News Headlines - 06 January 2017

Boosted by Apple, Wall Street parties like it's 19,999 | Reuters

The Dow came within one point of 20,000 for the first time on Friday and the Nasdaq and S&P 500 reached record highs, boosted by Apple, extending a two-month rally fueled by optimism about U.S. President-elect Donald Trump.

PM Theresa May to meet Donald Trump in February

A senior Number 10 source told Sky News the Prime Minister will go to Washington "after the President's inauguration" - which is on 20 January - at some time in February.

Norway PM says UK lacks negotiating experience, fears 'very hard Brexit' | Reuters

Britain lacks experience in international negotiations due to its long membership of the European Union and this could slow talks on its departure from the EU, the premier of non-EU Norway said, adding that she feared "a very hard Brexit".

Japan recalls envoys over new 'comfort women' statue in Busan | The Japan Times

Japan will temporarily withdraw its ambassador to South Korea and suspend high-level economic talks because of a new dispute over a statue depicting the wartime “comfort women.”

Man told to take citizenship test despite living entire life in UK | The Guardian

A man born in London to German parents has been told he cannot get a British passport unless he takes a UK citizenship test because he cannot prove his mother was legally in the country when she gave birth.








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