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All three London Bridge attackers named

All three London Bridge attackers named

They weren't able to arrest Zaghba, who was traveling on an Italian passport, as having extremist material on a phone isn't against the law in Italy . "This is a passing time for us". "We will probably discover communications during that period that we couldn't access that would have change the situation", the spokesperson said.



Labour missed 'open goal' against Theresa May, says MP

This has made an extremely poor image of Theresa May, as she had chose to call the election early, but instead it massively backfired and destroyed her image of strength and stability as a leader. While the Tories licked their wounds elsewhere, it was, on balance a good night for the party north of the border. In a sombre speech after retaining her seat, she said: "The country needs a period of stability and, whatever the results are, the Conservative party will fulfil our duty of ensuring ...



Comey evidence: Is Trump closer to obstruction of justice?

His tweet aside, Trump did not mention the Russian Federation probe during an infrastructure speech Friday at the U.S. Transportation Department, but did say he wants people in public service to "rise above the petty partisan squabbling that plagues our nation" and focus on fixing problems.



DUP 'could exert significant influence in hung parliament'

One thing is for certain, no one expected this scenario even up until yesterday evening. "There is no danger of us taking our seats in the Westminster parliament". Speaking to Ivan Yates on the Pat Kenny Show this morning, Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams said: "In every single constituency we increased our vote". As the Belfast Telegraph points out : "The [general election] results throw up the intriguing prospect of a Conservative Secretary of State trying to strike a deal at Stormont while ...



Fears man lost in river in London attack

London's Metropolitan Police said Saturday that they arrested a 27-year-old man and a 28-year-old man overnight in east London on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism. Police shot and killed the attackers. Ireland's national broadcaster RTE reported that Redouane had an Irish residency card and had lived in Dublin.



Britain's PM May to face party lawmakers after election disaster

May however has vowed to stay on, and on Sunday unveiled a largely unchanged new cabinet, which will meet for the first time on Monday. DUP leader Arlene Foster told Sky News she would be meeting May in Downing Street tomorrow. Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Scottish Conservatives, expressed those doubts publicly on Friday evening after speaking to May. He was ruthlessly axed as Justice Secretary by the PM a year ago after she swept into the top job.