Bannon remains Trump's chief adviser, a fact that only fuels support for Trump in the alt-right movement. Former Klan leader David Duke , one of the Charlottesville figures, declared: "We are going to fulfill the promises of Donald Trump ".
Davis said that after Brexit in March 2019 the U.K.no longer had a legal duty - as it now does until European Union membership - not to negotiate and sign trade deals. He said: "Businesses, trade unions and the country need certainty about our future trading and customs arrangements". The organisations called for a tariff-free goods trade agreement between the United Kingdom and European Union, regulatory equivalence and mutual recognition of standards on an ongoing basis to ensure ...
Vice President Mike Pence said Monday President Donald Trump "will continue to be clear" in condemning white supremacist hate groups - even though the President himself has not actually done so in the wake of a white supremacist terrorist attack during a hectic rally in Charlottesville, Virginia that left one counter-protester dead.
Who would have thought. The Daily Stormer's domain is now reportedly being hosted by Google , according to WHOIS results, which show the domain transferred on Monday. Shortly after the switch was noticed, Google dropped the site .Later in the day, Scaleway , a France-based server hosting company, confirmed to Vox that it has terminated "The Daily Stormer's " account and locked its hosting server.
That's because the clock tower Big Ben calls home will be undergoing extensive restoration work for the next four years. The last stoppage for maintenance was in 2007, and refurbishment works previously silenced the bell from 1983 to 1985.
The three review appeals, in reply to the petitions filed by Imran Khan, Sheikh Rashid and Sirajul Haq, were submitted by Nawaz's lawyer Khawaja Harris. Achakzai said the same five-judge panel that decided on the disqualification would likely hear the review petitions. The bench had also directed the National Accountability Bureau to file cases against Sharif, his sons Hassan Nawaz, Hussain Nawaz, daughter Maryam Nawaz, son-in-law Muhammad Safdar and then Finance Minister Ishaq Dar.