- Breitbart News 03:47July 17, 2019Rep. Al Green Files Articles of Impeachment Against President TrumpDemocrat Rep. Al Green (D-TX) filed articles of impeachment against President Trump Tuesday, right after the House voted to condemn what Democrats say were Trump's "racist" remarks against far-left members of Congress.
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- Snopes 02:17July 16, 2019Is Samsung Stealing Data and Photographs from Cell Phone Users via a Secret Chip Implanted in Their Batteries?FACT CHECK: Is Samsung stealing data and photographs from cell phone users via a secret chip implanted in their batteries?
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- The Guardian(UK) 20:19July 15, 2019Darren Grimes accuses elections regulator of errors in spending casePro-Brexit activist launches appeal against £20,000 Electoral Commission fineLawyers for the pro-Brexit campaigner Darren Grimes have accused the UK’s elections regulator of errors and irregularities in its decision to fine him for breaking referendum spending laws.The Electoral Commission fined Grimes £20,000 last year after concluding he had coordinated with Vote Leave, the principal campaigner for a leave vote in the EU referendum, in breach of rules. Continue reading...
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- The Guardian(UK) 10:59July 14, 2019I’ll take you to court to block a no-deal Brexit, Gina Miller tells Boris JohnsonActivist is reassembling team of top barristers to stop parliament being shut down to push through Brexit against wishes of MPsThe campaigner and businesswoman Gina Miller will launch immediate legal action to prevent Boris Johnson from shutting down parliament in order to drive through a no-deal Brexit against the wishes of MPs, the Observer can reveal.Miller’s lawyers, Mishcon de Reya, have written to the likely next prime minister, saying that such a move would be not only “constitutionally unacceptable” but also unlawful, and would lead them to mount an urgent challenge in the courts. Continue reading...
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