'But to make the point we are not at that stage yet and we don't have to be. If all parties come together and work with a will to get these provisions agreed then we won't need these clauses at all. That is the government's sincere wish. We are 100 per cent committed to these negotiations.' … [Read more...] about EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier says UK must ‘stick to facts’ in Brexit row as Justice Secretary Robert Buckland says he WILL resign if Britain breaks international law ‘in unacceptable way’
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She added: "We now hope the Payment Systems Regulator [the economic regulator for payments] will do everything in its power to support the industry to ensure a long-term funding solution can be introduced, including using its regulatory powers if required." … [Read more...] about Bank transfer fraud victims will be refunded under new rules IF banks sign up
'Many students will wish to talk with their parents, so I also encourage you to let your child know that you are aware of this incident and that you will listen to their concerns at any time they wish to share that with you. … [Read more...] about Father who meticulously planned the murder of his children, 13 and 15, before gunning them down and killing himself wrote a series of letters to his ex-wives with instructions to open them after he died
Trump continued to make up-beat economic predictions. 'I think there'll be a pent up demand when this is gone. I think that everything maybe where it's tamped down now people aren't leaving their homes, you're going to see a tremendous pent up demand which hopefully won't be in the too distant future,' Trump said. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump BANS visitors from Europe from entering the US for 30 days starting at midnight on Friday – but excludes the UK and Ireland – in effort to staunch coronavirus pandemic. But how will it slow spread of virus ALREADY inside US?
Coronavirus: The consequences for tourism Start of the season on the North Sea Islands Borkum, Juist (photo) and the other East Frisian islands are happy to be able to greet tourists again, even if it's a limited surge of visitors. Since May 11, overnight stays in holiday apartments and camping sites throughout Lower Saxony have been allowed again. Holidaymakers must stay at least one week. However, day tourists and hotel overnight stays are still prohibited. … [Read more...] about Traveling to Germany: Coronavirus restrictions — questions and answers