Day: November 23, 2019


General election 2019: Tories to launch manifesto ‘to get Brexit done’

Image copyright PA Media The Conservative Party is set to launch its general election manifesto, promising to bring back the Withdrawal Agreement Bill before Christmas to achieve Brexit by the end of January. Boris Johnson will unveil the document in the West Midlands on Sunday. It will include a headline promise to “get Brexit done” […]

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Tom Bossert’s Plan to Hijack the Hack

Tom Bossert spends a lot of time thinking about hacking.  The former Homeland Security Advisor to President Trump who also served as the country’s Chief Risk Officer and Senior Advisor on cyber, left his White House position in 2018. It happened just after Bossert spoke at The Cipher Brief’s Annual Threat Conference.  He returned to […]

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Royals ‘had secret plan to flee in case of Nazi invasion for Canadian mansion used in X-Men films’

The royal family had a top secret plan to flee Britain if the Nazis invaded during World War Two for a mansion used as a location in the X-Men films, it has been claimed. Hatley Castle in Colwood, Canada, is now the site of Royal Roads University but was previously a naval training facility owned by the […]

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Evo Morales Raises a Fist, but Knows His Presidency is Over

MEXICO CITY — Evo Morales, the ousted president of Bolivia, now lives in exile on a military base in Mexico City, where he says he spends much of the day taking calls from Bolivians pleading for his help. More than 3,000 miles from his country, where politicians are threatening to have him arrested if he […]

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Real Madrid vs Real Sociedad LIVE stream: La Liga 2019/20 commentary, latest score, TV, prediction

Welcome to the Evening Standard’s La Liga match coverage of Real Madrid vs Real Sociedad LIVE. Los Blancos currently sit second in the table after a thumping 4-0 win at Eibar before the international break but sit three points behind Barcelona after their win earlier today. Zinedine Zidane has been eager to brush aside headlines surrounding Gareth Bale’s Wales flag celebration ahead […]

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Vice President Pence Makes Surprise Visit To Iraq : NPR

Vice President Pence and his wife Karen Pence greet troops at a mess hall at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq on Saturday. At the base Pence spoke with Iraq’s prime minister by phone because of security concerns. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption toggle caption Andrew Harnik/AP Vice President Pence and his wife Karen Pence greet […]

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Powerful winter storm is on the menu for Thanksgiving week in Southern California

After a dry, tranquil day Tuesday, a cold, soggy guest will muscle its way into Southern California’s holiday plans late that night. A deep upper-level trough of low pressure is forecast to develop over the West Coast and bring cold, wet conditions to the region from Wednesday through at least Friday, according to the National […]

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Rob Delaney hails NHS as ‘pinnacle of human achievement’ as he backs Labour

Catastrophe star Rob Delaney has hailed the NHS as “the pinnacle of human achievement” in a video supporting Labour ahead of the General Election . The actor also spoke movingly about the care his son Henry received before dying from a brain tumour. In a clip shared by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Twitter , the American […]

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General election: Labour vows to take on 'bad bosses and tax dodgers' – live news

Party leaders back on campaign trail after last night’s grilling on the BBC’s Question Time special 1.46pm GMT The Press Association has comments from Jo Swinson from her campaign visit to London’s Design Museum this morning, where highlighted her party’s policies on innovation and technology. She told the news agency: I think it is quite […]

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#Huawei says latest US ban based on ‘innuendo’

US telecommunications regulators have declared Huawei and ZTE national security threats in the latest action by the US government against the Chinese tech giants, writes the BBC. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has also proposed forcing US customers to replace equipment previously purchased from the firms. Huawei called the decision “profoundly mistaken”. It said it […]

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