Super Thursday Bank of England Preview

Super Thursday Bank of England Preview

Governor Mark Carney said the Bank now believed Britain's economy would grow by less than 2 per cent in 2017 after a sluggish start to the year. Wage growth is also "notably weaker than expected" and is set to be below inflation this year - meaning that real incomes are falling.

Yates testimony creates a new headache for Trump's White House

Yates testimony creates a new headache for Trump's White House

News outlets previously reported that Flynn discussed US sanctions with a Russian ambassador before Trump took office. In a second tweet , Trump said Yates should be asked under oath "if she knows how classified information got into the newspapers" soon after she raised concerns about Flynn.

Spicer: Trump Will Decide on Paris Agreement After Summit

White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Tuesday that the president will not make an announcement on the agreement until after the G7 summit in Italy in the end of May. But those views have been tempered by Trump's daughter, Ivanka, who has insisted aides provide her father with the full picture of what a withdrawal could mean for U.S., according to the people familiar with the talks.

Severe storms, tornadoes possible in Oklahoma, Texas

The National Weather Service said rain and storms moving into west Alabama this morning weren't particularly strong, but additional development and intensification will be possible later in the day. Meteorologist Mike Rawlins says storms will begin to fire up around lunchtime along the Northern Rockies, spreading northeast over the plains of north central Montana through late afternoon and evening.

Cristiano Ronaldo Hails Real Madrid's Pivotal Champions League Experience

And for a fifth consecutive year, the final will not feature a team from England, with Real Madrid facing Juventus at the Millennium Stadium in June. "He's recovering and there's time for him to be ready for the final", Zidane told Madrid's official website. "At the moment Gareth is recovering.

Labor Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, Runs Over BBC Cameraman's Foot On Thursday

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn pulled out of a campaign appearance on Thursday morning. Mr Corbyn is expected to reject criticism over his position on defence and the use of nuclear weapons by insisting: "I am not a pacifist". The fate of a BBC cameraman taken to hospital after Mr Corbyn's auto ran over his foot and Unite union boss Len McCluskey's tumble feature on The Times, Daily Telegraph and The Sun covers.