21 April 2017, 12:42 | Kevin Scott
UK Parliament vote overwhelmingly in favour of holding a June 8 election
Mr Corbyn accused the government of "broken promises" on health, education and the economy during its seven years in office. What's more, it means she is no longer prime minister by default after replacing David Cameron last July.
State still plans double execution despite Supreme Court setback
His execution, as well as Bruce Earl Ward's, never occurred due to stays put in place by the Arkansas Supreme Court. That would be the most in the United States in as short a period since the death penalty's reinstatement in 1976.
Mnuchin says will unveil tax reform plan 'very soon'
Some softening in the USA administration's bellicose rhetoric regarding North Korea has also been met with guarded optimism. "It will pay for itself with growth", he said of the tax plan which he expects to introduce before the end of the year.
President Trump turns fan-in-chief as Patriots visit the White House
A quick count of those standing on the stairs suggests that the Patriots' math still doesn't make up for the entire discrepancy. Kraft presented Trump with a personalized jersey and Belichick gave Trump a personalized helmet.