Theresa May will become Britain's new prime minister on Wednesday. Leadsom, in a brief appearance, cast her decision to withdraw as ensuring that the European Union departure could be set in motion more rapidly. "We are in the midst of one of the most uncertain periods in our nation's history following the decision to leave the European Union". Mrs Leadsom said Mrs May was ideally placed to implement Brexit and offered the Home Secretary her full support.
Just one day after the announcement about THAAD the North test-fired a ballistic missile from a submarine off its eastern coast, but South Korea's military says the launch was a failure. But a government official said, "The provocation supports the need to deploy the THAAD battery". "If North Korea continues its groundless claims and rash actions in defiance of our warnings, it will have to face our military's stringent retaliation", Moon noted.
The current tally has the coalition at 73 seats - three short of a majority - to Labor's 66, with five seats confirmed for independents. On Friday, Turnbull met legislator Cathy McGowan from Victoria who said she would support the government while maintaining her independence.
She is not flashy, does not call attention to herself, and had seemed content with her public role as a loyal Cameron backer. "The British people were given their opportunity to vote on this". "Britain deserves better than this", he said. Senior Conservatives quickly rallied around the new leader after the referendum campaign, which widened the party's longstanding split over Europe.
Organizers and supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement have condemned the slaying of police officers in Dallas during a protest against the fatal police shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota. More than 100 people were arrested late Saturday and into Sunday after protesters marched from the Minnesota governor's mansion toward I-94, which connects St.
He went on to brand Mrs May's election as a "coronation". After it was confirmed that the Conservative party would not reopen the leadership contest for another candidate to stand against May, the odds on a General Election in 2016 have narrowed to [3.5].