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Trump accuses EU of robbing US as he delivers a new snub to May
America, Featured

Trump accuses EU of robbing US as he delivers a new snub to May

    Donald Trump has accused European leaders of robbing the US and treating it like a piggy bank as he delivered a new snub to Theresa May. The US President said that the US has been taken advantage of for decades and decades and warned the European Union that it would be a mistake to start a trade war with the US, adding: We can't lose, the numbers are so astronomically against them. We win that war 1,000 times out of 1,000. He said that the US is the piggy bank that everybody’s robbing, adding: That will change. He insisted that his relationship with Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, Emmanuel Macron, the French President, and Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister is a ten out of ten. However he did not name Mrs May, fuelling suggestions of tense personal ...
Save at least £6 on petrol every time
Featured, Life Style

Save at least £6 on petrol every time

    The price of filling up the car with petrol soared by more than £3 last month – meaning motorists must be more vigilant than ever about fuel consumption. The cost of both petrol and diesel rose by an average of 6p a litre in May, according to the RAC. This has been blamed on US sanctions against the major oil producer Iran as well as the pound being weaker against the dollar, which is the currency used for trading in oil. The average cost of filling a family car up with petrol is now £71 while for diesel it has risen to £73 costing £1.29 a litre for petrol and £1.32 for diesel. Here, we show how you can save at least £6 every time you fill up or even pay just £1 for your fuel by investing in a new vehicle. COMPARE PUMP PRICES  SAVING: £6  The recent price hike is...
Brexiters in sexret deal with Russia
Europe, Featured

Brexiters in sexret deal with Russia

    Arron Banks, the millionaire businessman who bankrolled Nigel Farage’s campaign to quit the EU, had multiple meetings with Russian embassy officials in the run-up to the Brexit referendum, documents seen by the Observer suggest. Banks, who gave £12m of services to the campaign, becoming the biggest donor in UK history, has repeatedly denied any involvement with Russian officials, or that Russian money played any part in the Brexit campaign. The Observer has seen documents which a senior Tory MP says, if correct, raise urgent and troubling questions about his relationship with the Russian government. The communications suggest: Multiple meetings between the leaders of Leave.EU and high-ranking Russian officials, from November 2015 to 2017. Two meetings i...
Merkel shares photo of her with Trump on sidelines of G7
Canada, Featured

Merkel shares photo of her with Trump on sidelines of G7

    The photo was posted to Merkel's official Instagram account, with a caption describing it as a spontaneous meeting between two working sessions. The photo comes amid growing tensions between Trump, Merkel and other G-7 leaders over trade disputes. While speaking Saturday at the summit, Trump threatened other leaders that if they do not reduce trade barriers, the U.S. is not going to deal with them. Social media users quickly shared Merkel's photo, with many suggesting the photo portrayed tension between the two leaders. Trump is sitting with his arms crossed in the photo, while Merkel, standing and leaning on a table, looks down at him. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is also standing with his arms crossed, and Trump's national security adviser John Bolton can b...
Ex Great British Bake Nadiya scary to be a Muslim
Featured, United Kingdom

Ex Great British Bake Nadiya scary to be a Muslim

    The 33-year-old mum-of-three, who is one of Britain’s most high-profile Muslims having won the BBC’s Great British Bake-Off series in 2015, says her kids are confused by the hostility towards their religion in the UK. Nadiya said My kids say Mummy, do people not like Muslims? I claim to be British at the same time so I get abuse from every angle. I’m never a good enough Muslim. I’m not a good enough Brit. I’m not a good enough Bangladeshi. I think three years ago I would have just sat there and taken it, not now, I’ll say something. She tells Twitter followers about her religion and defends and explains Muslim practices to them in an attempt to make those who troll her more enlightened. She observes Ramadan and fasts but says her three children, aged 7 to 11, a...