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Robert Mugabe STEPS DOWN to end 37 years in power

Daily Mail Online 469 sources

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was fired as leader of the ruling ZANU-PF party on Sunday and replaced by Emmerson Mnangagwa. Hours later, he resigned from his role as president.

When is the Budget 2017? Policies and predictions in Chancellor Philip Hammond's financial statement - and how it'll affect you

Mirror Online 38 sources

Tax, housing, Brexit and Universal Credit - Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to tackle them all in an Autumn Budget he'll use to fight for his career

Kezia Dugdale’s I’m A Celebrity decision dubbed ‘utterly ludicrous’

The Scotsman 49 sources

Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale’s decision to appear on I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is utterly ludicrous, a fellow MSP has said.

There are no unemployed in UK, says Hammond in TV gaffe

The Guardian 24 sources

Chancellor is accused of being out of touch after making slip-up as he prepares for politically difficult budget later this week

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Trader Joe's recalls packaged salads over glass shards, plastic concerns

Fox News / Health 21 sources

Trader Joe's says it has recalled several packaged salads after a supplier said there may be shards of glass or hard plastic inside.

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Hammond Signals U.K. Will Make Brexit Bill Offer Before ...

Bloomberg / World 12 sources

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond suggested the U.K will present a proposal to the European Union for a financial settlement before a key summit ...

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Zanu-PF officials meet to expel Mugabe

Ruling party set to end president’s 37-year rule over Zimbabwe

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Truckers take cautious approach to all-electric vehicles

CBC.ca / Business 209 sources

All-electric trucks have the potential to save money for fleet operators, particularly if maintenance costs prove to be lower than diesel, but there are still some significant barriers to their adoption, according to trucking industry…

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210 Government Websites Made Public Aadhaar Details, Says Database Body

Names and addresses of some Aadhaar beneficiaries were publicly displayed by some government websites.

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Chancellor told to find billions more to rescue 'top priority' NHS in Budget

The Independent 3 sources

Two-thirds of the British public say the Chancellor must make the NHS his top priority in this week's budget, as 90 MPs write to Theresa May to demand action over social care policy. The Independent's exclusive poll, carried out by BMG…

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The best ever PS4 Pro bundle deal comes with 7 games for just £339.99

TechRadar 10 sources

The PS4 Pro is hot this Black Friday deals season - these bundles are the best so far.

What does the chancellor have in his sights?

It is one of the most established rituals of British political life: at 12.30pm on Wednesday, Philip Hammond, the chancellor of the exchequer, will stand at the dispatch box in the House of Commons and unveil his budget. The main financial…

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Kezia Dugdale asked Labour bosses to go on overseas charity mission but didn't mention shock I'm A Celebrity spot

The Sun 66 sources

JUNGLE-bound Kezia Dugdale asked Labour bigwigs to go on a lucrative overseas charity mission — but didn't tell them of her shock I'm A Celeb spot. The MSP, 36, was backed by new Scots supremo Richard Leonard and his leadership rival Anas…

World's largest aircraft rips and collapses

Sky News / UK 10 sources

A woman has been injured after the world’s largest aircraft came loose from its moorings, causing it to rip and deflate.

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News Analysis: At Bonn Climate Talks, Stakes Get Higher in Gamble on Planet’s Future

This year’s United Nations climate talks have wrapped up, and there were few signs that countries are inclined to take urgent action.

In defending Roy Moore, Alabama Republicans reflect state’s tradition of defiance

Washington Post 158 sources

That rebellious spirit has been apparent in recent days as top state GOP officials have closed ranks around the Republican Senate hopeful amid a stream of allegations of sexual misconduct against him and calls by national party leaders for…

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Hammond's Budget to focus on housing and tech

Sky News / UK 38 sources

Billions of pounds for housing and high-tech industry are expected to be at the centre of Chancellor Philip Hammond's "positive and upbeat" Budget this Wednesday.

Saturday, Nov 18

Apple delays launch of smart speaker

BBC / Technology 76 sources

The HomePod will now go on release in early 2018 as the gadget still needs work, said Apple.

Mass demonstration called in Zimbabwe to force reluctant Robert Mugabe out

The Times / News 291 sources

Tens of thousands are expected to be on the streets of Harare today calling for Robert Mugabe to step down as Zimbabwe's president. The demonstrations were announced as Mr Mugabe, 93, emerged from house arrest to preside over a university…

Takeaways may be taxed to cut plastic waste

Sky News / Politics 15 sources

The Government will use next week's Budget to launch a consultation into whether taxes could be used to limit our use of plastic packaging.

Richard Leonard to lead Scottish Labour

BBC / UK 66 sources

The former trade union official is elected to lead Scottish Labour, succeeding Kezia Dugdale.

Friday, Nov 17

Musk reopens fundraising playbook to launch Semi, Roadster

Autonews.com 101 sources

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is turning to a tried-and-true source of financing for his unprofitable car company -- paying customers willing to wait years for delivery of shiny new wheels.

This is Tesla’s big new all-electric truck – the Tesla Semi

TechCrunch 253 sources

It boasts a considerable charge capacity, and has a very aesthetically distinct look, as you can see, which will obviously help it stand out from other commercial freight vehicles on the road. The Tesla Semi will go 0 to 60 mph in just 5…

Brexit has caused Europeans to doubt what sort of country Britain is, David Davis admits

The Independent 38 sources

Britain's vote to leave the EU has left many Europeans with “doubts about what kind of country we are” following last year's vote to leave the bloc, the Brexit Secretary has admitted. Speaking to an audience in Berlin David Davis insisted…

UK has first female Black Rod in 650 years

BBC 21 sources

Boss of the Wimbledon tennis championships Sarah Clarke gets ancient Parliamentary job.

Thursday, Nov 16

House Passes Tax Bill in Major Step Toward Overhaul

The tax overhaul still faces significant obstacles, as Republicans seek to align the House legislation with a version that is under consideration in the Senate.

Zimbabwe awaits next steps after military takeover

BBC.com 500 sources

The future role of President Mugabe and other key figures remains unclear after the army stepped in.

Sen Al. Franken Accused of Kissing and Groping Woman Without Her Consent

TIME 434 sources

Radio anchor Leeann Tweeden says Sen. Al Franken kissed and groped her without her consent more than a decade ago.

Tax Bill Thrown Into Uncertainty as First G.O.P. Senator Comes Out Against It

Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said he opposed both the House and Senate tax plans as written, posing a new obstacle to Republican leaders eager to overhaul the tax code.

Wednesday, Nov 15

Russia used Twitter bots and trolls 'to disrupt' Brexit vote

The Times / Sport 18 sources

Russian Twitter accounts posted almost 45,000 messages about Brexit in 48 hours during last year's referendum in an apparently co-ordinated attempt to sow discord, The Times can reveal. More than 150,000 accounts based in Russia, which had…

Australia votes in favour of legalising gay marriage

Metro.co.uk 352 sources

Australians have voted in favour of legalising same-sex marriage by 61.6% to 38.4%.

Scottish Labour leader Alex Rowley steps aside over conduct claims

The Scotsman 32 sources

Scottish Labour interim leader Alex Rowley has stepped aside amid claims about his conduct, according to the party.

Robert Mugabe detained by Zimbabwe army

Daily Mail Online 583 sources

Mugabe's grip on power was dramatically weakened last night as military vehicles blocked roads outside the parliament in Harare and senior soldiers delivered an address to the nation.

Tuesday, Nov 14

Brexit latest: Britain will leave EU with NO DEAL if MPs reject agreement fumes Davis

Daily Express 69 sources

DAVID Davis has confirmed parliament will have a vote on the final Brexit deal before Britain leaves the European Union.

Trump Jr releases private WikiLeaks messages

Sky News / US News 184 sources

Donald Trump's son has released private Twitter messages he exchanged with the WikiLeaks account in the run-up to the US election.

Live Briefing: Jeff Sessions Displays Unsteady Recall on Trump-Russia Matters

The New York Times 224 sources

Mr. Sessions said he could not recall the details of a campaign adviser’s Russia proposals, but he could recall that he rejected a proposed Trump-Putin meeting.

Inflation steady despite food price rises

BBC / Business 27 sources

A rise in food prices was offset by a fall in the cost of fuel last month, official figures show.