Sunday, 25 June 2017

PREDICTING HER FUTURE Expert vote-counter Pelosi will say when she's leaving

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Over 1,000 Uber employees demand reinstatement of ex-CEO Travis Kalanick

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Over 1,000 Uber employees demand reinstatement of ex-CEO Travis KalanickMore than 1,000 Uber employees have signed a petition calling for the board to reinstate Travis Kalanick in an operational role after he resigned as chief executive of the embattled ride sharing company earlier this week. Mr Kalanick, who helped establish Uber around eight years ago and was instrumental in growing it into a transportation behemoth, announced last week that he would be taking a leave of absence for an unspecified period of time. On Tuesday he resigned, buckling to pressure from major inv estors in response to a string of scandals that have plagued Uber in recent months.


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Driver in deadly crash ranted about killing 'stupid human'

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He smashed head-on into another car in San Diego, killing himself, other driver.
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Russia warns Norway that hosting US Marines will hurt ties

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Moscow says Marines' deployment in the country will hurt diplomatic ties.
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Israel strikes Syrian army after stray fire lands in Golan

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The Israeli airstrikes on the Syrian army in response to errant fire into the Golan Heights come as the Jewish state becomes more involved in the civil war. Syria has accused Israel of helping rebels and terrorists. An Israeli aircraft carried out strikes in Syria after 10 projectiles landed in the occupied ... Read full article »


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Five ways to wear... a white dress – in pictures

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The white dress might seem high maintenance but it can work hard in your wardrobe. Tap into street style by half-buttoning it over trousers or add metallic accessories for evening glamour

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The Hollywood stars who quit acting

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As Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis announces he is retiring, here are some other stars who quit being an actor.
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Army sergeant makes surprise visit to fifth-graders who sent him cards

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Yes, this splashdancing gorilla is worth watching

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There seems to be a lot more going on behind the scenes at the Dallas Zoo -- including some splashy dance moves by Zola the gorilla.
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Fernández to lead new alliance in Argentina elections

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Fiery populist's comeback threatens to split opposition vote in legislative mid-terms
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'Real community spirit' in London's council estates

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Photographer Joe Newman has explored some of the city's biggest council estates.
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Lynching of cop fuels anger in J&K, Hurriyat mum

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Hundreds of relatives and sympathisers visited the family home of the slain police officer Mohd Ayub Pandith on Saturday as anger seemed to boil over the brutality of the bloodshed.
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That jeering sound you can hear is Europe laughing at Britain | Andrew Rawnsley

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Via Network Front | The Guardian by Andrew Rawnsley
For years we mocked our neighbours' 'unstable' governments. Now, with Brexit upon us, the joke is on this country

A cartoon in a Dutch newspaper depicts Mrs May whacking herself over the head with a mallet. Another Dutch publication has the prime minister entering the Brexit negotiations with her severed head cradled under her arm. It is not just the Netherlands that is having a good giggle. Britain's prime minister – and, by extension, Britain itself – is an object of torrential mockery across Europe. Here is payback for all those years when snooty Albion turned up a haughty nose at the continentals with their "funny" proportional electoral systems that produced "unstable" governments. Though European leaders are too polite to put it so bluntly, they think that this country, once thought to be a nation of level-headed pragmatists, has taken leave of its senses. First, Britons narrowly vote to quit the world's largest and richest free tra de area. Then, at an election less than 12 months later, Britons split their support between the parties in such a way that there is no consensus in parliament about the terms on which Britain should leave. There is not even agreement about how to proceed on Brexit within the riven ruling party. Ridicule abroad is matched by ridicule at home. This side of the channel, Mrs May is now routinely referred to and depicted as the "zombie prime minister", a phrase I used to describe her immediately after the election.

There is an irony about this – the most bitter of ironies for Mrs May. In other European countries, the result she achieved on 8 June would be considered not an abject humiliation but an extraordinary triumph. She won 13,669,883 crosses in boxes and a share o f 42.4%. In terms of votes, that was the best result for any party leader in Britain since John Major's victory in 1992. In terms of share, that was the most impressive performance since Margaret Thatcher secured a parliamentary landslide in 1983.

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