THERESA MAY has been accused of being “insensitive” to growing public anger in her desire to push ahead with Donald Trump’s state visit.
Former shadow minister and veteran Labour MP Paul Flynn wrote to the PM asking her to cancel or postpone the invitation given there...
Monday 3rd Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
DONALD TRUMP and South Korean counterpart Moon Jae In discussed trade and Pyongyang’s nuclear programme at the White House yesterday.
The US president said the pair were negotiating a trade deal to cut last year’s multi-billion-dollar trade deficit with Seoul.
Saturday 1st Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
Defence Secretary rallies behind US as president threatens more military action against Assad
Wednesday 28th Jun 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
US PRESIDENT Donald Trump welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, after the US slapped sanctions on Kashmiri separatists.
Mr Trump greeted his “true friend” with a warm hug outside the White House.
Speaking in the Rose Garden after their talks, Mr...
Judges OK bar on arrivals from Muslim countries
Tuesday 27th Jun 2017
US-Cuba normalisation will go on despite Trump’s rhetoric slowing it down, says CARLOS ALZUGARAY
Saturday 24th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
DONALD TRUMP’S state visit to Britain was left out of the Queen’s Speech yesterday, leading many to hope that it has been scrapped.
The address usually mentions planned state visits, but this year’s speech only referred to welcoming King Felipe and Queen Letizia of...
Thursday 22nd Jun 2017
GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed yesterday to save the widely opposed TTIP trade deal.
She told top bosses she would seek a broad agreement on trade at the Group of 20 summit in Hamburg on July 7-8, amid business concern that US President Donald Trump will quash the deal.
Wednesday 21st Jun 2017
Socialist island rejects ‘hard-line stance’ and urges dialogue and co-operation
Monday 19th Jun 2017
ABOUT 200 Democratic Senators and Representatives sued US President Donald Trump yesterday for allegedly violating the country’s constitution by taking payouts from abroad.
Gifts or payments to the president from foreign states are restricted under the US constitution, which says...
Thursday 15th Jun 2017