Hawaii volcano eruption update: Kilauea lava seen from SPACE in aerial pictures | World | News

The US astronaut took a photo of the erupting Hawaii volcano during a night-time flyby of the planet below. Mr Arnold who is currently onboard the International Space Station (ISS) shared the incredible volcano photograph on Twitter. The astronaut tweeted: “The pumpkin orange lava flows of Kilauea aglow during the predawn hours over the Pacific Ocean.” The aerial photograph comes a month after fellow NASA astronaut Drew Feustel captured a photograph of Kilauea smokestacks rising from the lava’s ocean entry point in Kapoho. The ISS astronaut said he could “still…

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Brexit news: Gina Miller rallies Remoaners to pressure Government into 2nd vote | UK | News

The outspoken anti-Brexit campaigner claimed the will of the British people had changed as she delivered a speech to thousands of Remainers gathered at the “March for a People’s vote.” Addressing the crowd in central London, Ms Miller said: “It is simply dishonest for them in that House to say that they still believe the will of the people is the same as it was two years ago. “Together we must stand up, demand our voices are heard, demand a people’s vote.” Ms Miller continued: “It’s time we took this…

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Turkey elections 2018: Latest polls as Erdogan threatened by Ince | World | News

On Sunday, June 24, Turkey will vote to decide its president and parliament with current president Recep Tayyip Erdogan running for a second term. President Erdogan has managed to win every vote during his 15 years in power and is hoping his recently called snap election will grant him another term. The vote is significant because after the result has been announced, new powers that had been approved in a referendum in 2017 will come into effect, giving the president an elevated role. Presidency in Turkey was once a ceremonial…

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London news: Harrow stabbing hours after Greenford murder, Sadiq Khan under pressure | UK | News

Emergency services were called to the scene in South Harrow this morning after receiving reports of a stabbing.  An air ambulance landed on fields to take the casualty to hospital. Harrow Borough Police and the London Ambulance Service’s paramedics are at the scene.  Harrow police released a short statement on Twitter.   They wrote: “#harrowAteam @LDNairamb and @LAS_Harrow responding to a stabbing in #southHarrow. “Injuries not believed to be life-threatening”  The news was received with horror by Harrow residents.  A social media users wrote on Twitter: “I could see the helicopter…

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Remainer claims DEBUNKED: Investors say Brexit has had a POSITIVE impact on the economy | UK | News

Two years on from the historic vote to leave the European Union, about 75 percent of investors declared the Brexit vote either made a positive impact on their trading, or made no difference to their funds in the stock market, according to a poll. Richard Stone, stockbroking boss from the The Share Centre, surveyed 1,500 clients for the research. He said: “It is certainly the case that personal investors’ fears of the impacts of a vote to Leave on the stock-market have not materialised. “For most personal investors rising markets…

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Brexit news: Remoaner Cable SHUT DOWN with THIS brilliant point about Brexit | UK | News

The Liberal Democrat leader has long called for a second Brexit referendum to give British people a vote on the final deal with the European Union. But after voicing criticism about the lack of a deal with the bloc, a seemingly confused BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty shut him down pointing out the Government had until March 2019 to find an agreement. Ms Munchetty said: “What’s unclear to you at the moment? “Because it was never expected that a deal would be done right now, would be presented right now.” The…

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Hawaii volcano eruption: Lava blasts from MORE fissures as bush fires sparked | World | News

Kilauea volcano’s wrath continues to threaten locals on the Big Island as a number of fissures burst into life over the last 24 hours.  Plumes of toxic smoke are expected to spread to the west of the island over the weekend. The Hawaii Fire Department were also called at 12.15pm local time, after high levels of heat in the region sparked a raging bush fire near Puuanahulu, causing Highway 190 to remain closed. Highway 190 was closed for a few hours although the road is now open for vehicles, but…

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People’s vote campaigner SHUT DOWN over claims UK will be less sovereign after Brexit | UK | News

Femi Oluwole, a campaigner wanting a second Brexit vote, claimed the Brexit transitional period would leave the UK as one of the least sovereign countries. Mr Oluwole, a co-founder of Our Future, Our Choice said: “Nobody is getting what they voted for. We have been touring the country as part of the People’s Vote campaign asking people in Leave areas, Hull, Darlington, Swansea, Sunderland – and we’ve been asking them how do you think it is going? “Nobody thinks it is going well, everyone thinks it is going terribly. Only 11…

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EU’s big plan to thwart migrant crisis fails before it begins | World | News

The European Commission announced a plan to set up migrant screening centres on African soil to try and reduce the number of people making the perilous journey across the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. But Dimitri’s Avramopoulos, the European Commissioner for migration, admitted that Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Niger and Tunisia had not been consulted about the plans and that no official proposals had been lodged with them. Tahar Cherif, the Tunisian Ambassador to the EU said: “The proposal was put to the head of our government a few months ago…

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Guy Verhofstadt FUMES after EU exposed for not planning for UK expats | UK | News

The prime minister of Belgium revealed that there are concerns about the lack of preparations being made in many EU countries as the UK’s deadline to leave the EU gets closer.  The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has already shared a detailed settled status scheme that could allow up to four million EU citizens to stay in the UK. However, he expressed concerns and frustration after officials said they have not heard about what measures many European countries are planning to adopt for the 1.3 million Brits who live on the…

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