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Sturgeon to formally request referendum

Sky News 18 sources

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will tell Theresa May in a letter that they need to make a start on arrangements for an independence referendum.

'Great repeal bill' offers little detail and even less security

The Guardian 41 sources

MPs, campaigners and lawyers sound alarm bells about the purpose, powers and practicalities of the Brexit bill

SpaceX set to launch its first recycled rocket

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) " SpaceX is about to launch its first recycled rocket.The Falcon 9 rocket is on the pad at Florida's Kennedy Space Center, poised for a Thursday evening liftoff. It's the first time SpaceX founder Elon...

Donald Trump says 'we must fight' Republican party members in 2018 election

The Independent 150 sources

Donald Trump has continued his attack against dozens of members of his own party, urging his supporters to fight members of the House Freedom Caucus in the upcoming midterm elections if they do not fall in line. Members of the influential…

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Oculus cofounder leaves Facebook amid legal firestorm

The Next Web 20 sources

Palmer Luckey, after years of being a prominent face at Facebook and the figurehead of Oculus, is leaving the company. Luckey has been at the center of a legal battle between Facebook and ZeniMax Media for the last couple of months.…

David Cameron Campaigned For Remain In Brexit Referendum Though He 'Didn't Like' EU Flag Or Parliament

David Cameron has said he “didn’t like” the EU’s flag or parliament and defended holding the Brexit referendum that ultimately cost him his job.

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Russia 'tried to hijack US election', says US senator

BBC.com 57 sources

It was "Russian propaganda on steroids", says US senator as probe into alleged election meddling begins.

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What you need to know: SpaceX's historic relaunch of Falcon 9

Martin Halliwell, CTO of SES, talks about flying their payload on a historic refurbished booster for the upcoming launch. Video by Malcolm Denemark All eyes are on SpaceX today as it attempts to relaunch and land a previously flown – or …

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'There is a great, great deal of smoke': Senate Intel Committee holds first public hearing on Trump-Russia probe

Business Insider 147 sources

WASHINGTON — The Senate Intelligence Committee held its first public hearing Thursday about its investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 election, in an open session focusing on Russia's hacking and disinformation campaigns…

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Developed market shares expensive; correction due: strategists

BENGALURU Developed market share prices are looking expensive, according to a plurality of strategists and brokers, with a majority in a global Reuters poll saying those major indexes are due for a correction of 10 percent or more this…

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China's Xi to meet Trump in Florida next week

Reuters 87 sources

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping will travel to the United States to meet President Donald Trump at his Mar-a-Lago retreat in Florida on April 6-7, China's Foreign Ministry said on Thursday, its first official confirmation…

Ken Livingstone in another Nazi rant as he calls disciplinary hearing 'unfair'

Ken Livingstone caused fresh controversy as he arrived for a two-day private disciplinary hearing with the Labour Party over his comments on Hitler and Zionism.

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May warned not to 'abuse' security of citizens

Sky News 12 sources

The EU Parliament's chief negotiator has slammed Theresa May's "threat" to withdraw security co-operation after Brexit.

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Trump travel ban: Hawaii judge places indefinite hold

BBC.com 208 sources

The ruling means the president cannot enforce the ban while it is contested in court.

North Carolina Republicans Announce Deal to End ‘Bathroom Bill’ Standoff

TIME 178 sources

The law already has prompted some businesses to halt expansions and entertainers and sports organizations to cancel or move events

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Police investigate landlord Fergus Wilson over 'coloured people' and 'curry smell' comments

The Sun 23 sources

POLICE are investigating millionaire landlord Fergus Wilson after he barred “coloured people” due to the “curry smell”. We revealed how Mr Wilson issued the shameful directive to lettings agents Evolution Property. Wilson said it was an …

Samsung Galaxy S8: Five changes loyal fans will need to get used to

Here are five things that long-time Samsung users who can’t wait to upgrade to the Galaxy S8 or S8+, will have to get used to.

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Asia shares retreat from nearly two-year peak, dollar firms

Reuters / Markets 22 sources

TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares turned lower on Thursday after touching near two-year highs, while the dollar benefited from waning expectations that the European Central Bank was poised to end its easy policy.

Thursday, Mar 30

Sleek Galaxy S8 REVEALED

Fox News / Technology 374 sources

After a tumultuous twelve months which saw exploding phones, a plummeting stock price and executive turnover, Samsung hopes to turn its fortunes around with its latest smartphone offerings.

Brexit: Theresa May's Article 50 launch trashed after top EU politicians reject key demands

The Independent 399 sources

Theresa May's Brexit launch suffered a series of heavy blows after key planks of her opening strategy were point-blank rejected by Europe's top politicians. German chancellor Angela Merkel publically dismissed her plan to begin talks on a…

Wednesday, Mar 29

Article 50: The 7 Bestest Best Reasons For Leaving The EU

Huffington Post UK 399 sources

Forecast is for somewhat uncertain weather over the British isles. pic.twitter.com/NPmHtNrWGR

This is the Samsung Galaxy S8, coming April 21st

The Verge 374 sources

Preorders begin March 30th, three weeks before the release date

Article 50: Theresa May to call on UK to unite after letter triggers Brexit

The Guardian 340 sources

Prime minister’s letter will be hand-delivered to European council president at the same time as she addresses House of Commons

Brussels blocks €29bn London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse merger on Brexit day

EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager said the deal would have created "a de facto monopoly".

Tuesday, Mar 28

Goodbye EU: Theresa May signs historic letter that officially triggers Britain’s exit from the European Union

Mirror Online 340 sources

As she triggers Article 50 Mrs May will urge our divided nation: “Now the ­decision has been made to leave the EU, it is time to come together"

Trump signs order undoing Obama climate change policies

BBC / US / Canada 223 sources

Environmentalists warn Mr Trump's order will have serious consequences at home and abroad.

Sturgeon SCRAPES second referendum vote as MSPs agree to push through independence demands

Daily Express / News 171 sources

SCOTTISH politicians have narrowly voted to hold a second independence referendum.

Tesco to pay £129m fine over accounting scandal

Supermarket reaches deferred prosecution agreement with Serious Fraud Office and will pay investors £85m in compensation

Monday, Mar 27

Jared Kushner to Testify Before Senate Intelligence Committee on Russia Ties

TIME 243 sources

Kushner, President Trump's son-in-law, is a senior White House adviser

Russia jails protests leader Alexei Navalny for 15 days

BBC.com 138 sources

A Moscow court rules the Kremlin critic resisted police orders during protests on Sunday.

BT hit by record £42m fine over installation delays

The telecoms giant is expected to pay out £300 in compensation to its rivals.

Sunday, Mar 26

Uber suspends self-driving cars after Arizona crash

BBC / Technology 117 sources

Images show Uber vehicle on its side after apparent high-impact crash with ordinary driver.

'Completely Unacceptable' We Can't See Terrorists' WhatsApp Messages, Says Amber Rudd

Huffington Post UK 59 sources

WhatsApp's 'end to end' encryption is "absolutely unacceptable...there should be no place for terrorists to hide" says @AmberRudd_MP #marr pic.twitter.com/aVtDP6FRvD

Hong Kong election: Beijing-backed Lam vows to heal divide

BBC.com 201 sources

Carrie Lam won with the backing of the Chinese government but is opposed by pro-democracy groups.

Theresa May U-turn: EU migrants will keep child benefits after Brexit

Daily Star 7 sources

THREE million EU migrants living in Britain will keep their rights to send home child benefits after Brexit.