The US president's comments on immigration and his cancelled trip to the UK make some of the front pages. (BBC News - Top Stories) More
Posted on 23 January 2018 | 11:06 am | Google News
Newspaper headlines: Trump's 'racist' remarks and invite 'snub'
The Times quotes British officials as saying Mr Trump cancelled the visit due to a series of perceived slights - including a rebuke from the prime minister when he appeared to endorse the far-right group, Britain First. Clearly, the Daily Mail adds, he ...
Posted on 12 January 2018 | 7:07 pm | Google News
Theresa May: Trump was 'wrong' to retweet far-right posts
Responding to a call by MP Peter Bone for the president to delete his Twitter account, she said: "It's interesting to note [Mr Bone's] advice regarding Twitter accounts - I'm sure many of us might share his view." Former Conservative minister Tim ...
The Observer view of Trump's insults to Britain
Posted on 30 November 2017 | 8:55 am | Google News
CFPB in chaos as chief refuses to step aside for Trump's man
Analysis by Anthony Zurcher, BBC News. "High drama" and "bureaucratic power struggle" are words that don't usually go together, but these are unusual times in Washington, DC. A donut-carrying Republican who seemingly hates the controversial agency he's ...
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Leandra English Named Deputy Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau | Consumer Financial Protection ...
Posted on 27 November 2017 | 11:54 am | Google News
House price falls now widespread, say surveyors
"The combination of the increased cost of moving, a lack of fresh stock coming to the market, uncertainly over the political climate and now an interest rate hike appears to be taking its toll on activity in the housing market," said Simon Rubinsohn ...
housing crisis - latest news, breaking stories and comment - The Independent
Slight pick up in annual house price growth in October - Nationwide
Posted on 8 November 2017 | 7:01 pm | Google News
Lewes Bonfire night parade's 'racist' costumes to be axed
A group at one of Britain's biggest Bonfire Night events has vowed to tone down "disrespectful and racist" Zulu costumes amid a row over the outfits. Members of Lewes Borough Bonfire Society traditionally wear black face paint and extravagant ...
Posted on 3 November 2017 | 9:34 am | Google News
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