Corbyn condemns anti-Semitic abuse of Jewish BBC journalist

While only 12 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds said they would vote Conservative, 69 percent would vote for Corbyn. Mrs May has ruled out attending any televised debates this campaign and Home Secretary Amber Rudd is expected to take her place.

Trump expected to scuttle Paris climate accord

Trump expected to scuttle Paris climate accord

Wednesday's tweet from President Trump triggering the speculation over the U.S.'s withdrawal from the Paris Climate agreement comes after a campaign promise to "cancel" the deal, and a considerable number of comments over what he has called the climate change " hoax ".

Kushner and the back story of back channels

According to the nonpartisan Partnership for Public Service, the White House has announced nominees for just 117 of the 559 most important Senate-confirmed positions. White House press secretary Sean Spicer has been showing signs of strain under his job in recent weeks, and joked with reporters over drinks last week in Jerusalem that they had to take shots if they asked him work-related questions.

President Trump's Close to Decision on Paris Climate Agreement

President Trump's Close to Decision on Paris Climate Agreement

Though no final decision has been made, Trump mulling whether to snub the climate deal - inked in Paris during a United Nations Climate Change Conference - is unsurprising, one source added. In March, the US President rolled back Mr Obama's record on climate change with a series of executive orders undermining America's commitment to tackling global warming.

PM defends TV debate no-show as Corbyn decides on last-minute appearance

Mr Farron signed off with a pop at the PM, saying: 'She can't be bothered, so why should you? Take a look out your window. Seeking to exploit perceived Tory weakness on social care, Mr Corbyn also said 1.5 million older and vulnerable people will not have their social care needs met.

India, Spain for boosting anti-terror cooperation, economic ties: MEA

Almost 12 agreements are expected to be inked in wide-ranging sectors, including in science and technology, railways, cultural exchanges and other business areas between private parties also, in addition to a "vision statement " that the two leaders will release.