New Middlesbrough manager Garry Monk insists that he is not concerned about the reception the Leeds United fans will give him when he returns to Elland Road next season. Monk has not ruled out singing new players. I'm ambitious, I want to be working and I want to find the right challenge. He replaces Marco Silva, who left to take over at Watford after Hull's relegation from the Premier League .
May has shown little public contrition for her gamble that backfired but was forced to accept the resignations of her two closest aides - reportedly a requirement by cabinet colleagues for allowing her to stay in office. DUP Leader Arlene Foster recently denied the party was homophobic. But the wooing of the DUP risks upsetting the political balance in Northern Ireland by aligning London more closely with the pro-British side in the divided province, where a power-sharing government with ...
This morning, two of May's closest advisers were forced to resign. The right-wing British press speculated Sunday that Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, a former journalist and the former Mayor of London, was plotting a leadership coup. Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has since sought assurances from May that any deal with the DUP would not affect LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and/or Intersex) rights across the UK.
May now risks more opposition to her Brexit plans from inside and outside her party, though a party source said the leading the Conservatives was seen as too much of a poisoned chalice for her to face an immediate challenge. Speaking after being re-elected to his London seat, Corbyn said May should "go. and make way for a government that is truly representative of all the people of this country".
Earlier, Arlene Foster, the leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists (DUP), confirmed she would be meeting Mrs May in Downing Street on Tuesday with a view to finalising a deal to prop up a minority Tory government. Even if a deal is struck, May could struggle to get backing from parliament for her Brexit stance. But Anna Soubry, a Conservative member of parliament who campaigned ahead of last year's referendum for Britain to stay in the European Union, disagreed.
Britain's typically pro-Conservative press questioned whether Mrs May could remain in power with the clock ticking on the two-year European Union divorce process. "The task of restoring orderly government in order to make sense of Brexit is now a national emergency, and it falls to them". Their influence had increasingly angered senior ministers.