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Iraq stops using $60,000 dowsing rods for bomb detection

12 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

After the July 3 suicide bomb that killed 300 people in Baghdad, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi banned the use of the ADE 651. a fake bomb detector made by British fraudsters, who claimed the gadgets could detect bombs, ivory, drugs, and golf balls. Show More Summary

Dr. Liam Fox, U.K. Secretary of State for International Trade

Dr. Liam Fox is the new Secretary of State for International Trade in Prime Minister Theresa May’s new government, and widely considered among the top two or three of the British cabinet’s senior members.  He joined me Monday morning...Show More Summary

One Month After Brexit Vote, Europe Still Divided on Britain

The British Prime Minister toured E.U. capitals last week but found no unity on their approach to Brexit

British PM May to discuss Brexit and borders in Northern Ireland

BELFAST (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May visits Northern Ireland on Monday to discuss the implications of the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union and what Brexit will mean for the province's border with Ireland.

The real reason David Cameron resigned...

3 days agoHumor : Funny or Die

The real reason David Cameron resigne... 2:03 The British Prime Minister resigned last week after Brexit but we know the real story. Submitted by: Mid-Brow Regular Keywords: UK politics comedy sketch the thick of it veep funny humour humor david cameron obama Views: 11

Prosecute ISIS War Criminals, Says Boris Johnson

3 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said that more must be done to prosecute members of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) for war crimes. Johnson, who started his new job in British Prime Minister Theresa May’s new cabinet...Show More Summary

May Says UK Aims to Maintain Close Economic Relations With France

British Prime Minister Theresa May said that London determines to maintain the closest possible economic relations with France.

May and Hollande set for Brexit talks

France has urged Britain not to draw out its negotiations to leave the European Union. ||| Berlin - British Prime Minister Theresa May heads to Paris on Thursday for Brexit talks with French President Francois Hollande after Germany agreed to give Britain more time to prepare its withdrawal from the EU. Show More Summary

British PM May in Paris to Revive Entente Cordiale After Brexit

UK Prime Minister Theresa May travels to Paris Thursday (July 21) to meet Francois Hollande, in her second foreign visit since coming to power, and will attempt to revive the spirit of the entente cordiale between the two nations.

Families of British Iraq War Victims Turn to Crowdfunding to Sue Tony Blair

The families of British soldiers killed in the Iraq War have launched a crowdfunding campaign that could result in legal action being taken against former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and other UK officials for "serious failings" associated with the British military mission in Iraq.

In first parliamentary joust, British Prime Minister Theresa May lets the zingers fly

5 days agoNews : BlogPost

LONDON — Britain’s new prime minister, Theresa May, has again confounded expectations. When she stood up at the dispatch box for her first Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday, not many expected May — often described as a cautious, pragmatic politician — to let it rip during the high-profile weekly contest in the House of Commons. […]

Question Time

Click here and watch the new British Prime Minister Theresa May scoring points. Good, solid, hits below the water line.

Theresa May takes center stage in British parliament's box-office show

LONDON (Reuters) - Theresa May used her first parliamentary grilling as Britain's new prime minister on Wednesday to taunt the opposition over women's rights, pointing out that it was her party that had made her the country's second female leader after Margaret Thatcher.

UK will heed voters on migration, but needs good EU deal: May

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she would heed the message about immigration sent by voters who chose to leave the European Union last month, but Britain also needed to make sure it got a good new deal on trade with the EU.

Nick Clegg Mounts Return To Liberal Democrats Front Bench

6 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Former British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is to return to the Liberal Democrats front bench as European Union spokesperson. Clegg, who has spent the period since his resignation as party leader in May 2015 on the backbenches as...Show More Summary

Please Take a Moment to Watch This Extremely Awkward Boris Johnson-John Kerry Press Conference

When fallout from the United Kingdom’s Brexit referendum catapulted Theresa May into the role of prime minister last week, her ascension spelled good news for another British politician: former London mayor, journalist, and Donald Trump-Owen...Show More Summary

Valuation Fallacies (Or Why The Last Big Bubble Justifies This One)

Submitted by Jeffrey Snider via Alhambra Investment Partners, Everyone knows about lies, damned lies, and statistics. The quote has been attached to Mark Twain who apparently attributed to British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. It...Show More Summary

May's Snooper's Charter Takes a Hit as ECJ Rejects Widespread Surveillance

The EU's top court has ruled that retaining data from telephone calls and emails is only legal if security agencies use it to tackle serious crime, in a blow to new British Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed Snooper's Charter legislation.

Kerry, May Hold ‘Substantive’ Discussion About US-UK Special Relashionship

Secretary of State John Kerry discussed the importance of a strong US-UK relationship with new British Prime Minister Theresa May during their first official meeting, State Department spokesman John Kirby said on Tuesday.

British PM Theresa May Holds First Cabinet Meeting, Begins Brexit

UK Prime Minister Theresa May held her first cabinet meeting Tuesday (July 19) promising to make a "success" of the Brexit negotiations as she steers her newly formed government through the choppy waters of negotiations with the EU.

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