News Headlines - 20 December 2016

Theresa May indicates MPs will not be given vote on final Brexit deal | The Guardian

Theresa May has refused to commit to giving MPs a vote on the final Brexit deal struck by the government during two years of talks with representatives of the other 27 countries in the EU.

Sturgeon: UK could stay in single market - BBC News

Nicola Sturgeon has argued it would be "democratically justifiable" for the whole of the UK to remain in the European single market after Brexit.
But the Scottish first minister also said it would be possible for Scotland to remain in the free trade bloc even if the rest of the UK left.

Michelle Obama: Why I am helping Trump - CNNPolitics.com

"The words that we say moving forward -- all of us, it matters, which is one of the reasons Barack and I are so supportive of this transition, because no matter how we felt going into it, it is important for the health of this nation that we support the commander-in-chief," she told Oprah Winfrey in an interview that aired Monday on CBS.

German politician threatens to fine Facebook €500,000 every time it shows fake news

Germany has threatened to crack down on the fake news scandal plaguing Facebook by levying hefty fines for posts that aren't removed immediately amid mounting fears that disinformation could influence the country's upcoming elections.

Aleppo girl Bana Alabed safely evacuated from the city, Turkish NGO tweets - Daily Sabah

A seven-year-old Syrian girl who reached out to thousands of followers with updates from war-torn Aleppo has been safely evacuated as a result of a recent deal between Turkish and Russian authorities for the evacuation of civilians and opposition fighters.








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