The majority of Democrats in early voting states not only want Donald Trump impeached, but also want to see him go to prison. In Iowa, the first caucus state, 53 per cent of respondents to a Firehouse Strategies/Optimus poll released Monday said they want Trump imprisoned, and another 50 per cent in the first primary state of New Hampshire said the same. In the early primary state of South Carolina, 54 per cent agreed with the poll's prompted statement: 'Some members of Congress have stated that President Trump should not only be impeached, but also imprisoned.' Also in the poll, an overwhelming majority of Democratic primary voters in these early voting states exhibited support for the House's impeachment inquiry into the president. In Iowa 79 per cent said they support impeachment, with 75 per cent saying the same in New Hampshire and 72 per cent in South Carolina. The Majority of Democratic primary voters in early primary states think Trump should be imprisoned on top of his … [Read more...] about Donald Trump should go to PRISON according to majority of Democrats in early voting primary states as just 1 in 6 don’t want the president impeached
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brexit countdown_bg Created with Sketch. Boris Johnson faces an uphill struggle to get his Brexit deal through the Commons despite managing to hammer a last-gasp agreement with the EU after years of bitter cross-channel wrangling. Today's stunning announcement sets up a potentially showstopping Commons confrontation on Saturday. The Prime Minister is certain to use the weekend session - the first since 1982 - for a vote on his deal. But the Parliamentary arithmetic is currently against him unless he can convince the DUP to reverse its opposition to what he has agreed or entice enough Labour rebels to defy the party whip. What happens tonight at the EU summit if a deal is agreed? The Brussels summit was set to be a humiliation for the Prime Minister. Under the rebel Benn Act passed in September he was legally required to ask for a further Brexit delay past October 31 if he could not agree a deal by this Saturday. With a deal in place that Brexit delay of three … [Read more...] about Can Boris Johnson win a Commons’ vote on his Brexit deal and what happens in the next few weeks if MPs FINALLY approve the UK’s departure?
brexit countdown_bg Created with Sketch. Boris Johnson vowed not to 'negotiate a delay' to Brexit today after his moment of triumph on a deal was dramatically snatched away by a Remainer plot. Despite frantic efforts, the PM failed to fend off an amendment tabled by former Cabinet minister Sir Oliver Letwin, which prevented his new package being put to a formal vote this afternoon. Mr Johnson now faces being compelled by the Benn Act to ask the EU for a Brexit extension tonight - but he defiantly insisted he would not change his stance. Responding to the result, he raged: 'The best thing for the UK and for the whole of Europe is for us to leave with this new deal on October 31. ‘I will not negotiate a delay with the EU and neither does the law compel me to do so.’ He added: 'No delays, and I will continue to do all I can to get Brexit done on October 31.' Mr Johnson said his deal is not dead and he is expected to bring forward implementation legislation … [Read more...] about ‘No more delays!’ Boris Johnson vents fury after Remainer MPs BLOCK vote on his Brexit deal by 322 to 306 in ‘Super Saturday’ stitch-up – with Jeremy Corbyn demanding that he ‘obeys the law’ and begs EU for extension
Rebel alliance leader Sir Oliver Letwin faced a furious backlash from his Leave-voting constituency on Friday for thwarting Boris Johnson's Brexit deal. Voters in his West Dorset seat voiced disbelief that their MP, who is standing down at the next General Election, had led the move to delay Brexit yet again. Chris Loder, the new Tory candidate for the seat, led the criticism, saying people were 'angrier than I have ever known them'. Leave-voting Mr Loder also claimed residents were even asking if Sir Oliver – who now sits as an independent MP – had in fact 'changed allegiances' and was now backing the openly anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats. Rebel alliance leader Sir Oliver Letwin faced a furious backlash from his Leave-voting constituency on Friday for thwarting Boris Johnson's Brexit deal (Letwin pictured in Parliament Square during anti-Brexit rally Saturday) Chris Loder (pictured), the new Tory candidate for the seat, led the criticism, saying people were … [Read more...] about We will never forgive Oliver Letwin: Howl of rage from MP’s Leave-voting constituency after he torpedoed Brexit
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan said he felt it was 'important' for Prince William to know how much Princes Diana 'was loved' in Pakistan. The former international cricketer was a friend of Diana, Princess of Wales - who visited a cancer hospital in Lahore as his guest just three months before her death in 1997. Speaking in an interview with CNN, Mr Khan said he told the Duke of Cambridge that Diana's death sent shock waves through even the most rural parts of the nation. Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan said he felt it was 'important' for Prince William to know how much Princes Diana 'was loved' in Pakistan The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embarked on a five-day tour of Pakistan, following in late Diana's footsteps. Speaking to CNN's Max Foster, Mr Khan said: 'I met Prince William after 23 years. Last time I met him he was a boy, along with Prince Harry and they came with their mother to my ex-mother in law's house.' 'I was telling Prince William that I was in … [Read more...] about Imran Khan says ‘it was important for William to know how much Diana was loved in this country’ as he celebrates Kate and Wills’ trip to Pakistan