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Short Brexit delay possible, but conditionalonald Tusk has said

short delay to Brexit is possible, but will be conditional on the House of Commons passing the Withdrawal Agreement.

“The question remains open as to the duration of such an extension,” Tusk, the President of the European Council, said.

Tusk said he spoke to Theresa May on the phone earlier this afternoon.

“May’s proposal of the 30 June, which has its merits, creates a series of questions of a leg

al and political nature,” he added. “Leaders will discuss this tomorrow.”1 hr agoDona

ld Tusk speaking nowThe President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, is giving a press conference in Brussels.

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MPs surprised by “downright reckless” strategy, Starmer says
Labour’s Sha

dow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer has opened the emergency debate into the Brexit delay by quoting Ther

esa May’s de facto deputy David Lidington, who said last week that if May’s divorce deal was not passed by parl

iament, seeking “a short and, critically, one-off extension would be downright reckless.”

Starmer says those statements led MPs to believe that May would reques

t a long extension if she hadn’t passed her plan — but May has asked for a delay only until June 30.

He adds that the confusion is symptomatic of May’s Brexit strategy to date — to “put parliament as far away as possible from the process.”

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The Addis Ababa-Nairobi route links East Africa’s two

largest economic powers and is popular with tourists making their way to safari and other destinations. Sunburned travel

ers and tour groups crowd the Addis Ababa airport’s waiting areas, along with businessmen from China and elsewhere.

“I came to the airport to receive my brother but I have been to

ld there is a problem,” Agnes Muilu said. “I just pray that he is safe or he was not on it.”

Kenya’s transport minister, James Macharia, said that authorities had not yet r

eceived the passenger manifest. He said an emergency response had been set up for family and friends.

“My prayers go to all the families and associates of those on board,” Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta said.

In a statement, Boeing said it was “deeply saddened” to hear of the crash and that a techni

cal team was ready to provide assistance at the request of the US National Transportation Safety Board.

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Trump responded on Tuesday according to his creed, with a

  promise of all-out confrontation and a searing blast at his enemies.

  ”It’s a disgrace. It’s a disgrace to our country,” he said, accusing Democrats of being consu

med by anger at their loss in 2016, and framing the coming fight as an extension of his 2020 re-election campaign.

  Trump’s press secretary, Sarah Sanders, set the vituperative tone of a fight ag

ainst a Democratic majority seeking to expose the President as historically corrupt.

  ”Democrats have embarked on a fishing expedition because they are terrified that thei

r two year false narrative of ‘Russia collusion’ is crumbling,” Sanders said in a statement on Monday night. “The D

emocrats are not after the truth, they are after the President.”Sanders and everyone else inside the White House are about to end

ure the bitter, full-on misery of a multi-front oversight campaign. That means a blizzard of subpoenas, officials be

ing hauled up to Capitol Hill to testify under penalty of perjury and a mountain of legal bills.

  But Trump has lived in the eye of such storms for much of his adult life, and he comes to the fight with certain advantages.

  His clash with House Democrats will give him the foil in the form of his Democratic tormentors that he’s lacked ever s

ince his 2016 campaign. This President is always most effective with an enemy to define himself against.

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Main goals for economic and social development in 2019

Premier Li Keqiang delivered the government work report at the second session of the 13th National People’s Congress that opened in Beijing on Tuesday.

Here are the main 2019 goals for economic and social development from the report.

— GDP growth of 6-6.5 percent

— Over 11 million new urban jobs, a surveyed urban unemployment rate of around 5.5 percent, and a registered urban unemployment rate within 4.5 percent

— CPI increase of around 3 percent

— A basic equilibrium in the balance of payments, and stable, better-structured imports and exports

— A macro leverage ratio that is basically stable, and effective prevention and control of financial and fiscal risks

— A reduction of over 10 million in the rural poor population

— Personal income growth that is basically in step with economic growth

— A further improvement in the environment

— A drop of around 3 percent in energy consumption per unit of GDP

— Continued reductions in the discharge of major pollutants

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Sequi said the Chinese authorities have been determined

 and smart in securing a steady pace of growth while keeping potential sources of financial risk under control in the past few years.

“This, in turn, has benefited the global economy as a whole,” he said, adding that it is important to

continue to send the right signals in terms of both domestic policies and international engagement.

One of the interests of Leela Paudyal, the ambassador of Nepal to China, is learning about China’s solutions to the glob

al challenges of an economic slowdown so that the Chinese economy, and the global economy, will continue to thrive.

“I hope that the upcoming two sessions will carry forward the great mome

ntum in China’s growth and development by discussing and deliberating policies that sup

port and further accelerate the country’s forward march toward greater prosperity,” he said.

Luis Schmidt, Chile’s ambassador to China, has high expec

tations for what China has to say about international trade as a leading player.

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Friendly’ walk away suggests there is more talking to be don Ch

After his meeting in Hanoi with Democratic People’s Repub

lic of Korea top leader Kim Jong-un was cut short on Thursday, United States President Don

ald Trump said that “sometimes you have to walk”, and that “this was just one of those times.”

Although “it was a friendly walk”, he added.

Certainly the two leaders greeted each other with warm smiles and handshakes whe

n they met on Wednesday, and they exchanged friendly words over dinner that evening.

But Trump said that Kim wanted too much by demanding a complete lifting of US-led int

ernational sanctions in exchange for the closing of the DPRK’s Yongbyon nuclear facility.

This gets to the heart of the matter concerning their diffe

rent approaches to the DPRK’s denuclearization: Washington sees the sanctions as tools of coer

cion, and has demanded that Pyongyang do something “meaningful” to denuclearize before it offers sanctions relief.

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The problem is, that new divide doesn’t fall down tradition

party lines — hence the defections from both of the UK’s main parties. And if how you voted on Brexit ultimately dictates how you vote, what do

es that mean in the context of the rest of a political platform?
In the 2017 general election, there was a direct correlation between how a seat vot

ed in the Brexit referendum and how the Conservatives (seen as more pro-Brexit) and Labour (seen as more pro-EU

) performed respectively.
Rob Ford, Professor of Political Science at the University of Manchester and au

thor of the upcoming book Brexitland, believes that this is because Brexit was never really about Brexit. “It’s what we aca

demics call the second ideological dimension. Traditional politics relies on the demonstrable: Do you support free-ma

rket economics or regulation? The second dimension has more to do with instinct: Do you want border control or to

welcome refugees? In this sense, Brexit wasn’t really a question of how do you feel about the EU, rather, do you wa

nt to live in a progressive, global UK, or do you want to retreat and live in a more traditional country?”

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Major European countries have shown a rather complicated

attitude toward Huawei and China. They wish to maintain their relationship with the US, while hesitating to completely exclude Hu

awei equipment. Most European network operators oppose banning Huawei. Hence there remains uncertainty on Huawei issues.

We are at a historic crossroads. One choice is to explain disputes and uncertainties as serious political and secu

rity issues, and push international relations in the direction of confrontation. Another is to handle p

roblems objectively to create a world dominated by cooperation and mutual compromise.

Europe played only a supporting part in the Cold War, but it may have its own leading role and guard its dignity in the era of multi-polar cooperation.

Whether it is possible for Europe to use high-quality and affordable Huawei equipment and b

uild an efficient and cheap 5G network is the touchstone for the continent to defend its independent role.

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We bring the best wishes of President Trump. He’s aske

ed us to state that he also places great importance on his personal relationship with you,” Lighthizer said.

“We have had two very good days of negotiations. We feel that we have made headway on some very

, very important and very difficult issues,” he said. “We have additional work we have to do but we are hopeful.”

Xi asked Lighthizer and Mnuchin to extend his sincere greetings to President Trump, saying that he cherishes their good wor

king relationship and would like to keep in contact with him.
Cooperation based on fully respecting mutual interests is the best way for the two c

ountries to renew their trade and economic relations with a deal that is in line with the interests of both countries. If that has been the shared und

erstanding during this week’s talks, and it is carried forward in the negotiations in Washington next week, hopef

ully the two sides will be able to narrow the differences between them sufficiently so that the two leaders can pe

ncil in a date for a meeting at which they can shake hands on a deal that sets the right course for future relations.

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Some conservatives in South Korea voiced concerns over a we

akening alliance with the United States at the same time as negotiations with North Korea to deprive it

of its nuclear weapons hit a stalemate. They said Trump might use the failed military cost-sharing negotiations as an excuse to pull back so

me U.S. troops in South Korea as a bargaining chip in talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Trump told CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Feb. 3 that he has no plans to withdraw troops from S

outh Korea. During his election campaign, Trump suggested he could pull back troops from South Korea a

nd Japan unless they took on greater a share of the financial burdens of supporting U.S. soldiers deployed there.

South Korean media earlier reported that Trump demanded South Korea double its spe

nding for the U.S. military deployment, before his government eventually asked for 1.13 trillion won ($1 billion).

Seoul’s Foreign Ministry said the U.S. had called for a sharp increase in South Korean spending but didn’t elaborate.

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