The shock result of the June 23 referendum prompted Prime Minister David Cameron to resign and sent global stock markets and the value of the pound plunging. "And I was really pleased yesterday with the level of support I got from my parliamentary colleagues and support from colleagues from both sides of the party, right and left, from Remainers and Leavers and from all parts of the country".
She said: "We have a job to do in making the best deal we can in coming out of the European Union and I am very clear that I will deliver Brexit". I am so angry - I can't believe this. The interview comes just days after the Home Secretary spoke for the first time about the sadness she and her husband Phillip felt when they discovered they couldn't have children.
Donald Trump kept alive a controversy over a campaign tweet featuring apparently anti-Semitic imagery by saying his staff "shouldn't have taken it down" and tweeting a picture featuring popular Disney characters to demonstrate that the media are "dishonest".
You have now viewed your allowance of free articles. Hughes said. "At the end of the day...it was persecution on me unrightly, and I feel that they need to do something about that". Louden said about the police officers' thinking. A native of MI, he was a graduate of the East Longmeadow High School in western MA. Mr Obama, who ordered flags on government buildings lowered to half-mast for five days, said that there was "no possible justification" for violence against police.
The storm has now weakened to a medium-strength typhoon, according to the island's Central Weather Bureau, and should be a tropical storm once it makes landfall in southern China. 37,521 people were forced to evacuate the coastal city of Wenzhou in Zhejiang Province after severe winds and flooding devastated the area, reports Shanghai Daily .
Philando Castile was shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop on Wednesday near Minneapolis. The deaths of Sterling and Castile were the latest in a string of incidents in recent years involving police treatment of black men and boys in cities including Baltimore, Chicago, New York and Cleveland.