News Digest – 12th Jan 2017 @ 4.10 pm
New Statesman comment – Green Party Co-Leader Caroline Lucas on why Jeremy Corbyn should make the case for Freedom of Movement
Reuters – Oil price rises as Saudi’s tell Asian customers of output cuts
CNN – Confirmation hearing for Donald Trump’s Secretary of State pick Rex Tillerson begins
Independent – Theresa May says Norther Ireland devolution collapse will not delay invoking Article 50
CNN – Allies of Paul Ryan are spending $1bn to pitch replacement for Obamacare
Spectator Comment – Obama fell on his own myth – Daniel McCarthy
NBC News – Kellyanne Conway defends Donald Trump’s use of Twitter in appearence on the Seth Myers show
The Moon Of Liberty – Yesterday’s PMQ’s verdict – Kevin Alcock
LBC – Donald Trump accuses intelligence claims about him to be all fake news
Daily Mail – Donald Trump calls intelligence dossier against him a ‘disgrace’
Sky News – Donald Trump vows to be the greatest job creator
The London Economic – Study finds Trump and Farage are more trusted as they don’t speak like normal politicians
BBC News – Bank Of England Governor Mark Carney says Brexit risks to the UK now much lower
Trading Buddy.com – FTSE on course for new record highs.
Haaretz – Top Israeli diplomat to visit Turkey in symbol of thawing relations
CNN – Donald Trump says he was offered $2bn of business in Dubai over the weekend, he turned it down.
Reuters – China aircraft carrier sails through Taiwan Straight in symbolic show of aggression
Dayton (Ohio) News – Publication asks what was President Obama’s biggest achievement?
Daily Mail & The Sun – Heartless teachers at Broad Oak Community School in ST Helens tell five year old alopcia sufferer to take off her wig, ST Helens Council hide behind ‘Health and Safety’ to justify it
Wall Street Journal – Ex British intelligence office Christopher Steele named as the man behind the Donald Trump dossier
Fox News – James Mattis says he will bolster the US military if confirmed as new US Defence Secretary
London Evening Standard – US ethics committee not impressed by Donald Trump’s plans for his businesses while President