Fury vs Wilder II: WBC vote unanimously in favour of rematch between heavyweights

A statement from the organisation read that the council had reached "a unanimous agreement" for Fury vs Wilder part II. The two warriors fought out a thrilling draw last weekend, with many believing Fury had been cheated out of completing one of the greatest boxing comebacks. WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman stated: “The World Boxing Council conducted a vote through the […]

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Spain vows to vote against Brexit deal without concession on Gibraltar

Spain vows to vote against Brexit deal without new concessions on Gibraltar as Madrid insists it cannot be part of the final UK-EU trade talks Spain threatening to vote against the Brexit deal without Gibraltar concessions  Madrid says it must have a direct veto over any trade deal applying to the Rock  Spain cannot veto the Brexit divorce on Sunday […]

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Nissan board vote unanimously to fire disgraced chairman Carlos Ghosn

Nissan board vote unanimously to fire disgraced chairman Carlos Ghosn in humiliating fall from grace for the man who once saved the company Carlos Ghosn, 64, has been sacked from his role as chairman of Japan’s Nissan  He had been in the role for almost two decades before being arrested by police  Ghosn faces charges of financial irregularities and under-reporting […]

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Cows with or without horns? Swiss to vote on Sunday

PERREFITTE, Switzerland (Reuters) – Switzerland votes this Sunday on an issue of national importance that has divided the Alpine country – whether to subsidize farmers who let their cows’ and goats’ horns grow naturally. The referendum on preserving the “dignity of livestock” was initiated by farmer Armin Capaul, 66, a self-described rebel. He says that “listening” to his cows inspired […]

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Theresa May no confidence vote – Tory rebels claims they have the 48 letters needed to trigger leadership ballot on embattled PM

Brexiteer shop steward Steve Baker told the hardline European Research Group that at least 48 MPs have called for a vote of no confidence – enough to trigger a leadership vote. But the publicly declared figure is still less and the senior Tory who would oversee the vote has remained tight-lipped. The Tory whips who enforce the will of the […]

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Vote against May’s ‘bad deal’ to reopen talks, Sturgeon tells MPs

Nicola Sturgeon tells MPs they must vote against May’s ‘bad deal’ to reopen talks on a softer Brexit that includes staying in the EU’s single market and customs union The SNP leader insisted today Theresa May is offering a ‘false choice’ on Brexit  Sturgeon said blocking PMs’s ‘bad deal’ would ‘open the door to a better deal’ May has always […]

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