Armenia’s ruling party says will not nominate candidate for PM

Armenia’s ruling party says will not nominate candidate for PM

YEREVAN (Reuters) – Armenia’s ruling party will not put forward any candidate to become the country’s next prime minister to avoid stoking tensions, its spokesman, Eduard Sharmazanov, told reporters on Saturday. Armenia, a close ally of Russia, has been rocked by two…

Jeremy Hunt investigated for potential breach of money laundering rules by Parliament watchdog after purchase of luxury buy-to-let flats

Jeremy Hunt investigated for potential breach of money laundering rules by Parliament watchdog after purchase of luxury buy-to-let flats

The Health Secretary faces a probe by the standards commissioner after he was forced to apologise for failing to declare a stake in the company which bought the properties in Southampton’s Ocean Village development. The Sun first revealed the purchase last month, reporting the…

Britain had to move quickly on Syria, ruling out parliamentary…

Britain had to move quickly on Syria, ruling out parliamentary…

LONDON (Reuters) – British foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday the government took the decision to join missile strikes against Syria without securing parliamentary approval because it was focused on the speed and efficiency of the operation. FILE PHOTO: Britain’s Foreign…

Croatia’s deputy PM survives no-confidence vote over Agrokor

Croatia’s deputy PM survives no-confidence vote over Agrokor

ZAGREB (Reuters) – Croatian deputy prime minister and economy minister Martina Dalic survived a no-confidence vote on Friday prompted by opposition discontent over her handling of the debt crisis in the largest Balkan firm Agrokor. [AGROK.UL] FILE PHOTO: Croatian Prime Minister Andrej…

David Davis warns MPs could veto any final Brexit deal unless Parliament is given a ‘substantive’ idea of our future trading relationship with the EU

David Davis warns MPs could veto any final Brexit deal unless Parliament is given a ‘substantive’ idea of our future trading relationship with the EU

The Brexit Secretary said the Government could struggle to get the House of Commons to sign off on the £40billion “divorce bill” if he cannot provide a “lot of detail” about the long-term agreement with Brussels. The UK is aiming to secure…