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May could lose majority in election: YouGov projection

When May called the snap June 8 election at the beginning of March, the Conservative Party led Labour by some 20 points in most opinion polls . When asked by a reporter if she would resign if she lost seats, May dodged the question on Wednesday, saying that the only poll that mattered was the election on June 8.



Seven people killed at London Bridge, Borough Market

Saturday and struck pedestrians before crashing the vehicle outside a pub. However, it was not clear if the shots were fired by police or an assailant or assailants. The main political parties said they would be suspending election campaigning till the end of the day, though campaigns at a more local level are set to continue.


Cristiano Ronaldo edges Lionel Messi to top Champions League top-scorer award

Cristiano Ronaldo edges Lionel Messi to top Champions League top-scorer award

Rome: Hundreds of Juventus soccer fans watching the Champions League final in one of Turin's main squares were injured when loud bangs created a panic and mayhem. Real survived a whirlwind Juventus opening before taking control after the break, with Modric and Toni Kroos manipulating possession in midfield and Ronaldo providing the cutting edge.


Oracle beats Kiwis in Bermuda for America's Cup bonus point

Oracle beats Kiwis in Bermuda for America's Cup bonus point

The pre-race pressure was high with the victor of the monumental clash not only taking the bragging rights, but also importantly topping the final Louis Vuitton America's Cup Qualifiers table which means taking a vital point into the showpiece America's Cup Match.



China makes concessions to Germany on electric car quotas (VOW3, DAI, BMW)

Commenting on Trump's worrying unilateral direction on climate control, Li Keqiang stated during a press conference in Berlin that "China will stand by its responsibilities on climate change ". "No one should be left behind, but the EU and China have chose to move forward", Miguel Arias Canete , the European commissioner who has led climate talks with Beijing, said of the Paris accord .


The Chinese outrage at Trump's climate decision

The Chinese outrage at Trump's climate decision

And cheekily adapting the nationalist slogan used by Trump on his election campaign trail, Macron urged defenders of the climate to "make our planet great again". German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was disappointed at the announced exit from the Paris agreement. "It was possible to change the obligations of the United States under these Paris agreements", Putin said at the St.