Supreme Court: What happened with Brexit on Tuesday?

The Supreme Court is hearing competing arguments about the legality of the prime minister’s suspension of Parliament. The most senior judge in the UK, Lady Hale, says the case raises “a serious and difficult question of law”, as she and 10 other judges must decide whether advice Boris Johnson gave to the Queen about prorogation

Supreme Court: Parliament suspended ‘to stop MPs frustrating PM’, judges told

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionLIVE: Supreme Court prorogation hearing Boris Johnson sought to suspend Parliament to avoid the risk of MPs “frustrating or damaging” his Brexit plans, the Supreme Court has heard. Lawyers for campaigners challenging the suspension said there was “strong evidence” the PM saw MPs “as an obstacle” and

MSNBC: Stopping Climate Change Is Like Fighting World War II

MSNBC on Monday demonstrated how extreme the left can be on climate change, making comparisons to fighting World War II and the possible need of going vegan at some point in order to save the planet. Host Ali Velshi talked to Jonathan Safran Foer, the author of We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins

Sen. Mazie. Hirono Calls For The Immediate Impeachment Of Brett Kavanaugh

Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) is calling on House Democrats to immediately take up impeachment proceedings against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Sen. Hirono said in a statement provided to PoliticusUSA: Brett Kavanaugh should never have been confirmed to the Supreme Court. It was plain to me and many others at the time that the

Brett Kavanaugh was already unpopular with voters. The new allegation could reignite opposition. : politics

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Kamala Harris Was Ready to Brawl From the Beginning

This, it seems, is where some of the tensions began. Fred Gardner, an office spokesman at the time, said that Mr. Hallinan became concerned as Ms. Harris assumed a public-facing role in the ballot debate, growing suspicious that Ms. Harris might run against him. (Mr. Hallinan’s son, Brendan, said his father, now 82, was not

145 business leaders write to Senate demanding background check, ‘red flag’ laws

Business leaders are getting fed up, too: No company wants to host the next mass shooting. In yet another public push to get the Republican-held Senate to take action to curb gun violence, the CEOs of 145 U.S. companies signed a letter asking Senate leaders to stop dawdling and pass two of the most popular

Conservative Party Facebook advert altered BBC headline

The Conservative Party has said it is reviewing its Facebook advertising after it was accused of misrepresenting a BBC News story. An advert featured the BBC logo with a headline saying “£14 billion pound cash boost for schools”. But a BBC story linked in the advert said the figure was £7.1bn. Fact-checking charity Full Fact

Brexit: DUP denies report it would accept Irish Sea checks

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Arlene Foster said the DUP would not accept arrangements that create a barrier to east-west trade The DUP leader has rejected reports the party is prepared to abide by some European rules after Brexit. The unionist party had agreed “to shift its red lines” as part of a new

Brexit: DUP denies report it would accept Irish Sea checks

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Arlene Foster said the DUP would not accept arrangements that create a barrier to east-west trade The DUP leader has rejected reports the party is prepared to abide by some European rules after Brexit. The unionist party had agreed “to shift its red lines” as part of a new