LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's timetable for leaving the European Union will not be affected by Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to call an early national election, her spokesman said on Tuesday, adding that work towards a Brexit deal would continue. "It carries on exactly as it is," he told reporters when asked whether work on the Brexit deal would be affected. "Officials carry on working and you continue to have secretaries of state working on this." He added that May received full backing for the early election from her top team of ministers at a meeting on Tuesday morning, and that she had spoken to Queen Elizabeth on Monday. (Reporting by William James, Editing by Kylie MacLellan)
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Trump baselessly bashed Obama for transferring records from the White House to Chicago. Here's why Obama was allowed while Trump is under scrutiny by the FBI.
As his time in the White House came to a close, Barack Obama transferred records from the White House for his presidential library in Chicago.
Republicans may have shot themselves in the foot by hammering the DOJ to release the Mar-a-Lago search warrant
Legal experts and political strategists say Trump's backers bit off more than they could chew — and Merrick Garland called their bluff.
Fox News host calls out GOP for attacking the FBI after raid on Trump's home: 'Whatever happened to the Republican party backing the blue?'
For years, the GOP has portrayed itself as the "law and order" party. But it's singing a very different tune following the FBI raid at Trump's home.
Did he really mean to say this out loud?
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The FBI was tipped off by an informer close to Trump who guided agents to where documents were kept, reports say
Officials told Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal that this person told investigators about the documents.
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Fox NewsFox & Friends co-host Steve Doocy flipped the script on Thursday morning, pushing back on House Minority Whip Steve Scalise’s wild suggestion that FBI agents went “rogue” in executing a court-approved search warrant at former President Donald Trump’s residence.Doocy further took issue with the immediate “rush to judgment” made by Scalise and other conservatives, asking if they could at least “wait a week” before determining that the FBI is “crazy.”Fox News has engaged in a full-scale mel
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Trump has until Friday afternoon to decide whether to fight the release of the Mar-a-Lago search warrant. His team is considering challenging the motion, per reports.
Former President Donald Trump could himself unilaterally release the search warrant and receipt of goods taken by the FBI. But it might not help him.
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After Trump allies demanded he reveal the warrant behind the search of Mar-a-Lago, the attorney general moved to do just that. Now, the ball’s in Trump’s court.
Trump took such sensitive documents from the White House that the DOJ felt it had no choice but to raid Mar-a-Lago: report
According to The New York Times, investigators tried subpoenaing Trump before taking the drastic step of searching his home.
Attorney General Merrick Garland said he personally approved the decision for the FBI to seek a search warrant for Trump's residence.
After Trump declined to answer questions Wednesday, legal experts said the former president’s decision could create an impression among some that he has something to hide.
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Michael Cohen says he 'would not be surprised' if FBI informant was one of Trump's kids or Jared Kushner
"It's definitely a member of his inner circle," Cohen, Trump's former personal lawyer and fixer, told Insider on Thursday.
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