Trudeau faces political HELL ahead of 2019 election as shock poll shows Canada concerned

Despite unemployment at a low, and improvements made to the economy, Mr Trudeau has faced terrible polling results with many Canadians fearful of the country’s future. Writing for CNN, political expert Michael Bociurkiw has warned that despite his popular victory four years ago, Mr Trudeau’s Liberal Party faces an uneasy election campaign this year. Mr Bociurkiw said: “It is hard […]

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Radiation fears as fire on Russian nuclear submarine sparks chilling Chernobyl comparison

The Russian defence ministry took 24 hours to announce the accident which has fuelled speculation the radiation leak is being covered up. According to Russian officials, the Losharik vessel was merely a deep sea research submarine but following a statement from the defence minister, Sergei Shoigu, some have speculated the fire could have threatened the nuclear arms. Moreover, following the […]

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Czech government on brink as president again refuses to sack minister

LANY, Czech Republic (Reuters) – The Czech ruling coalition appeared closer to collapse on Thursday after President Milos Zeman again refused a government request to sack the culture minister, raising the possibility of a snap election. Prime Minister Andrej Babis’ ruling ANO party and its junior center-left coalition partner, the Social Democrats, are demanding the dismissal of Culture Minister Antonin […]

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Kim Jong-un praises ‘excellent letter’ from Donald Trump in US-North Korea breakthrough

It was revealed last night that Kim Jong-un has received a personal letter from President Trump and state media report Mr Jong-un will “seriously contemplate the interesting content”. The North Korean leader appreciated “the political judging faculty and extraordinary courage of President Trump”, according to news agency KCNA. Sarah Sanders, White House press secretary, confirmed that Mr Trump had written […]

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Australian opposition wants more details before supporting tax reforms

MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Australia’s main opposition party said on Sunday it wanted more information on the government’s tax cuts before committing to supporting the full A$158 billion ($109 billion) package when parliament resumes next month. The proposed tax reforms are to take place in three stages spread over several years, and the opposition’s key sticking point has been the final […]

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