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Kushner 'discussed secret line to Moscow' - US media reports

BBC / US / Canada 118 sources

Donald Trump's son-in-law reportedly talked about the idea with the Russian ambassador in December.

Egypt hits 'jihadist camps' after attack on Coptic Christians

BBC.com 494 sources

The military strike, reportedly in Libya, follows a deadly attack on Coptic Christians.

Andrew Neil Interviews Jeremy Corbyn Live As General Election Campaign Resumes After Manchester Bombing

Huffington Post UK 16 sources

Jeremy Corbyn has refused to personally back the renewal of Trident despite the policy forming part of Labour’s manifesto.

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Labour seeks back of the net with voters

Jeremy Corbyn - left-winger and lifelong red - will warm up for supporting Arsenal against Chelsea in the FA Cup Final by demanding more TV money for grassroots football.



GM hit with diesel emission lawsuit, Chevrolet Malibu reviewed

We've also got a video of a burnout being taken a bit to far in a Mazda Miata in this Friday edition of the Daily Drive-Thru.


FTSE 100 hits record high as election jitters drive pound down – as it happened

Sterling hits one-month low after YouGov reports that the Conservatives only have a five-point lead over Labour


General election 2017: Corbyn quizzed on Trident and IRA

BBC / UK 16 sources

The Labour leader tells the BBC he wants a nuclear-free world and "has never met the IRA".

Warplanes bomb six ISIS camps in Libya in VENGEANCE raid for terror attack

Daily Star 62 sources

WARPLANES have blitzed an ISIS training camp in Libya in vengeance raid striking back for terror attacks.


Hillary Clinton Threw Major Shade at President Trump at Wellesley’s Graduation

TIME 76 sources

Hillary Clinton sharply criticized President Trump during her graduation speech at Wellesley College Friday, delivering a stinging rebuke to his policies and governing style without ever mentioning his name. She started with a playful tone…


Bosch tied to diesel-cheating claims against fourth carmaker

Autonews.com 7 sources

Bosch was linked to emissions-cheating allegations against a fourth automaker, raising questions about the supplier's role in the scandal gripping the car industry.

U.S. economy slowed less than expected in Q1; outlook cloudier

Reuters / Markets 3 sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. economy slowed less than initially thought in the first quarter, but softening business investment and moderate consumer spending are clouding expectations of a sharp acceleration in the second quarter.


G7 summit agrees on countering terrorism but not climate change

BBC / Europe 101 sources

The summit in Sicily is the first attended by President Trump, with clear differences on display.

Theresa May calls on G7 to combat online extremism

The Week UK 23 sources

World leaders urged to put pressure on companies such as Google and Facebook to help fight 'hateful ideology'


Brexit: Jobs boost for Dublin as Legal & General sets up base

Asset manager insists no jobs will be lost in London arising from decision

Manchester attack: 'Large part' of terror network has now been arrested, police say – live

The Guardian / US 63 sources

Police arrest man in Moss Side overnight; eight now in custody; Katie Hopkins leaves LBC radio show after ‘final solution’ tweet; UK police end suspension of intelligence sharing with US; All 22 victims of Manchester Arena bombing named;…


Tube bomb plotter Damon Smith jailed for 15 years

A former altar boy who planted a homemade pipe bomb on the Tube in a bid to kill and maim passengers has been jailed for 15 years.

Conservatives cancel election campaign relaunch as poll lead over Labour evaporates

The Independent 35 sources

Perhaps significantly, the Prime Minister would have been in the air, en route from Brussels to the G7 summit, making the Tory strategy more difficult to discuss and decide. The YouGov/Times poll shows the Conservative lead has shrunk from…


Trump set to clash with other G7 leaders over refugees, trade and climate

The Guardian / AU 32 sources

US is resisting Italian attempts to share refugee burden and has signalled it will not stick to 2015 climate pledges

U.S. economy grows at tepid 1.2 pct; business spending softens

Reuters / Markets 63 sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. economy slowed less than initially thought in the first quarter, but there are signs it could struggle to rebound sharply in the second quarter amid slowing business investment and moderate consumer spending.

Friday, May 26

General election: Boris Johnson attacks Corbyn's 'monstrous' terror policy speech – live

The Guardian 139 sources

As election campaign resumes, Labour leader to draw link between UK foreign policy and terror attacks, and criticise Tories over police cuts

Bomb probe leaks troubling, says Trump

BBC / UK 544 sources

The US president condemns leaks to American media about the Manchester attack investigation, but the UK says it is resuming intelligence sharing.

Jeremy Corbyn to blame 'foreign wars' for the Manchester bombing atrocity

Daily Express 101 sources

In a shocking intervention, the Labour leader will blame “foreign wars” for the atrocity. The speech, which was trailed last night breaking an election main parties’ truce on national campaigning, has again brought into question Mr…

Thursday, May 25

Oil price plummets despite deal to extend output cut

BBC / Business 257 sources

The deal to extend output cuts agreed by energy ministers in Vienna fails to impress financial markets.

US Leak Of Manchester Bombing Photos Sees Police Stop Sharing Bombing Information

Huffington Post UK 422 sources

Greater Manchester Police have stopped passing information to the US on the investigation into the Manchester suicide bombing after a series of leaks to American media, the BBC has reported.

Manchester bombing: Mother was saved by her iPhone

Daily Mail Online 18 sources

Lisa Bridgett, 45, was speaking into her iPhone after the Ariana Grande concert when the explosion sent the steel nut towards her head.

Wednesday, May 24

Manchester bomber 'likely' not acting alone

BBC / UK 59 sources

Home Secretary Amber Rudd says the Manchester bomber was known to the security services.

Soldiers on UK streets: Terror threat raised to CRITICAL - May warns of imminent attack

Daily Express 396 sources

BRITAIN'S terror threat level has been increased to critical following last night's Manchester bombing - meaning another attack could be imminent.

Moody's downgrades China, warns of fading financial strength as debt mounts

Reuters / Markets 234 sources

SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Moody's Investors Service downgraded China's credit ratings on Wednesday for the first time in nearly 30 years, saying it expects the financial strength of the economy will erode in coming years as growth slows…

Tuesday, May 23

Bill Ford's new role: Message manager

Ford is replacing CEO Mark Fields with Jim Hackett as it struggles to keep its traditional auto-manufacturing business running smoothly while remaking itself as a nimble, high-tech provider of new mobility services. (May 22) AP Ford Motor…

May refuses to admit social care u-turn

Sky News 109 sources

Theresa May has defiantly refused to admit to a social care u-turn and blamed Labour "scaremongering" for her change in policy.

Manchester Arena terror attack: Children among 22 dead & 59 injured at Ariana Grande gig

Daily Express 285 sources

AT LEAST 22 people, including children, have been killed in a suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande pop concert at Manchester Arena on Monday evening.

Monday, May 22

Labour tuition fees promise: Students this year 'would not pay'

BBC 21 sources

Labour says students starting university in England this autumn would not pay fees.

Theresa May to cap 'dementia tax' to end pensioner backlash at Tories' social care policy

Daily Express 109 sources

THERESA May has performed a dramatic clarification in social care policy amid a furious backlash at her proposed 'dementia tax'.

Ford appoints Jim Hackett as new boss as it prepares for self-driving future

The move comes two week after Fields was criticised by shareholders for sliding financial results.

Trump calls on Muslim states to 'drive extremists out'

ITV / News 201 sources

US President Donald Trump has condemned violence in the name of religion during a speech in Saudi Arabia.