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Shadow business secretary Rebecca Long-Bailey backs John McDonnell and says it would be "right" for Corbyn to stand down as Labour leader.
Spending review will be unveiled on September 4. Critics say public won’t be fooled by claims that austerity is over.
'It's not that we are against immigrants, not at all.'
Polls show voters are backing anti-establishment and far-right parties in record numbers.
Singapore is set to welcome its first female president ― a hijab-wearing Muslim woman named Halimah Yacob. Yacob was the
The commission says legal review requirements don’t apply to it.
As Stephen Hawking points out, that it's not AI that's dangerous, but the goals we're setting it. AI doesn't have a moral compass. It has a goal. If I programme it to take over the world, it'll try its damndest - it won't care about its carbon footprint or emotional collateral damage on the way.
As most Macron-related article conclude, these are early days. Macron's personality is winning the elections, but the hard work is only about to begin. Will he be able to work with what may be the largest majority in the history of the French 5th Republic to alleviate some of the problems that beset France? From chronic unemployment to thorny race relations, the list is long. At the very least, however, it is refreshing to observe a French politician able to score points on cautious optimism.
As Britain woke up to the results of the general election and yet more uncertainty, one thing became clear: this election and Brexit provides both challenges and opportunities for green issues in the UK and beyond.
We should stand with our LGBT friends and family, and demand that our rights are not sold off as part of a squalid deal to prop up a failed government. It is not time to be complacent about the rights to control our bodies and live our lives.