Boris Johnson has issued his strongest challenge to Theresa May to date, branding her Chequers plan “deranged” and “preposterous” before declaring: “Unlike the Prime Minister, I campaigned for Brexit… I believe in it”. In his first newspaper interview since resigning from the Cabinet over the Chequers blueprint for a ‘Soft Brexit’ — which would, he believes, render Brexit Britain an EU “vassal state” — the former Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary reiterated his warning that the May plan “surrenders control”.He was particularly vocal on the esoteric but much-discussed topic of the Northern Irish ‘backstop’ — a proposal to keep the British province of Northern Ireland as well as the rest of the United Kingdom inside the EU’s Customs Union, if this is the only way the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland can be kept free of customs checkpoints. “I … [Read more...] about Leadership Challenge? Boris Declares ‘Unlike Theresa May, I Fought for Brexit and I Believe In It’
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This article is available to Members of The Local. Read more articles for Members here. How would you say Sweden is seen in Russia; what connotations do people have? We do have hard data on this. We have attitude surveys by the Levada Centre which is the one independent polling agency in Russia, and their findings are strikingly consistent. Every year since 2014, two thirds of the Russian population have had a positive or very positive view of Sweden. It's varied between 63 and 67 percent [the survey has not yet been published for 2018, but last year the figure was 64 percent], so remarkably stable considering that in 2014 there was [the Russian annexation of] Crimea and Sweden was very vocal about that, then in 2015 we had the refugee crisis and quite frankly Russian TV in particular is basically all government-controlled, so the picture painted of Sweden was that we were 'swamped', 'it's ruining the economy', 'the crime rate is up', 'we're on the verge of a civil war', et … [Read more...] about ‘I believe we have a lot to teach Russia in terms of free speech’
MECHANIC Richard Russell hijacked a passenger plane before performing loop-the-loops and crashing into an island. But what happened at Seattle airport? Here's what we know about the man who joked with air traffic controllers before he brought the jet down. Who was Richard Russell? On what is believed to be his personal blog, Russell said he was born in Key West, Florida and moved to Alaska at age seven. He said he met "Hannah" in Coos Bay, Oregon and, in 2011, the pair got married. The couple ran a bakery for three years before moving to the Seattle suburb of Sumner to be closer to Russell’s in-laws. Russell also mentions his job at Horizon in the blog. He wrote: “I’m able to fly … at my leisure. “In this season of life we enjoy exploring as much as possible, whether it is a day (or so) trip to one of Alaska Airline’s destinations, or visiting a new area of Washington.” Russel was studying for a degree in social sciences from Washington … [Read more...] about Who was Richard Russell, what happened in the Seattle plane crash and what has his wife and family said?
I believe Gerry Adams wasn't in IRA, says Sinn Fein's Mary Lou McDonald BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Sinn Fein President Mary Lou McDonald has said that she believes the claim from her predecessor Gerry Adams that he was never a member of the IRA. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/i-believe-gerry-adams-wasnt-in-ira-says-sinn-feins-mary-lou-mcdonald-37055161.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37017383.ece/49bd0/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_82a64408-0677-471d-a3c9-6513a693223c_1 Email Sinn Fein President Mary Lou McDonald has said that she believes the claim from her predecessor Gerry Adams that he was never a member of the IRA. Ms McDonald made the statement in a wide-ranging interview in The Newsletter. She that she believed "the IRA have gone away" and denied that the IRA Army Council was still directing Sinn Fein policy. The Sinn Fein leader also stood by comments in which she called alleged former IRA Chief of Staff Thomas 'Slab' Murphy a … [Read more...] about I believe Gerry Adams wasn’t in IRA, says Sinn Fein’s Mary Lou McDonald
This event will have cotton candy. I'm bringing the machine. Dear Meredith, This is a breakup letter. When J and I first met, it was love – or at least some sort of connection – at first sight. At the time, I had finally ended a serious relationship that had been on-and-off for a long time, and I was setting up a life after college. J was finishing his undergraduate career. We started dating, and I've never felt so at ease with a partner. He truly brought out all the best parts of me. He told me he loved me first, and was eager to introduce me to his family as his girlfriend. Our sexual chemistry was beautiful. Eventually, he was offered a job that took him about 90 miles away. We made it work pretty well for about one year. We both felt that the inconvenience of a 1.5-hour drive to spend weekends together was worth it because of our connection. Yes, it was difficult, but everything worthwhile takes some sacrifice, right? He began telling me he might be interested in … [Read more...] about ‘I believe in my heart that this is not the end of our journey’