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The Guardian view on post-Brexit politics: in place of leadership | Editorial

Cometh the hour, cometh the hollow man. Britain is amid its deepest political crisis since the second world war, a crisis that is, in no small part, of Boris Johnson’s making. He lent the leave campaign his feel-good jokes about being pro-having cake and pro-eating it, and served as its cheery, optimistic face, not because he profoundly believed that Britain ...

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Half of Republican Voters Wish They Had a Different Nominee

Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore / Flickr For all the talk of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s likability problem, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump is facing incredible resistance from members of his own political party. A new Fox News poll out Wednesday shows that while Democrats prefer Clinton over rival Bernie Sanders by 21 points, a majority of Republicans wish they had ...

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Trump creepily eavesdropped on club employees’ conversations from his bedroom, former staff claims

Serious allegations emerged Wednesday against presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and his conduct toward employees at the Mar-a-Lago Golf Club and Resort.According to Buzzfeed.com, campaign personnel have flatly dismissed the charges as untrue, but at least six former Mar-a-Lago employees have corroborated the story. Donald Trump, they said, had a special phone console by his bed at the 126-room ...

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FBI Transcript Shows Nobody Died in Orlando Shooting Until SWAT Teams Entered the Building: Judge Napolitano

What should have been front page news everywhere, somehow got buried amid the official narrative we were given about the Orlando shooting. Judge Andrew Napolitano told FOX News that an FBI transcript indicated that no one died until 05:13am Sunday morning when the police SWAT teams entered the building. “Here’s what is news in the summary – nobody died until 05:13 in ...

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Boris's career undone by a Poundland Lord and Lady MacGove

Even the most sophisticated of wife-swapping parties can end in tears. The Conservative annual fundraiser at the Hurlingham Club had started so well. Car keys had been flung into a solid silver bowl and leavers and remainers were happily getting off with one another. “I know I called you a duplicitous, lying moron during the referendum campaign,” they cooed to ...

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Brexit stress is filtering down to children. Adults must talk to them | Diane Taylor

One of the first racist incidents to be reported in the hours following the referendum result involved leaflets found outside a Cambridgeshire school bearing the message “no more Polish vermin”. In the days since there have been many more episodes of hatred and discrimination documented at schools. The headteacher of the Hartstown Academy in Margate, Kent, which has pupils from ...

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Labour is partly to blame for the racists’ capture of the EU debate | Giles Fraser: Loose canon

The problem wasn’t that Jeremy Corbyn gave lacklustre support to the remain campaign. The problem was that he gave it any support at all. Imagine how different things could have been if he had come out full-throttle for Brexit – like he did in the 1975 referendum. Indeed, Corbyn may have been one of the few people in a position ...

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'Unprecedented': Scientists Declare Global Climate Emergency After Jet Stream Crosses Equator

Scientist Paul BeckwithPhoto Credit: YouTube Climate scientists this week expressed alarm after “unprecedented” data showed the Northern Hemisphere Jet Stream crossing the Equator. In a column on Tuesday, environmental blogger Robert Scribbler noted that the Northern Hemisphere Jet Stream had merged with the Southern Hemisphere Jet Stream. “It’s the very picture of weather weirding due to climate change. Something that would ...

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‘This is politically motivated’: Missouri police shoot Black Panther Party official to death

A week after reports that Belleville, Missouri police had shot and killed a man in an exchange of gunfire outside of an apartment complex, reports are now surfacing that the man was a member of the National Revolutionary Black Panther Party. Organization officials confirmed to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that Angelo Brown was also a national officer within the organization, ...

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Gove's thunderbolt and Boris's breaking point: a shocking Tory morning

Boris Johnson was still the favourite to be Britain’s next prime minister at 9.01am, as he prepared to launch his campaign at an upmarket hotel near St James’s Park. But unbeknown to him, Michael Gove, his key ally and Brexit running mate, had made the decision to run against him at least 12 hours before then. Gove had thrown his ...

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Jeremy Corbyn: judge people on values and actions – video

At a press conference on antisemitism in the Labour party on Thursday, Jeremy Corbyn says that just as ‘Jewish friends’ are not responsible for the actions of the Israeli government, ‘Muslim friends’ cannot be held responsible for the actions of Islamic states Source link

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Another U.S. Proxy Force Defeated By ISIS – Incompetent Training or Intent?

The U.S. military has again failed in one of the training programs it runs in support of fighting the Islamic State. Earlier training missions had failed to create competent and willing forces. Supplies for U.S. supported forces ended on the black markets or directly in the hands of the Islamic State. Is all this really incapability or is there some intent behind ...

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For Freedoms, a Super PAC Where Art Meets Politics

There’s a new player in the political donor class, and it’s a far cry from the Koch brothers, Priorities USA or any deep pockets on either side of the aisle. For Freedoms is an artist-led super PAC created by Hank Willis Thomas and Eric Gottesman, who are artists themselves. As the two pointed out in a recent phone interview, “Sometimes ...

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Bye bye, Boris, the man who wouldn’t clear up his own mess | Marina Hyde

Here comes Boris Johnson, half an hour before deadline closes. He’s going to chuck his hat in the ring like Blackadder’s Lord Flashheart, isn’t he? “I’ve got a plan, and it’s as hot as my pants!” Except he isn’t. Standing at a podium bearing not a soaring campaign slogan, but the rather more prosaic “ST ERMIN’S HOTEL”, the leading political ...

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Jon Snow doesn’t deserve to be king

In the Game of Thrones season 6 finale – spoilers ahead imminently – the vassals of House Stark celebrated Jon Snow and Sansa Stark’s victory in the Battle of Winterfell by reaffirming their allegiance to their old suzerains – and by proclaiming Jon Snow the King in the North. It’s truly a new role for Jon… Continue reading

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Boris Johnson rules himself out of Tory leadership race

Boris Johnson has unexpectedly ruled himself out of the Conservative leadership race after a turbulent morning in the contest, hours after his key ally Michael Gove challenged him for the top job. Speaking at a hotel in central London, Johnson said the agenda for the next prime minister was for the UK to become a more outward-looking nation that resets ...

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Theresa May launches Tory leadership bid with pledge to unite country

Theresa May has launched her bid for the Conservative leadership, pledging that “Brexit means Brexit” and there would be no general election before 2020. The home secretary, who campaigned to remain in the EU, positioned herself as the candidate of stability and experience against Boris Johnson and Michael Gove, who were both in the leave camp. Asked for her pitch, ...

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Clinton and Warren: It Might Be Exactly the Right Time

Photo Credit: Evan El-Amin / Shutterstock.com One of the more tedious political parlor games in any presidential election is now fully underway—vice presidential speculation. On the Republican side we have the unusual spectacle of far more people running away from the possibility than coyly making themselves available. It seems few people wish to end their political careers this year by ...

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Michael Gove just delivered the biggest blow to Boris Johnson’s career yet | Matthew d’Ancona

Michael Gove’s sensational entry to the Tory leadership race has electrified a contest that had hitherto been proceeding predictably enough towards a final round between Theresa May and Boris Johnson. The justice secretary’s statement tears up the script and adds an intriguing new dimension to the post-referendum landscape. Gove’s announcement is remarkable in three primary respects. First, that it exists ...

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Did we used to have two sleeps instead of one? Should we again?

Around a third of the population have trouble sleeping, including difficulties maintaining sleep throughout the night. While night time awakenings are distressing for most sufferers, there is some evidence from our recent past that suggests this period of wakefulness occurring between two separate sleep periods was the norm. Throughout history there have been numerous accounts of segmented sleep, from medical ...

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Michael Gove announces surprise bid for Tory leadership – Brexit live

Good morning and welcome to our daily EU referendum live blog. Here’s the morning briefing to run you through the latest developments and what we expect to happen throughout the day. Please do leave your comments below the line, or you can find me on Twitter @nadiakhomami. Theresa May and Boris Johnson set to announce bids The coming battle between ...

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I’ve joined the Lib Dems so we can beat Brexit in a general election | Iain Row

I’m an ordinary guy. Until this week, I’ve never been particularly engaged politically, and certainly never joined a party. I preferred to trust that our centuries-old political traditions would see us right without much input from people like me, who could have our say every few years and otherwise get on with our lives. That belief has been demolished this ...

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Despicable Bedfellows: NRA Endorses Trump with $2 Million National Ad Campaign

Photo Credit: Screen capture / YouTube Here’s a match made in the fire-pits of hell: Donald Trump just received an endorsement in the form of a $2 million national ad campaign sponsored by the NRA Political Victory Fund. The 30-second spot “Stop Clinton, Vote Trump” is narrated by Marine Corps veteran Mark Geist, a survivor of the 2012 terrorist attack ...

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Steve Bell’s If … Obi-Jez Corbyn invited to fall on his lightsaber

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US to implement ‘unaccompanied’ military tours in Turkey: report

Members of the US Army monitor the departures area at John F. Kennedy international Airport in the Queens borough of New York, U.S., on June 29, 2016. (Reuters/Andrew Kelly) The United States is moving toward permanently banning families from accompanying U.S. military and civilian personnel in Turkey, reflecting worsening security conditions there, two U.S. defense sources said on Wednesday. The ...

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Land Registry sell-off 'is short-term profiteering', warns Labour MP

The government’s plan to privatise the Land Registry is “a purely political exercise” that will bring higher fees for consumers and undermine efforts to make the housing market more transparent, says David Lammy, a former Labour minister. The MP for Tottenham, north London, will lead a debate in parliament on Thursday arguing against the proposed £1bn-plus sale of the registry, ...

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UK industrial decline not all Margaret Thatcher’s fault | Letters

Mike Carter’s piece (My walk through the wasteland whose people voted leave, 27 June) rightly shows abhorrence for the grossly irresponsible economic policies of the first Thatcher government and their impact on radically reducing the number of industrial jobs. But understanding the plight of deindustrialised parts of Britain is not helped by the implication that this process began in the 1980s. ...

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Do We Really Need Another White Lady in Jeopardy Movie? 'The Shallows' and Hollywood's Empathy Gap

Photo Credit: Screenshot / Facebook How many brown people have to die so that Blake Lively can live? That question is explored in “The Shallows,” the new carnivorous shark B-movie from schlock maestro Jaume Collet-Serra (“Orphan”) that’s like “Open Water” with more posterior shots. Collet-Serra so favors Ms. Lively’s backside that he appears to be moonlighting as her proctologist. In “The ...

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CNN guest has ‘reality check’ for Trump: The CIA isn’t going to waterboard for you

Philip Mudd speaks to Anderson Cooper on June 29, 2016. (Media Matters) Former CIA and FBI official Philip Mudd shot down Donald Trump’s idea that he could re-establish waterboarding in an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Thursday, Media Matters reported. “In the midst of a political season, let’s have a reality check,” Mudd said. “In August of 2002, the ...

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China, Britain and Brexit: vote to leave EU robs 'golden relationship' of its lustre

It was all sealed over a pint of Greene King IPA. One Thursday evening in October 2015, David Cameron strode into a Buckinghamshire pub with another of the world’s most powerful men to toast the beginning of a golden era of relations between the UK and China. Addressing Britain’s parliament the previous day, President Xi Jinping of China had gushed ...

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By making the EU vote a generational issue, we grow ever more divided | Letters

Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett’s feature on family rifts caused by the Brexit vote is pertinent (‘I can barely look at my parents’, G2, 28 June). The cleavage over the referendum is dramatic enough to impact on all sectors and institutions. But shouldn’t she point out to the friend she quotes, who is “worried Brexit has made [her/him] ageist” and who felt ...

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Theresa May sets out ‘one-nation Conservative’ pitch for leadership

Theresa May has sought to cast herself as a “one nation” Tory figure who can unite the UK and her party amid divisions in the wake of last week’s Brexit vote as she set out her pitch for the Conservative party leadership. As well as portraying herself as unifier, the home secretary’s opening salvo in the contest saw her portray ...

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First Transgender Nominee from a Major Party to Run for U.S. Senate Credits Bernie Sanders for Inspiration

Photo Credit: Washington Examiner/Twitter Salt Lake City resident Misty K. Snow, claimed the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate late Tuesday, and is, coincidentally, one of two transgender candidates named Misty to win primaries nationally; The other is Colorado Springs’ Misty Plowright. Though they have already won impressive victories, both face major uphill battles with Republican incuments in the fall. While ...

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After spamming foreign MPs, ‘self-financing’ Trump hits up Facebook fans for money

Donald Trump appears in a video attached to a fundraising plea on his Facebook page on June 29, 2016. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump — who boasted throughout the primary that he was self-financing his campaign — used his Facebook page as a fundraising platform on Thursday. A short video featuring the presumptive GOP nominee’s views on immigration was attached ...

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Mark Carney expected to calm fears for financial markets

The governor of the Bank of England is to use a speech on Thursday to try to calm fears that Britain’s financial system could experience a heart-stopping shock following last week’s vote to leave the EU. Mark Carney is expected to say the contingency plans put in place by Threadneedle Street have kept funds flowing in the City and bolstered ...

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Fear of UK civil service paralysis over EU negotiations

Senior civil servants are worried that a new body meant to co-ordinate Britain’s exit from the EU could struggle with the workload because of a lack of expertise and resources. Mandarins have privately expressed concerns that government departments could be paralysed because implementation of a Brexit comes at a time of staff cuts and redundancies. This comes as the government ...

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We Need Homelessness Solutions: Not Just Housing, but Jobs

homeless manPhoto Credit: Rui Duarte/Flickr CC There is an unprecedented, coordinated media effort unfolding in San Francisco right now with the goal of pushing politicians and the public to take a closer look at homelessness. The increased spotlight on the issue is a good start, but we also need to devote more attention to proven solutions. Clearly people who are ...

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New rules give protesters more leeway at Republican convention

Trump supporters (L) and anti-Trump demonstrators clash on either side of a police car outside a campaign event for Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump in San Diego, California, U.S. May 27, 2016. REUTERS/David McNew A federal judge on Wednesday authorized a new plan allowing protesters at next month’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland to demonstrate in an area that ...

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Theresa May and Boris Johnson set to announce Tory leadership bids

Theresa May and Boris Johnson will on Thursday both announce they are running to become leader of the Conservative party, with each claiming to be the unifying candidate Britain needs as its prime minister after the divisive EU referendum. The home secretary will be the first to make her ambitions known in a speech at around 9.30am, saying the UK ...

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Everything will be on the table in Brexit talks, says French minister

In the first hint that European leaders may be willing to discuss changes to the EU’s existing freedom of movement rules as part of a new relationship with the UK, the French finance minister Michel Sapin has said everything will be on the table in the future talks with the UK, including freedom of movement. His softer line contrasted with ...

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The Guardian view on the UK and Europe: a binary choice | Editorial

“Fog in the Channel, continent cut off”: the phrase may be worn out, but sadly it applies to much of what has been unfolding in the aftermath of the British referendum. Britain is now caught up in such an unprecedented level of domestic political, institutional and financial turmoil that it risks finding itself in a solipsistic bubble, not fully grasping ...

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Trump Slammed With FEC Complaint for 'Knowingly and Illegally' Soliciting Foreign Donations

Donald Trump has been showered with accusations of financial impropriety, from fraud suits levied against his now-defunct Trump University, to charges that the presidential candidate drastically inflates his charitable donations. To add fuel to the monetary fire, Trump is now facing repercussions for poor fundraising acumen; on Wednesday, the Federal Elections Committee filed a complaint against Donald J. Trump for President ...

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Trump ‘violating black-letter federal law’ by spamming foreign politicians for money: watchdog

A nonpartisan campaign watchdog filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission demanding action against Donald Trump — who they say has violated federal law by asking foreign officials to donate to his presidential campaign. A Scottish member of parliament revealed that Trump’s campaign had solicited her by email for campaign funding, which she said was then followed up with ...

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Labour deputy leader Tom Watson calls for Jeremy Corbyn to resign

Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, has become the most senior party figure to call on Jeremy Corbyn to resign, intensifying the pressure on the leader. “It’s a great tragedy. He does have a members’ mandate, but those members who join a political party know that you also need a parliamentary mandate if you’re to form a government,” Watson told the ...

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Whoever the leader is, Labour may never recover from this crisis | John Harris

The Labour party must currently be thinking collective thoughts akin to the old card player’s term: Who dealt this mess anyway? More than 80% of its MPs are now formally estranged from not just the leader, but from the 40 other MPs who support him. In a cruel twist of fate, the spectre of the sainted Tony Benn hangs over the ...

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15 reasons to be cheerful, post Brexit | Lauren Bravo

Just now, it seems we could all use some reasons to be cheerful. I would have borrowed Ian Dury and the Blockheads, only the line about “the working folly” suddenly feels contentious. But Dury was right: even in the murkiest of times, while the country lurches into an uncertain future and our governance falls apart like wet tissue, there is ...

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Post Brexit, Bernie Sanders Pens Impassioned NY Times Op-Ed: 'Democrats Need to Wake Up'

Bernie Sanders penned an op-ed in the New York Times Tuesday, eviscerating the economic policies “established and maintained by the world’s economic elite” that “is failing people everywhere.” Discussing some of the factors that prompted British voters last week to leave the European Union, Sanders wrote that workers in Britain “have turned their backs on the European Union and a ...

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Texas abortion case cost taxpayers in the state more than $1 million

The legal battle to defend Texas’ 2013 abortion restrictions — which the U.S. Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional on Monday — cost Texas taxpayers more than $1 million, according to records obtained by The Texas Tribune. In a 5-3 vote, the high court overturned provisions of House Bill 2 that required all Texas facilities performing abortions to meet hospital-like standards and forced ...

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Working in the EU: can UK allow easy entry just to migrants with jobs?

Restricting EU labour migration to Britain to the 70% who already have a job lined up is the strongest option in the government’s search for a way to cut immigration while keeping the freedom of movement needed to stay within Europe’s single market. Both of the Conservative leadership frontrunners, Boris Johnson and Theresa May, have backed the idea that the ...

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