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1. *The impeachment inquiry into Trump has rattled global markets and poses 'a serious setback' to resolving the trade war. *Asian stocks all fell as uncertainty.. Business Insider - Published
It delighted Labour supporters and party apparatchiks who had been falling over each other in murderous ceremony at the party conference in Brighton: Prime Minister Boris Johnson would come to the.. Eurasia Review - Published
Calls have been mounting for Boris Johnson to resign after the UK's supreme court ruled that the prime minister's suspension of parliament was unlawful, prompting him to fly back from the United.. France 24 - Published
Watch VideoThe U.K. Parliament is back in session, thanks to a Supreme Court ruling that overturned its suspension. And that means representatives can pick up right back where they left off when it.. Newsy - Published
A gauge of global stocks fell for a third day on Tuesday as a push by some Democrats for the impeachment of U.S. President Donald Trump gained momentum, and the British pound strengthened after the UK.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
Donald Trump defends Boris Johnson as the UK prime minister comes under growing pressure to resign.Johnson's opponents lined up on Tuesday to call for his resignation after the UK Supreme Court ruled.. WorldNews - Published
The UK Supreme Court has ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was unlawful. So what are the next steps for Parliament, Brexit and the prime minister? Deutsche Welle - Published
Hopes for rekindled trade talks between the United States and China supported stock markets on Tuesday, while the British pound firmed as the UK Supreme Court ruled Prime Minister Boris Johnson's.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
The UK Supreme Court ruling as "unlawful" Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament is significant for those who live in other parliamentary systems inspired by the British model as it.. IndiaTimes - Published
The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Boris Johnson's decision to shut down parliament in the run-up to Brexit was unlawful, but a defiant prime minister said he disagreed and vowed that Britain.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
European Parliament head David Sassoli on Tuesday welcomed the UK Supreme Court ruling that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's suspension of the parliament was unlawful, saying lawmakers' scrutiny.. Reuters - Published
The UK Supreme Court ruled earlier on Tuesday that Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament was illegal.
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