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Day: June 1, 2019

Trump backs Boris to be the next PM
America, Featured

Trump backs Boris to be the next PM

    Donald Trump has backed Boris Johnson to be the next Prime Minister while Nigel Farage said he has been "banned" from meeting the US president. Mr Trump, who is visiting the UK for a three-day state visit on Monday, said he thinks the former foreign secretary would be "excellent" as a successor to Theresa May. Speaking to the Sun, Mr Trump said: "I think Boris would do a very good job. I think he would be excellent." The President added: "I like him. I have always liked him. I don't know that he is going to be chosen, but I think he is a very good guy, a very talented person. "He has been very positive about me and our country." Mr Trump also said other candidates have approached him in a bid to secure his endorsement. According to the Times, senior White House ...
I identify as bisexual what I wish people understood
Featured, Life Style

I identify as bisexual what I wish people understood

    According to the Kinsey Scale, sexuality is a spectrum. The way that you identify is not limited to "gay" or "straight," and sometimes, it's not limited to an identity at all. There's a societal pressure to choose a label to make your identity more simple or convenient for other people, and in doing so, it can be difficult to experience your journey on your own terms. It took me many years to understand and accept that I am bisexual. Even as I say that, the identifier doesn't quite sum it all up, because there's more to my sexuality than the perception attached it's label. There are a lot of misconceptions about what bisexuality means and looks like, and sometimes the stigma makes me want to scream. Let me clear some things up. I'm notonlyattracted to people who i...
Javid says No to 2nd Brexit vote
Featured, United Kingdom

Javid says No to 2nd Brexit vote

    Tory leadership contender Sajid Javid has ruled out a second referendum, a general election and revoking Article 50 should he win the keys to Number 10. The home secretary is one of a dozen Conservatives vying to become the next prime minister. Writing in the Daily Mail, he said the public had voted for Brexit "in good faith" and MPs and the government have "a duty to get on and deliver on the result". "The voters have been asked their opinion more than enough times. Never in this country's history have we asked people to go to the polls a second time without implementing their verdict from the first," he said. "Another vote before we leave would be disastrous for trust in politics, and cause the kind of chaos that risks handing Jeremy Corbyn and his hard-left sup...