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Labour to rule if Corbyn on ballot by default

Labour to rule if Corbyn on ballot by default

Ms Eagle said she was pleased the NEC had reached a decision. However, he remains popular with Labour members who will be able to vote in the contest, making him favourite to win for the second time . He says the party's governing body should allow him to join the contest because he's now in the job. Sky's Chief Political Correspondent Jon Craig said: "I haven't seen Mr Corbyn look this cheerful for a few weeks".


Here's what Boris has to say about Gove's 'betrayal'

Here's what Boris has to say about Gove's 'betrayal'

The other candidates are Michael Gove, Liam Fox, Stephen Crabb and Andrea Leadsom. Mr Gove said it was "telling" that Mr Johnson had failed to press on with his leadership bid. The victor of the contest, to be announced September 9, will become prime minister and play a vital role shaping the nature of Britain's relationship with the European Union after last week's Brexit vote ended the career of Cameron, whose bid to keep Britain in the EU block failed.


Stocks rising in afternoon trading as Dow hits record high

Stocks rising in afternoon trading as Dow hits record high

Strong gains in metals and energy stocks helped drive the S&P/TSX composite index in Toronto 115.79 points higher to 14,477.67. Folks who sold off their stock portfolios after temporarily losing a fortune in the Brexit fallout likely will be kicking themselves this week after America's major stock indexes posted record performances.



Japan leads Asian stock markets higher on stimulus hope

The MSCI Asia Pacific Index climbed 1.9%, with Japan's Topix index surging 3.8% in Tokyo. Tarullo didn't make any comments on the economy but Mester and Bullard were optimistic with Mester saying he's positive on the US labor market and Bullard noting that ultimate Brexit impact on the U.S.is close to zero which supports the sharp rise in USA rates and rally in USD/JPY.


Bill de Blasio: Black Lives Matter changed discussion 'for the better'

Bill de Blasio: Black Lives Matter changed discussion 'for the better'

The Republican made the comments during a morning appearance on " Fox and Friends ", where he alluded to his tough-on-crime policies while leading NY and a significant drop in the murder rate during his tenure as mayor. "But we also need people who have disagreements to see things from each other's point of view". Police say that Gebhard went to the officers' family member's home, went to the backyard, picked up a large, concrete planter and threw it through a rear door, shattering it.



May as British leader buoys banks' single-market hopes

Cabinet Office minister John Penrose told a parliamentary debate that government lawyers did not agree. "But I hope that everyone else here will also agree democratic principles should outrank legal formalities". Santos could not be reached for comment. May will be in charge of implementing the voters' June 23 decision to leave the European Union and strike an independent path.