Tom Gross 4 April 2019 6:50 AM 4 April 2019 6:50 AM Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Email Whatsapp Could Donald Trump win the Nobel Peace Prize after all? He would be following in the footsteps of his predecessor but unlike Barack Obama his award could be for something significant: helping to bring an end to one of the world’s most intractable conflicts – the dispute between Israelis and Palestinians. It might sound implausible but Trump may have a better chance of delivering peace – or at least a non-belligerency agreement – than previous presidents, even if those chances do still remain low. Trump’s Middle East peace envoy (and ex-real estate lawyer) Jason Greenblatt, who I met recently, says that the Trump team will soon unveil their plan – the “deal of the century”, as Trump has dubbed it. It could even come a day or two after next Tuesday’s Israeli elections. The election … [Read more...] about Could Donald Trump unexpectedly triumph in his bid for peace in the Middle East?
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3 April 2019 • 12:44pm Theresa May to seek compromise deal with Corbyn Tory Brexiteers call move 'deeply unsatisfactory' Telegraph View: Longest Cabinet meeting utterly fails to end Brexit uncertainty Ben Riley-Smith: Why Brexit Britain could follow Trump's regulatory bonfire? Sign up: Brexit Whatsapp updates and all-new Brexit Bulletin Nigel Adams resigned as minister for Wales over Theresa May's "grave error" of "legitimising and turning to" Jeremy Corbyn. The Prime Minister is facing a full-scale Tory rebellion as she was accused of handing the Labour leader “the keys to Brexit” and ignoring the will of her Cabinet and ruling out a no deal Brexit. It comes as Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay declined to rule out a customs union or a second referendum and said: "We are not setting pre-conditions". "It is undesirable but it is the remorseless logic of the House of Commons," he told BBC Radio 4's … [Read more...] about Brexit latest news: Minister quits amid Tory backlash against Theresa May as she invites Jeremy Corbyn for talks to break deadlock
Jeremy Corbyn has agreed to 11th hour talks with Theresa May in a bid to head off a catastrophic No Deal Brexit . The Mirror can reveal he will sit down with the Prime Minister on Monday ahead of her third attempt to get her deal through the Commons. In an exclusive interview, the Labour leader said: “We’re the responsible party here. We’re not running down the clock, we’re looking for solutions”. But Mr Corbyn revealed the only way Labour would back the PM’s deal was if she agreed to move towards a softer Brexit. “If she could say she’s prepared to understand what we’re saying, the points we’re making about the future - customs union, dynamic relationship with Europe - then we will be able to talk to her about that,” he said. “She’s got to move forward on how things can change.” After talks in Brussels, Mr Corbyn warned that Left-wing EU leaders were “frustrated” with Mrs May’s … [Read more...] about Jeremy Corbyn to meet Theresa May in bid to stop No Deal Brexit
Sadiq Khan escalated his ongoing row with President Donald Trump today, saying the next US leader “can’t be Trump”. The Mayor of London warned that the 2020 US election has global ramifications and hinted that left-winger Bernie Sanders will not win the race to beat Mr Trump. In an interview at Advertising Week Europe, the mayor likened Mr Trump’s presidential campaign to “Project Fear” during the EU referendum and said the president “amplified messages of hate”. Mr Khan, who has previously clashed with the president over Twitter, said: “I think the next president hasn’t declared yet. I think it’s not going to be Trump. It can’t be Trump - jeez! “We’ve got to recognise those people who voted for Donald Trump and made him president think he’s doing an OK job. One of the challenges...is you’ve got to recognise reasons why people supported him and why they still support him. … [Read more...] about Sadiq Khan: Next US leader ‘can’t be Donald Trump’
DONALD Trump’s son has declared democracy in the UK “all but dead” due to the failure to implement Brexit on time. In an astonishingly personal attack on Theresa May, Donald Trump Junior slammed her for promising “on more than 50 separate occasions that Britain would leave the EU on March 29”. Writing on the Telegraph website he added: “She needs to honour that promise.” Trump Junior lashed out at Mrs May for ignoring the advice of his dad, who last year advised her to sue the EU over its approach to negotiations. Brexit should have taken “only a few short months” to sort out but instead has “become a year-long stalemate, leaving the British people in limbo,” the US President’s son wrote. It comes a week after Trump senior made his latest intervention on Brexit - it was “tearing the country apart”. He said he was “surprised” at how badly Brexit had gone and observed that both sides were … [Read more...] about Donald Trump’s son declares democracy in the UK ‘all but dead’ due to delays to Brexit