May to reshuffle govt in new year reboot as Brexit looms

British Prime Minister Theresa May will begin reshuffling her cabinet Monday in a bid to reassert authority after a torrid 2017 in which she lost her working majority and several ministers to scandals. The long-awaited shake-up arrives ahead of another year of potentially bruising battles over Brexit, as talks with the European Union enter a key… Please follow and like us:

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Uber board agrees to clear path for SoftBank investment, reports say

Uber’s board agreed Sunday to a deal opening the way for a consortium of investors led by Japanese conglomerate SoftBank to buy a significant stake in the ride-hailing company, moving Uber toward going public, according to press reports. The Softbank-led consortium’s investment in Uber could be worth up to $10 billion, Reuters reported, citing two unidentified… Please follow and like us:

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FRANCE – Macron faces first major street protests of his presidency

French President Emmanuel Macron faces the first major street protests of his tenure on Tuesday as one of the country’s biggest trade unions prepares to lead demonstrations against his planned labour reforms. Members of the CGT, France’s second largest trade union, are readying themselves to lead demonstrations across the country against a reform package that promises… Please follow and like us:

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‘Don’t Read the Press’: Russia Laughs Off Trump Reports

Russia’s foreign spokeswoman warned that reading the U.S. press is unhealthy and dangerous after reports that U.S. President Donald Trump shared highly-classified intelligence with Moscow. “Have you guys been reading American newspapers again,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova posted on Facebook, after receiving “tens” of messages about an article in the Washington Post that quickly… Please follow and like us:

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Trump scorches Obama, teaches GOP how to fight back

TAMPA, March 6, 2017 – Only 24 hours after a widely praised address to the Joint Session of Congress, the Trump White House found itself back on the defensive. The liberal media, and democrats, keep pounding the Russia drum, and by the end of the week Attorney General Jeff Sessions was weakened. President Trump then again… Please follow and like us:

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