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19 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Tory TV's leadership debate last night went into chaos as the five remaining hopeless prime ministers quarreled with each other and offered no answers or real guidelines. Boris Johnson eventually broke cover after being accused of withdrawing from previous talks, but anyone hoping to hear how he would lead Britain was disappointed. Former Secretary of […]

18 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
HUMZA Yousaf has claimed ministers could be sued by footie chiefs if he released official data on bigotry at matches. The Justice Secretary said the Government had agreed with SPFL bosses to keep info on sectarian incidents secret. Mr Yousaf was grilled over the dossier It came as he was asked why he won’t publish two years’ worth of information on the extent of “unacceptable” behaviour inside stadiums. He said his predecessor Michael Matheson had signed a deal that let him see the findings compiled by SPFL officials — but only if they were kept “confidential”. Mr Yousaf went on: “It’s not in my gift to rip up an agreement with a stakeholder because doing so could be actionable.” He revealed he spoke with SPFL chief exec Neil Doncaster about making the dossier public. Humza Yousaf quizzed over sectarianism dossier kept secret by Scottish Government and SPFL The SNP minister added: “He confirmed they’re committed to discuss this positively at their next board meeting.” But Lib Dem MSP Liam McArthur blasted the SPFL’s stance as “pathetic”. [bc_video video_id=”6021159450001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Rangers kit man Jimmy Bell called a ‘sad orange b******’ in sick sectarian jibe”] And he questioned whether the body “deserve to be running the game” when their response to sectarianism depends “on secrecy and gagging orders”. Tory Liam Kerr, Labour’s James Kelly and Nat James Dornan also called for the data to be made public. Last night Mr Doncaster said his chat with Mr Yousaf was “very positive and productive”. The soccer supremo added: “He formally requested that a variety of information be made public. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] “We will discuss this as a board before deciding on the best way forward. “During the conversation we agreed on the imperative to do all we can to tackle unacceptable conduct.” christine.lavelle@the-sun.co.uk [bc_video video_id=”5771356478001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Tory MP Esther McVey is heckled by public during rape clause claims at Holyrood”] We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200  
18 Jun 19
Recovery And Spirituality

The Common Knowledge Game (CKG) is a newer name for a form of consensus social understanding used in collective consciousness since humans became social animals.  The CKG informs our understanding of our own lives, how we see others, and how to use it’s often times twisted knowledge of poor self-esteem and negative judgments of others […]

18 Jun 19
Newsy Today

The conservative parliamentary group on Tuesday eliminated the former minister of 'brexit', Dominic Raab, from the election of the new leader, presenting the first great surprise of the process, which placed the Minister of the Interior, Sajid Javid, and that of Aid for Development, Rory Stewart, as those who had less chance of overcoming the […]

18 Jun 19
Workplace Violence

Douglas Hospital declares ’emergency measures task force’ after two assaults  Montreal Gazette "No member of our staff should be worried about their physical or psychological safety," said top hospital administrator, Lynne McVey. Source: Ross Arrowsmith

18 Jun 19
The official Washington D.C. news site - timworld.info

National Business Boris Johnson builds lead in race to be UK prime minister By JILL LAWLESS Associated Press June 18, 2019 11:09 AM ORDER REPRINT → Conservative Party leadership contender Andrea Leadsom arrives to launch her campaign, in London, Tuesday June 11, 2019. The Conservatives are holding an election to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, […]

18 Jun 19
freeglot

Today the second round of voting on the future leadership of Britain’s Conservative party has eliminated the strongly pro-Brexit candidate Dominic Raab, leaving just five: Boris Johnson (who won even more votes than in the first round) and Michael Gove, both of whom voted for Brexit back in 2016; and Jeremy Hunt, Sajid Javid and […]

18 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

Rory Stewart The fact that the Minister of Development is still in the race is a sensation. (Photo: AFP) LondonBoris Johnson has extended his lead in the race for the post of British Prime Minister. The ex-Foreign Minister received in the second round of voting in the conservative lower house group on Tuesday 126 votes. […]

18 Jun 19
The J Word

Tonight we expect to see Boris extend his lead over his rivals in the second ballot of the Tory Party leadership race. With a previous total of 114 expected to grow he is head and shoulders above his counterparts and recent YouGov polling has seen his popularity among Conservative members and Leave-voters dwarfing the others. […]

18 Jun 19
Montreal Gazette

“No member of our staff should be worried about their physical or psychological safety,” said top hospital administrator, Lynne McVey.

18 Jun 19
PEOPLE.com

Robin Roberts, Ginger Zee, Amy Robach and David Muir surprised their co-host with a cake and a birthday serenade

18 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
ALMOST half of Tory members would be happy if Nigel Farage led their party, a fresh poll has revealed. In a shocking display of how popular the Brexit Party boss is among Tories, research from YouGov showed 46 per cent would be happy to see him steer their own ship. Nigel Farage would be welcomed by most Tory members to be their leader 56 per cent of those who backed him voted for Britain to leave the EU in 2016, it also revealed. This is despite 87 per cent of them thinking that the Brexit Party was a threat to their own organisation. The analysis showed that the membership of the party has crossed party lines in favour of finally delivering Brexit too. 63 per cent said they would rather see Scotland become independent and 59 per cent said they wouldn’t mind if Northern Ireland left the UK – as long as Brexit was delivered. Significant damage to the economy would be better than not leaving at all either, 61 per cent said. The only thing they thought worse than not seeing through our EU exit would be letting Jeremy Corbyn into No10 as PM, they said. Most think that finally upholding the 2016 result would give the party another election win, but failing to do so will ruin their chances of governing for good. [boxout headline=”Farage vows he WON’T do a deal with Boris”]NIGEL Farage has vowed to reject any offer of forming an electoral pact with the Tories – because he doesn’t “trust” them to deliver Brexit. He confirmed that “a couple” of Tory donors had asked him about the prospect of forming an agreement not to stand in Tory-Labour marginals in return for Tories not standing in certain Brexit Party target seats. But he told the Daily Express that his Brexit Party’s support in a General Election was “not up for grabs”. “Why would I trust anyone in the Conservative party?” he asked. “I can understand why they want to buy me off but the lack of trust means it’s not up for grabs.” Previously Mr Farage told The Sun Online he was interested to see whether he might be able to work with any of the Brexiteer candidates – including Boris, Esther McVey or Dominic Raab. Mr Johnson is the favourite going into today’s second round of voting with MPs. Scots Tory boss Ruth Davidson said that any pact with the Brexit Party would be proof they were “dead”. Writing in the Daily Telegraph today she said they didn’t need to team up with them at all. “We have to respect the referendum result and leave the EU as we said we would,” she said. “Without that, there is no trust, and without trust, people will not give us their vote. “Doing a deal with the Brexit party would be an admission of defeat. And we’re not dead yet.” [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN POLITICS” posts_category=”13″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Tories were reduced to just eight per cent in the EU elections earlier this month as the Brexit Party stormed ahead to win. The Tory leadership contest is now in full swing to replace Mrs May as PM – with the final two set to go up against each other for the votes of the Tory members from next week. [bc_video video_id=”6047834905001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Nigel Farage says he’s ‘sick to death of overpaid, left-wing, so-called comedians on BBC’ in scathing attack after Jo Brand ‘acid attack’ gag”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online politics team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours
18 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
ALMOST half of Tory members would be happy if Nigel Farage led their party, a fresh poll has revealed. In a shocking display of how popular the Brexit Party boss is among Tories, research from YouGov showed 46 per cent would be happy to see him steer their own ship. Nigel Farage would be welcomed by most Tory members to be their leader 56 per cent of those who backed him voted for Britain to leave the EU in 2016, it also revealed. This is despite 87 per cent of them thinking that the Brexit Party was a threat to their own organisation. The analysis showed that the membership of the party has crossed party lines in favour of finally delivering Brexit too. 63 per cent said they would rather see Scotland become independent and 59 per cent said they wouldn’t mind if Northern Ireland left the UK – as long as Brexit was delivered. Significant damage to the economy would be better than not leaving at all either, 61 per cent said. The only thing they thought worse than not seeing through our EU exit would be letting Jeremy Corbyn into No10 as PM, they said. Most think that finally upholding the 2016 result would give the party another election win, but failing to do so will ruin their chances of governing for good. [boxout headline=”Farage vows he WON’T do a deal with Boris”]NIGEL Farage has vowed to reject any offer of forming an electoral pact with the Tories – because he doesn’t “trust” them to deliver Brexit. He confirmed that “a couple” of Tory donors had asked him about the prospect of forming an agreement not to stand in Tory-Labour marginals in return for Tories not standing in certain Brexit Party target seats. But he told the Daily Express that his Brexit Party’s support in a General Election was “not up for grabs”. “Why would I trust anyone in the Conservative party?” he asked. “I can understand why they want to buy me off but the lack of trust means it’s not up for grabs.” Previously Mr Farage told The Sun Online he was interested to see whether he might be able to work with any of the Brexiteer candidates – including Boris, Esther McVey or Dominic Raab. Mr Johnson is the favourite going into today’s second round of voting with MPs. Scots Tory boss Ruth Davidson said that any pact with the Brexit Party would be proof they were “dead”. Writing in the Daily Telegraph today she said they didn’t need to team up with them at all. “We have to respect the referendum result and leave the EU as we said we would,” she said. “Without that, there is no trust, and without trust, people will not give us their vote. “Doing a deal with the Brexit party would be an admission of defeat. And we’re not dead yet.” [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN POLITICS” posts_category=”48″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Tories were reduced to just eight per cent in the EU elections earlier this month as the Brexit Party stormed ahead to win. The Tory leadership contest is now in full swing to replace Mrs May as PM – with the final two set to go up against each other for the votes of the Tory members from next week. [bc_video video_id=”6047834905001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Nigel Farage says he’s ‘sick to death of overpaid, left-wing, so-called comedians on BBC’ in scathing attack after Jo Brand ‘acid attack’ gag”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online politics team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours