EU's Verhofstadt: No majority in European Union parliament remove backstop from Withdrawal Agreement
In an interview with ITV News, Mr Johnson said he believes there are "plenty of other creative solutions" to the Northern Irish backstop. "It is a question of the declaration on future ties", she said during a visit to Iceland. European diplomats expect little progress on Brexit until the British domestic landscape becomes clearer when Parliament returns on September 3 - after which Labour has vowed to try to collapse Johnson's government.
Pell was convicted in December of five charges over the rape of one 13-year-old choirboy and sexual assault of another at St Patrick's Cathedral in Melbourne in 1996. His friend, identified as M.R., died of a heroin overdose in 2014 at the age of 31 without ever complaining he had been abused. "He has a real sense of relief that George Pell is behind bars tonight", Lisa Flynn told AFP news agency.
In the lower house, the two parties could manage a comfortable majority of around 360 seats. Failing that, President Sergio Mattarella would have to dissolve parliament, 3-1/2 years ahead of schedule, a move that could trigger elections as early as the autumn.
Worldwide law forbids people from being rendered stateless, but British law allows the United Kingdom to strip terror suspects overseas of their citizenship if they are a dual national or able to obtain citizenship of another country. The officials went as far as to discuss possible escape routes for Letts out of Syria, and assured his parents they were "working diligently on your son's file", according to the emails.
Spain said it would take three days for its navy ship , the Audaz , to reach Lampedusa from the Spanish port of Rota, and it wasn't immediately clear how long it would take to escort the smaller Open Arms vessel to the Spanish island of Mallorca, where it is set to dock in Palma de Mallorca.
One reason fewer economists expect a recession next year-the Federal Reserve's move last month to dial back interest rates for the first time since 2008. Trump said that many of his advisers supported the idea of indexing capital gains, as it was something he could do without Congress. Trump, however, has dismissed concerns about a recession, offering an optimistic outlook for the economy after last week's steep drop in the financial markets and saying on Sunday, "I don't think we're ...