"Far from being strong and stable, the government Theresa May is putting together is weak, wobbly and out of control".
On paper, it looks simple enough.
Coming off a bruising few days during which her future has hung in the balance, May will hope to secure a deal to prop up her minority government when she meets with Arlene Foster, the head of Northern Ireland's ultra-conservative Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), on Tuesday morning.
"I don't detect any great appetite among my colleagues for presenting the public with a massive additional dose of uncertainty by getting involved in a self-indulgent Conservative Party internal election campaign", Mr Graham Brady, the 1922 Committee chairman, told BBC TV.
Britain's prime minister has begun talks with a Northern Ireland-based party Tuesday to see if they can create an alliance to push through the Conservative Party's agenda after a disastrous snap election left her short of a majority in Parliament.
The Democratic Unionist Party controls the Northern Irish Assembly.
However, on top of being unpopular with large swathes of the United Kingdom electorate - with a petition against such a deal on change.org receiving over 700,000 signatures as of June 12 - the DUP's historically anti-gay, anti-Catholic and anti-abortion agenda has spooked even Conservative Members of Parliament. The border was eliminated as part of the 1998 Good Friday agreement which ended the so-called troubles.
Foster will nearly certainly ask for greater investment in Northern Ireland as part of the deal, as well as guarantees on support for pension plans and for winter fuel allowances for older people.
At the meeting with lawmakers in Parliament, May recognised that a broader consensus needed to be built for Brexit and made clear that she would listen to all wings of the party on the issue.
Solar energy is killing coal, despite Trump's promises That will help drive renewable penetration by 2040 to 74% in Germany, 38% in the US , 55% in China and 49% in India. Cheap renewable energy forms would decrease the use of coal in Europe by 87 percent and in the U.S.A by 45 percent.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn turned Mrs May's election slogans against her, claiming a link-up between the Tories and DUP would be a "coalition of chaos".
Johnson, meanwhile, has brushed off reports he is plotting to oust May, insisting he fully supports her attempts to form a minority government.
Another area where Thursday's result is likely to make itself felt is in how Britain's negotiations to leave the European Union will be conducted.
Mrs May has emerged from a key party committee meeting with backing to continue as PM - largely because there is no obvious successor and no appetite for fresh elections under her or anybody else. Sterling's effective exchange rate dropped by 1.4% the day after the 8 June elections, for a total depreciation of 12.2% since the Brexit vote of 23 June 2016.
The chaos has also weighed on the pound, which has plunged nearly two percent since Thursday, and the government may have to delay the announcement of its policy plans to parliament.
If a soft Brexit is on the cards, it would give hope to those who saw these ties as important or wanted to remain in the bloc.
She also accepted in the meeting that her authority was "extremely fractured" and she was no longer "calling the shots".
Her performance was roundly praised by Conservative MPs.
While the DUP are deeply eurosceptic, they have balked at some of the practical implications of a so-called hard Brexit - including a potential loss of a "frictionless border" with the Republic of Ireland - and talks will touch on efforts to minimise the potential damage to Northern Ireland.With formal European Union divorce talks due next week, May heads to France on Tuesday to meet Emmanuel Macron, who last month swept to victory in its presidential election.During the campaign, May cast herself as the only leader competent enough to navigate the tortuous Brexit negotiations that will shape the future of the United Kingdom and its $2.5 trillion economy.Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the opposition Labour Party, which saw its number of parliamentary seats and share of the vote increase, said there could be another election this year or early in 2018 after Thursday's vote produced no clear winner.BREXIT CIVIL WAR?
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Chris, remember there is no evidence of wrongdoing; there's no evidence of collusion; there's no evidence of obstruction. He noted that Mueller can "only be fired for good cause", and it would be his job to put that good cause into writing.
Also of note, just 32 percent of those polled thought the Russian Federation investigation wasn't serious and should be set aside. Rasmussen poll results released about five months into Obama's first term - on June 16, 2009 - had his approval rating at 56%.
Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday met Union Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan and held discussions over the Presidential election. Each nomination paper has to be signed by at 50 proposers and an equal number of seconders who can also be MLAs.
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Japan's America's Cup dream ended as SoftBank Team Japan went down 5-3 to Sweden's Artemis Racing in their semifinal on Friday. A spokesman said the shore team worked through the night and that the boat will be ready for Thursday's three scheduled races.
The driver and sole occupant of the Tesla died in the crash; the commercial truck driver was not injured. The NTSB probes only a handful of highway accidents each year in search of broad safety lessons.
The new measures are presented in the form of an amendment to the draft law on the application of sanctions against Iran. Sanders insisted his concern was that the new sanctions against Iran would imperil the P5+1 nuclear deal with Iran.
Johnson said he was disappointed the DNC would not accept Homeland Security's help in finding its cyber-vulnerabilities. As homeland security secretary, Johnson lacked access to much of the intelligence being gathered.
The violence began when police raided the homes and offices of members of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM), a separatist movement. There were reports of death of an assistant commandant of the India Reserve Battalion but the death has not been confirmed yet.
Hall, who is committed to play at Texas A&M, will now have to make the decision to sign or stay pledged to his commitment. Texas Tech senior infielder Hunter Hargrove walks back in to the dugout at the end of the inning.
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In 2014, the party garnered 52 percent of the vote and 63 state Assembly seats. "Now this story will be told on a national stage". If the court decides to review the Wisconsin ruling on its merits, the justices will probably divide into at least two camps.
Trump's policy reversal marked "a grotesque spectacle straight from the Cold War ". "They have nothing to do with human rights". Even the Cuban-American population largely favored Obama's rapprochement with Cuba , with 51% of Cuban-Americans supporting it.
"You are witnessing the single greatest WITCH HUNT in American political history - led by some very bad and conflicted people! ". He also claimed that the person investigating him advised him to fire Comey, though it's unclear whom he was referring to.
Since taking office, Trump has expressed empathy for the participants. "It's a benefit to America to keep DACA", she continued. This document was meant to protect all immigrant parents of US citizens as well as other immigrants without necessary papers.
At 7:34AM ET, Newt Gingrich tweeted: " Republicans are delusional if they think the special counsel is going to be fair". He said he would agree to dismiss Mueller only if there were a legitimate basis to do so.
Imposing new restrictions on trade and travel to Cuba is something that a majority of Cuban-Americans would frown upon. And Americans can still self-certify under a general license that they are traveling to Cuba for legitimate reasons.