It would be economically damaging and fiscally counterproductive (not to mention politically disastrous) to press on with fiscal consolidation.
Boris Johnson's rival to replace Theresa May says he would defend the union with "every drop of blood in my veins".
Beth Chapman, the bail bondswoman who starred on the reality show "Dog the Bounty Hunter," is in a medically induced coma, her husband Duane "Dog" Chapman has confirmed on Facebook.
I Monitory Advisor (IMA) group founder director Mohammed Mansoor Khan has said that he wants to return to India and is ready to reveal the names of corrupt politicians and officers who extorted money from him and who are behind the downfall of his business venture.
Three decades after director Tim Burton's 1989 "Batman" film became a box office blockbuster and pop culture phenomenon, the decision to bring the Dark Knight to the big screen seems like it should have been a no-brainer. But in the years leading up to the film's release, it was as hard to breach the barriers to Hollywood as it was to break into the Batcave.
Lindsey Clark, 34, from Leeds, was left devastated after waking up from a planned C-section to discover she'd be sterilised. The mother-of-two says she did not give her permission for the op.
Chris Davies lost his seat after almost 20% of the electorate signed a petition to remove him.
The leading contender to become Britain's next prime minister is under pressure to address a visit police officers made to his London home after a reported quarrel with his girlfriend
Shay Turner was rushed to Rotherham General Hospital with a bowel infection that had led to sepsis. But a misdiagnosis of diabetes would eventually prove fatal.
The world’s largest retail trade association has urged the Trump administration not to impose additional tariffs on China as it would make Americans pay another $18 billion-a-year for various products, from footwear to furniture. Read Full Article at RT.com
The duty-free shops at Sydney Airport happened to be too big a temptation for a top manager and captain with Air India, who was caught shoplifting there. Even more surprising was his choice of loot, which may now cost him his job. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Law Council has renewed calls for a federal judicial commission to deal with complaints against judges as a Federal Circuit Court judge faces fresh scrutiny.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed his concern over the collapse of a large tent at a religious ceremony that news reports say killed at least 14 people
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The Australian share market is tipped to start the trading week lower, but investors remain hopeful upcoming trade talks between Washington and Beijing will turn things around.
Australian energy giant Santos says customers are 'crying out for gas' and desperately awaiting a decision on the fate of its coal seam gas project in NSW,
Regarding Israel's wealth and his greed in asking for money from the public, perhaps he should read the New Testament, Matthew 19:24.
A shake up of the state's transport agency signals major changes for both its 28,000-strong workforce and the public who use its services.
Three weeks after a 12-hour police search following a drug bust in which three BlackBerrys were seized, the unit's owner told police he'd found another.
The appeal is a fresh escalation in a dispute between a councillor and his colleagues.