Ms Eagle, the former shadow business secretary, said the Labour leader is "not a bad man" but is "hiding behind a closed door" over calls for him to step down. "I would hope there isn't going to be a legal challenge". In a sign of the divisions within the party, Paul Davies, the vice-chairman of the party in Eagle's own Wallasey constituency, indicated his support for the current leader.
Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her husband former President Bill Clinton greet supporters during a primary night event on June 7, 2016 in Brooklyn, New York . the millions of contributors who showed the world that we could run a successful national campaign based on small individual contributions -2-and-a-half million of them".
Brown told CNN's State of the Union that investigators are attempting to decipher the writing by searching through evidence from his Dallas home, CBS Dallas-Fort Worth reported. During negotiations, he said he wanted to exterminate whites, "especially white officers", the police chief said. Johnson was a private in the army reserve and had served in Afghanistan.
Sanders has said he will do all he can to prevent Trump from winning the White House and the senator's vouching for Clinton could help her with the independents, liberals and millennials who flocked to his primary campaign. "I have come here to make it as clear as possible as to why I am endorsing Hillary Clinton and why she must become our next president". Bernie Sanders today endorsed Hillary Clinton , his obligatory words of approval impressively audible through his thin smile.
Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif called him "a great servant of humanity", and said he would receive a posthumous presidential medal and a state funeral. They also operated an ambulance service, nursing homes, orphanages, women's shelters and soup kitchens across the country, as well as provided support internationally to those in need in the US, India, Russia and other nations.
Ms Eagle's leadership bid comes after two weeks during which Mr Corbyn has lost a no-confidence ballot among his lawmakers by 172 votes to 40 and suffered the resignations of about 60 members of his front-bench team, leaving him unable to fill all the posts in his shadow cabinet.