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Theresa May faces a barrage of protest from British regional leaders after she closed the parliamentary majority with the promise of 1 billion pounds to the Democratic Union Party in Northern Ireland.
The agreement states that two years of “trust and offer”, after which will be reviewed, and critics say that this amounts to a blank check for the DUP.
Work Premier Wales, Carwyn Jones, has called the deal a “direct cap to keep a prime minister and a small office for failed government”, while his SNP counterpart in Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, said the “dream, Without shame “the provision will adopt fair funding rules for the decentralized regions of the United Kingdom.
This could also eliminate plans to weaken the “triple block” of the pension and the means: to test winter fuel payments for the elderly – both became politically unsustainable anyway due to election results.
Here is a breakdown of what the case says and what it really means. Martin Kettle says that the actual cost is much higher than the £ 1bn price.
Consumer confidence in the UK has dropped since instant elections, according to a YouGov poll. The sharp fall was almost as bad as the diving that followed Brexit’s vote.
Families fear that the situation of instability in the parliament reaches the value of their home and their standard of living when they are already fighting against high inflation and the growth of low wages.
Chemical Weapons in Syria – The White House warned this morning that the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad could prepare another chemical attack and pay a “high price” if it continues.
The unexpected announcement seemed surprised by the US military and analysts have tried to assess their bases. Syria’s Russian ally is likely to fight the threat of an attack following the April cruise missiles commissioned by Trump against an air base near Homs.
US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, tweeted: “Any further attack on the Syrian people is attributed to Assad, but also to Russia and Iran who support killing their own people.”
Decision travel ban – The travel ban of United States President has been authorized to partially enter into force. The nine-judge Supreme Court jury said the 90-day ban on visitors to Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, and a suspension of the United States’ 120-day resettlement program for refugees should be Allowed when someone does not have a “credible claim of a good faith relationship with a person or entity in the United States.” The highest court in the United States lifted parts of the blockade trial orders that has been criticized as a “Muslim ban.”
Trump administration has called the verdict a victory, but the judges’ decision is somewhat technical, and there are still doubts about the effect of the ban and how it will apply – and what means for refugees.
Meanwhile, three-quarters of the world has no faith in Donald Trump to make the right decision as a leader, according to a Pew Research poll, while less than 49% have a positive view of Latina.
This compares with 64% who had confidence in Obama as president and supported the US role in the world.