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What can Britain learn from the US on links between economic distress and poor health?

Social angst contributes to ill health; there is much that can be done locally to combat this, but government action is needed too Theresa May, in her first speech as prime minister, stood on the steps of Downing Street and referred to the glaring injustice of gaps in life expectancy and declared her intention to solve it by governing for everyone. Show More Summary

French press review 17 November 2017

There are evergrowing suspicions that Russia is and has been manipulating the outcome of Western elections and referendums. UK Prime Minister Theresa May warns Rusian President Vladimir Putin to be a good chap. Or else. Why is Saad Hariri,...Show More Summary

Britain's May weathers new challenges on Brexit plan, more to come

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May withstood new attempts to force concessions on her blueprint for leaving the European Union on Wednesday, the second day of a parliamentary debate that is deepening divisions over Brexit.

Britain's cyber security chief warns of Russian interference

LONDON (AP) — Britain's cyber security chief says Russian hackers are targeting the country's telecommunications systems, media and energy networks. Ciaran Martin's stark warning comes after Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday saidShow More Summary

'Mutineers' hit back as tensions rise over Brexit bill

Lawmakers from British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative party reacted angrily Wednesday after a newspaper labelled them "mutineers" for challenging the government's Brexit legislation, saying they would only fight harder. After...Show More Summary

Britain's May sees off challenges to Brexit plan, so far

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's blueprint to leave the European Union emerged unscathed on Tuesday from a first day of debate in parliament on legislation to sever ties with the bloc.

10 times official Russian government accounts have trolled the US and UK on Twitter

Russia uses its official government Twitter accounts to rebuke its critics and troll Western leaders. On Tuesday, Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs tweeted a satirical response to UK Prime Minister Theresa May's criticism of Moscow's...Show More Summary

Russia: UK's criticism attempt to deflect public attention

Russia's Foreign Ministry has lashed back at British Prime Minister Theresa May, saying her attack on Russia was an attempt to distract public attention from problems at home. Prime Minister … Click to Continue »

May Brexit offer would hurt, cost EU citizens: EU parliament

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's offer of "settled status" for EU residents is flawed and will leave them with fewer rights after Brexit, the European Parliament's Brexit coordinator said on Tuesday.

Embattled PM embarks on parliamentary Brexit clash

British Prime Minister Theresa May begins a major parliamentary battle over Brexit on Tuesday, as tensions rise within her own scandal-hit cabinet. Lawmakers will have their first chance to scrutinise the EU Withdrawal Bill, which would formally end Britain's membership of the European Union and transfer four decades of EU legislation into UK law. Show More Summary

Britain’s May slams Russia for election meddling and fake news (unlike President Trump)

6 days agoNews : BlogPost

LONDON — Dispensing with diplomatic niceties, British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday night charged Putin’s Russia with attempting to “undermine free societies” and “sow discord” in Britain and the West by “weaponizing information” and “deploying its state-run media organizations to plant fake stories.” “So I have a very simple message for Russia. We know […]

Russia Using Disinformation To 'Sow Discord In West,' Britain's Prime Minister Says

6 days agoNews : The Two-Way

Theresa May, delivering what has been described as a major foreign policy address, warned the Kremlin that its campaign to "weaponize information" will not succeed.

Theresa May accuses Russia of launching a 'fake news' war against the West

Theresa May accuses Putin's regime of seeking to meddle in Western elections. Prime Minister says the West must resist Russian propaganda war. She accuses Russia of using fake news websites and social media to "sow discord" in the West. She...Show More Summary

Embattled PM embarks on parliamentary Brexit clash

British Prime Minister Theresa May begins a major parliamentary battle over Brexit on Tuesday, facing competing demands by MPs to change her strategy as tensions rise among her scandal-hit ministers. MPs will have their first chanceShow More Summary

Russia will fail in efforts to undermine West: British PM

Russia will not succeed in efforts to sow discord in the West, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday. In an annual address to the Lord Mayor's Banquet, she catalogued various Russian actions -- from the annexation of Crimea...Show More Summary

UK prime minister says Putin aims to 'weaponize' information

Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain and its allies will work together to fight Russian actions that threaten the international order. May, in remarks released ahead of her speech for … Click to Continue »

British PM May pledges to protect Europe from Russian threats

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday the government would maintain its commitment to protecting Europe after Brexit as she accused Russia of military aggression and meddling in elections.

Weaker than ever, May faces test in UK parliament over Brexit plans

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May's blueprint for Britain's exit from the European Union faces a crucial test starting on Tuesday, when lawmakers try to win concessions from a weakened leader on the government's legislation to sever ties.

Britain considers diplomatic protection for jailed aid worker in Iran

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's government is considering granting diplomatic protection to a jailed aid worker in Iran as part of an effort to secure her release from a jail in the Islamic Republic.

From "BTFD" To "Sell The Rip": Global Stocks Slide, Nikkei Tumbles, Pound Plunges

S&P futures gave up early gains and were trading down -0.2%, as Donald Trump completes his first Asian tour and as pressure mounts on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, sending the pound plunging. European stocks fell, tracking many Asian...Show More Summary

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