Syria news: Corbyn slammed by LABOUR MPs over stance on UK military action | Politics | News

Following a series of airstrikes over the weekend by a joint force from the United States, UK and France, the Labour leader called for a “War Powers Act” which would require Commons approval for any future military intervention. Theresa May has insisted the airstrikes, which targeted President Assad’s chemical weapons facilities, were legal and “in Britain’s national interest”. But Jeremy Corbyn used an appearance on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show to question their legality and urge dialogue instead of military action. He has also refused to blame Russia for the…

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Syria bombing: Theresa May in Commons showdown LIVE | Politics | News

Theresa May insisted the Syrian airstrike on Bashar al Assad’s forces was in “Britain’s best interest” following the chemical weapons attack whih killed at least 75 people and 500 casualties. She described the attack as a “significant stain on humanity” and said the weapons used in this attack were consistant with previous attacks by Assad’s regime. The Prime Minister added that previous actions by Assad meant that the UK cannot rely on diplomatic solution alone. Mrs May said: “ “United Nations Security Council-mandated inspectors have investigated previous attacks and on four…

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Jacob Rees-Mogg reveals this moment when he was stopped and searched by police | Politics | News

Jacob Rees-Mogg was stopped-and-searched by police after entering a designated stop-and-search zone on Pall Mall. Jacob Rees-Mogg told Nick Ferrari on LBC: “The police have the powers that they need for stop-and-search and it is important that they use them as they see fit. “We did have difficulties under stop and search as the law did allow the police to declare a zone in London where they could stop anyone under anti-terrorism powers. “And they used this power to stop me when I was driving a couple of my children…

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Syria bombing: Diane Abbott in shocking Twitter gaff | Politics | News

The photo, taken from an aviation blog post from 2012, shows an Israeli fighter jet over Tehan with explosions in the background. The mocked up image was accompanied by a clear explanation that it was a computer-generated image which is “not a drawing, nor a rendering or a photo” on The Aviationist blog in March 2012. This morning, after listening to a BBC Today programme with International Development Secretary Penny Mordauntm Ms Abbott tweeted the image, captioning it: “Shocking to hear Tory minister on @BBCr4today claim that you can’t allow…

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Westminster sexual harassment: Tory MP ‘completely confident’ he will be proved innocent | Politics | News

Charlie Elphicke, 47, is accused of targeting two young women aides in incidents said to have taken place between 2015 and 2017. But the married father-of-two has denied any wrongdoing and said: “I will continue to defend myself vigorously for as long as necessary.” He spoke out after it emerged Scotland Yard officers interviewed him last month about the allegations. Backbencher Mr Elphicke, MP for Dover, had the Tory whip withdrawn after claims were made against him during the sexual harassment scandal that engulfed Westminster last year. He revealed on…

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Syria attack news: Corbyn attacked after facility to recognise RAF pilots’ bravery | Politics | News

The heated interview with BBC presenter Mr Marr saw the leader of the Labour party maintaining a yawning silence over the Army men who carried out the mission. Journalist Dominic Lawson spoke out against him, calling Mr Corbyn “cynical” and accused the Labour leader of despising everything British troops stand for. He wrote in an op-ed: “The man who would be Prime Minister — and opinion polls have Labour level pegging with the Conservatives — regards the those now serving in the British Armed Forces with, at best, complete indifference.…

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Southwest Airline makes terrifying landing in Panama City after severe weather scare | Travel News | Travel

Southwest Airline passengers aboard the flight 3461 had the fright of their lives while the pilot struggled to land the plane is stormy weather. The terrifying incident took place on Saturday night as the scheduled flight took off from Fort Lauderdale heading to New Orleans. Passengers on board were screaming, vomiting, crying and sending farewells to loved ones as they believed the worst was happening. The plane was forced to make an emergency re-fuel land in Panama City after the weather conditions worsened. The area around New Orleans was on…

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Khloe Kardashian’s Style Evolution, In Photos

In the early days of her fame, Khloe Kardashian had a closet full of little black dresses with a few pops of color for good measure and, of course, a bunch of pencil skirts ― this was the aughts, after all. Over the years, though, the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star’s style has become more refined, walking the line between sexy and sophisticated. Many of her looks came to life thanks in large part to stylist Monica Rose. Rose was credited with helping shape the Kardashian sisters’ signature styles ― the…

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Hay fever symptoms: Five remedies to help keep sneezing and itchy eyes at bay | Health | Life & Style

Hay fever symptoms are triggered when the pollen count is high, and with warm weather forecast for this week, sufferers will be desperate to know the best way to combat sneezing, a runny nose, and itchy eyes. Other symptoms of hay fever, according to the NHS, include an itchy throat, mouth, nose and ears, loss of smell, pain around your temples and forbad and headache. Unlike a cold, hay fever will last for weeks or months, making it difficult for people to contend with. Unfortunately, there is currently no cure,…

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Brigitte Macron: Emmanuel wife in united display for Syria interview | Style | Life & Style

Brigitte Macron, 65, the wife of Emmanuel Macron, 40, stood in unity with her husband as the French President fended off questions from journalists about Syria attacks. The French President’s wife looked grave as she descended the stairs to the Theatre national de Chaillot in Paris alongside Emmanuel, while Emmanuel looked to be in better spirits. Emmanuel was attending an interview with BFM television journalists and the Mediapart investigative website about the intervention of armed forces from France in Syria together with the US and the UK. Brigitte wore a…

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