Current Prime Minister David Cameron resigned after finishing on the losing side in the referendum which resulted in a vote for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. Theresa May is the top choice to be the next Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader, according to a new Sky Data poll. A Times/YouGov survey today also put her ahead in the race, suggesting she would triumph by a 32-point margin if she went head-to-head with Leadsom in the final round.
This time round, its BMC (Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation) and its tree plantation drive. The average collections of a day of Sultan since its release was Rs 30 crores but on Sunday the film collected 39 crores. A record had broken before it released. The film reportedly collected almost 150 crores within five days of its release in Pakistan. Adding in the amount of Monday (6th Day), its total business reached to Rs 202.4 Cr.
Jeremy Corbyn has rejected criticism that his campaigning in favour of the UK's European Union membership was at best lukewarm. Corbyn's backers say that as leader, he has an automatic right to stand, especially as he won 59 per cent of the membership vote last September.
Two Japanese fighter jets took "provocative actions" at a high speed near a pair of Chinese fighter jets that were carrying out patrols in the East China Sea on June 17, China's defence ministry said in a microblog statement on Monday, without specifying where exactly the incident took place.
The proposal is part of Trump's 10-point plan he's outlining Monday ahead of his general election bid against likely rival Hillary Clinton. Last week, the candidate met with Congressional House and Senate members to convince them that he's capable of unifying the party in a bid to defeat presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton this November.
This matters because it is unclear whether Corbyn - who recently lost a confidence vote held by the party's lawmakers - would be able to otherwise gain the support he would need from this grouping to get his name on the ballot. "I am not a Blairite, I am not a Brownite and I am not a Corbynista, I am my own woman". Darlington MP Jenny Chapman - who resigned as a shadow education minister in June - said she would prefer Mr Smith than Ms Eagle as Labour leader.