EU supporters will be pinning their hopes on a European Court of Justice ruling on Monday on Britain's right to unilaterally halt Brexit in its tracks. Asked about her leadership ambitions, Ms McVey told Sky News' Sophy Ridge on Sunday: "I've seen the array of people who have come forward at the moment and I think if we can all get behind one - for me the most important thing is not the personalities, it is the deal for our country needs to be better".
Grace's dad, David, said: "It's very hard at this time to fully describe the range of emotions we are going through". She had booked to stay at the Base Backpackers hostel in central Auckland until 8 December. Additionally, a local woman told the New Zealand Herald she saw a young woman near the Southern Motorway in Manukau, around 14 miles from where Grace was last seen.
The companies say creating tools for law enforcement to break encryption will inevitably undermine security for everyone. "We now have a situation where unprecedented powers to access encrypted communications are now law, even though parliament knows serious problems exist", it said in a statement.
A missing person search took a tragic turn on Saturday when investigators announced that they believed the 22-year-old, who was last seen alive on December 1, had been murdered. Police said the body was in a forested area about 10 meters (33 feet) from the side of the road in the Waitakere Ranges near Auckland. On Saturday the police said that she was murdered and that they were questioning a man about the case.
The Labour Party tabled an amendment on Thursday to the meaningful vote seeking to prevent "no-deal" as an option. That would present a serious blow to the prime minister, although she could in theory return with essentially the same deal and put it to the house again.
The CDU general secretary won 517 of the 999 votes cast. But she clinched only a narrow victory over Friedrich Merz, a long-time Merkel rival, in a run-off vote in Hamburg , with 51.8% of the vote. Outlining the multiple challenges facing Germany, from rapidly changing technology to climate change and a global shift away from multilateralism to defending national interests, she said: "In times like these, we will defend our liberal views, our way of life, both at home and overseas".