Tuesday, April 16

Day: March 27, 2019

How to tell if your partner is cheating
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How to tell if your partner is cheating

    To catch an unfaithful partner in the act or confirm suspicions, people turn to the experts; private investigators, who make it their life’s work to uncover hidden relationships and illicit affairs. As the ones that hunt down cheaters, private investigators know all of the signs that indicate someone is hiding something or someone. We spoke to a top private investigator a former federal agent about the obvious signs someone is cheating, as well as the lesser-known red flags, and when it is time to panic. Having seen identical signs over the last 40 years, Martin, the president of Martin Investigative Services in Newport Beach, California, wrote the book Seeing Life through Private Eyes, where he lists the 20 most telling clues that may indicate infidelity. And whi...
Who in line to replace May
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Who in line to replace May

    Theresa May’s announcement to Conservative MPs that she is prepared to step down for the second phase of Brexit talks should her EU withdrawal deal pass has sparked speculation about who might replace her. The Prime Minister’s decision to tell the 1922 Committee that she won’t stand in the way of new leadership prompted leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg to say: The great joy of the Tory Party is it has so many talented people in it. It’s like finding a fast bowler in Yorkshire. You just call and one appears. Here’s a look at key names currently being floated to take the helm if Mrs May steps down. Boris Johnson Prominent Brexiteer and former foreign secretary Mr Johnson has been a leading voice of opposition to Mrs May’s Brexit plan. The colourful Old Etonian...
May to resign once Brexit agreed
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May to resign once Brexit agreed

    Theresa May has told Conservative MPs at a closed meeting that she will step aside as prime minister after she has delivered Brexit. She pledged to quit before the next stage of negotiations with the EU, but only if Tories who have so far refused to back her deal finally fall into line. The emotional announcement at the private gathering of Conservative MPs means that if her deal is approved, it would be a new prime minister that would decide how to approach talks on the UK’s future relations with the EU. It comes as Ms May desperately tries to gather enough votes from rebel Tories and the Northern Irish DUP, to try and pass her deal so that the UK can leave the EU on 22 May. However, reports already have already begun to emerge that if Ms May’s deal is passed, th...