalks: Boris Johnson launches assault on Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit

Boris launches assault on Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit

The Foreign Secretary was taking part in the SunTalks debate

Emily Thornberry says Labour is a collective of talent but the Tories think this is a Presidential election

Emily Thornberry mocked for saying Labour is a collective of talent

Emily Thornberry mocked for saying Labour is a collective of talent

Emily Thornberry was speaking at a debate alongside the Conservatives' Boris Johnson, UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn and the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable

SunTalks: Emily Thornberry defends spending review on defence

SunTalks: Emily Thornberry says Labour would renew Trident... but also hold a defence review

Emily Thornberry says Labour would renew Trident... but also hold defence review

The shadow foreign secretary was talking part in the SunTalks debate when the issue of Trident arose

'If Jeremy Corbyn wins the election, Brussels will only offer us a bad deal', says UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn

Jeremy Corbyn would be forced to abandon Brexit as he couldn't get a good deal, says UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn

Corbyn would be forced to abandon Brexit, says UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn

Julia Hartley-Brewer hosted a debate with UKIP's Patrick OFlynn, Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Conservatives Boris Johnson and the Liberal Democrats Vince Cable

Cable ridiculed Johnson during the SunTalks debate

Vince Cable: Boris Johnson tried to give teetotal Indians whiskey - how can he understand Brexit?

Cable ridicules Boris for giving teetotal Indians whiskey

The Conservatives' Boris Johnson, Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable and UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn took part in a debate

Election 2017: 'Theresa May can be pushed over by a puff of wind', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

Election 2017: 'Theresa May can be pushed over by a puff of wind', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

'Theresa May can be pushed over by a puff of wind', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

The UKIP group leader in the Welsh Assembly spoke to Paul Ross as he broadcasted the Full Set Breakfast live from Cardiff

I'm not pessimistic, I don't do pessimism' - Leanne Wood expresses optimism about Plaid Cymru's election chances

I'm not pessimistic, I don't do pessimism' - Leanne Wood on Plaid Cymru's election chances

'I don't do pessimism' - Leanne Wood on Plaid Cymru's election chances

The leader of the party in the Welsh Assembly spoke to Paul Ross as his Marginal Mystery Tour hits Cardiff

SunTalks: Vince Cable insists Theresa May's immigration targets are 'economic nonsense'

SunTalks: Vince Cable says Theresa May's approach to migration is 'absurd'

Vince Cable says Theresa May's approach to migration is 'absurd'

The former business secretary claimed her target for immigration was 'unreachable'

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn says he was the calm voice at The Sun Talks debate, as Boris Johnson is asked to stop talking

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn at SunTalks debate: 'It's rare we're the voice of calm'

UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn at SunTalks debate: 'It's rare we're the voice of calm'

Julia Hartley-Brewer held a debate with the Conservatives' Boris Johnson, Labour's Emily Thornberry, the Liberal Democrats' Vince Cable and UKIP's Patrick O'Flynn

SunTalks: Boris Johnson says 'we can take £350 million back'

SunTalks: Boris Johnson insists 'we can take £350 million back'

Boris insists 'we can take £350 million back'

The Foreign Secretary challenged Labour to recognise the change to 'take back huge sums of money'

SunTalks: Boris Johnson defends Theresa May's Brexit plan

SunTalks: Boris Johnson insists Theresa May has a 'clear plan' for Brexit

Boris Johnson insists Theresa May has a 'clear plan' for Brexit

The Foreign Secretary insisted the Prime Minister has a plan which is 'clearly understood' by European partners

Emily Thornberry says 'Theresa May wants to do whatever she wants with the country with no accountability'

SunTalks: Emily Thornberry says 'Theresa May wants all power, no accountability'

Thornberry: Theresa May wants all power, no accountability

Emily Thornberry made the comments at The Sun Talks Election Special Debate in association with talkRADIO

Donald Trump widely condemned for pulling out of Paris climate change agreement

Donald Trump widely condemned for pulling out of Paris climate change agreement

Trump blasted for pulling out of Paris climate change agreement

The US President said he was pulling out of the agreement to protect US jobs

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Cable sounded a defeatist tone at our SunTalks debate

Vince Cable admits he expects Tories to win election at SunTalks debate

Cable admits he expects Tories to win election

Cable breaks ranks to suggest his party has little chance of winning

Wonder Woman banned in Lebanon due to lead actress from Israel

Wonder Woman banned in Lebanon because lead actress Gal Godot is from Israel

Wonder Woman banned in Lebanon because lead actress Gal Godot is from Israel

A premiere for Wonder Woman in Beirut has also been cancelled

Reinhold Hanning was a key cog in the Auschwitz death machine

Nazi hunter: 'Death of 95-year-old Auschwitz guard Reinhold Hanning is a tragedy - he deserved to rot in jail'

Why the death of 95-year-old Auschwitz guard Reinhold Hanning is a tragedy

Hanning never suffered in prison for the appalling crimes he committed

Man 'drugged, abducted and raped by three women in South Africa'

Man 'drugged, abducted and raped by three women in South Africa'

Man 'drugged, abducted and raped by three women in South Africa'

A man claims he got into a taxi in Pretoria and was injected with a drug which made his lose consciousness

Group of Israelis reportedly cause havoc on Jewish holiday in Jerusalem

Group of Israelis 'cause havoc on Jewish holiday in Jerusalem'

Group of Israelis 'cause havoc on Jewish holiday in Jerusalem'

The group are believed to have marched through the neighbourhood of Silwan, shouting insults at Palestinians and vandalising vehicles

Full Fact has crunched the numbers behind Theresa May's manifesto

The Conservative election manifesto: fact checked

The Conservative election manifesto: fact checked

Do Theresa May's numbers stack up? Well independent monitoring group Full Fact has done some crunching

19-year-old sentenced to death for adultery, despite 'being raped at gunpoint by cousin'

19-year-old who was 'raped at gunpoint' sentenced to death for adultery in Pakistan

19-year-old who was 'raped at gunpoint' sentenced to death in Pakistan

Local media say a tribal court operating outside of the official justice system ruled that a woman named Shumaila should be stoned to death or sold

Migrants in Calais erect flaming barricade built of branches

Migrants in Calais erect flaming barricade built of branches

Migrants in Calais erect flaming barricade built of branches

Dams were erected on the roads leading to the port to attempt to board trucks bound for England before the jungle was dismantled

Afghan Cricket Board cancels matches with Pakistan after Kabul explosion

Afghan Cricket Board cancels matches with Pakistan after Kabul explosion

Afghan Cricket Board cancels matches with Pakistan after Kabul explosion

The board released a statement to say it wouldn't play matches with a country who reportedly "provide safe haven" for terrorists

Youth Congress members arrested in India for 'slaughtering calf'

Youth Congress members arrested in India for 'slaughtering calf'

Youth Congress members arrested in India for 'slaughtering calf'

Members of the Youth Congress took part in a demonstration against a government ruling banning the sale of cattle for slaughter

Women's Equality Party raises four times as much as UKIP from donations

New blow for UKIP as figures show election donations plummeting

New blow for UKIP as figures show election donations plummeting

In the penultimate week of the general election campaign the Women's Equality Party received £71,552 whereas UKIP only took £16,300

Donald Trump: 'The Chinese aren't stupid and don't believe in the Paris climate deal either', says columnist

Donald Trump is right to pull out of Paris climate deal, says James Delingpole

Trump is right to pull out of Paris deal, says James Delingpole

Breitbart columnist and climate change denier tells Julia Hartley-Brewer money spent on this issue would be better spent on clean water and eradicating diseases

Nigel Farage is 'person of interest' in FBI Trump-Russia probe, reports claim

Nigel Farage is 'person of interest' in FBI Trump-Russia probe, reports claim

The Guardian claims FBI investigators want to talk to former UKIP leader

Turkish court acquits two men suspected of aiding honour killing of their sister in Berlin

Turkish court acquits two men of aiding their sister's honour killing after she refused to wear headscarf

Turkish court acquits two men of aiding their sister's honour killing

Alparslan and Mutlu Surucu were acquitted of the killing of their younger sister Hatun in 2005

Fire severely damages gay nightclub in Texas

Massive fire rips through gay nightclub in Texas

Massive fire rips through gay nightclub in Texas

The roof of the nightclub has collapsed and officials say the building is a total loss

New footage of Orlando Pulse shooting shows harrowing moment police confront gunman Omar Mateen

New footage of Orlando Pulse gay nightclub shooting shows harrowing moment police confront gunman Omar Mateen

New footage of Orlando Pulse shooting shows moment police confront gunman

A total of 30 videos of bodycam footage has been released to the Orlando Sentinel

Ian Paterson victim tells Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'I was just a hobby, he was playing god'

Ian Paterson victim tells Julia Hartley-Brewer: 'I was just a hobby, he was playing god'

Ian Paterson victim says, 'I was just a hobby, he was playing god'

A victim of Ian Paterson tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that what he has done is unforgivable and others must have known it was going on at the time

Fugitive and bounty hunters die in shootout at Texas car dealership

Fugitive and bounty hunters die in shootout at Texas car dealership

Fugitive and bounty hunters die in shootout at Texas car dealership

The incident took place in front of customers at the location in Greenville, northeast of Dallas

Vladimir Putin said the Russian state is not involved in hacking

Vladimir Putin says Russian hackers could not have affected US election

Putin says Russian hackers could not have affected US election

Putin: Russian hackers could not have influenced US election

'Jeremy Corbyn was waiting to see how well the Tories were doing, before annoucing decision on debate', says New European

'Jeremy Corbyn didn't change his mind - he was just waiting for Theresa May', says Paul Mason

'Corbyn didn't change his mind - he was just waiting for Theresa May'

Paul Mason tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that he isn't sure whether Jeremy Corbyn actually changed his decision on the debate

Donald Trump to announce decision on Paris climate change agreement

Donald Trump to announce decision on Paris climate change agreement

Reports have claimed the US president looks set to withdraw from the global agreement, which many have said would be a 'serious mistake'

Reinhold Hanning was sent to Auschwitz after being wounded in battle

Nazi Auschwitz guard Reinhold Hanning dies aged 95

Nazi Auschwitz guard Reinhold Hanning dies aged 95

Hanning was convicted of 170,000 counts of accessory to murder last year

Julian Assange reportedly considering offer to host US radio show

Julian Assange reportedly considering offer to host pro-Trump radio show

Julian Assange reportedly considering offer to host pro-Trump radio show

The Wikileaks founder said he was 'looking into' the opportunity after Sean Hannity offered him the chance to guest-host

Martina Navratilova won 18 Grand Slams during her playing career

Gay tennis legend Martina Navratilova calls Margaret Court 'a racist and a homophobe'

Martina Navratilova calls Margaret Court 'a racist and a homophobe'

Martina Navratilova is calling for the Margaret Court Arena to be renamed as the Evonne Goolagong Arena after her homophobic comments

Florida police release dash cam footage of Tiger Woods' arrest

Florida police release dash cam footage of Tiger Woods' arrest

Florida police release dash cam footage of Tiger Woods' arrest

The former world Number one golfer is due to appear in court to face a charge of driving under the influence

Tory candidate blasts Theresa May for 'f****** it up' over 'dementia tax' as Labour grow in polls

Tory candidate blasts Theresa May for 'f****** it up' after debate debacle

Tory candidate blasts Theresa May for 'f****** it up' after debate debacle

Conservative candidates claim Theresa May is running a weakening election campaign as the gap between the party and Labour closes

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Woman let 'almost 80 feral cats roam around home filled with rubbish'

Woman 'let almost 80 feral cats roam around home filled with rubbish'

Woman 'let almost 80 feral cats roam around home filled with rubbish'

A woman was banned from keeping cats, but has now been fined after breaching her anti-social behaviour order

Nurse thrown out of profession after having sex with homeless teenage patient

Nurse thrown out of profession after having sex with homeless teenage patient

Nurse thrown out of profession after having sex with homeless teenage patient

The nurse said he took the risk for love, but it backfired

North Korea creates its own tablet called the iPad

North Korea creates its own tablet called the iPad

North Korea creates its own tablet called the iPad

A company named Ryonghung has launched a new tablet which runs on a customised version of the Android system

'Runaway May is a coward' - Twitter reacts to Theresa May's absence from TV debate

'Runaway May is a coward' - Twitter reacts to Theresa May's absence from TV debate

'Runaway May is a coward' - Twitter reacts to Theresa May's absence from debate

Theresa May will not attend the BBC debate, even though Jeremy Corbyn will appear

Election 2017: Jeremy Corbyn's 'costed manifesto' claim examined

Do Jeremy Corbyn's 'money tree' election promises actually stand up to scrutiny?

Do Jeremy Corbyn's 'money tree' election promises actually stand up to scrutiny?

Jeremy Corbyn and shadow chancellor John McDonnell included a number of lavish spending pledges in their manifesto. But do the numbers stack up?

Militants throw grenade at police officers in India, injuring four

Militants throw grenade at police officers in India, injuring four

Militants throw grenade at police officers in India, injuring four

The incident happened near a bank in Sopore, Baramulla district

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