2017.06.08

News Headlines - 08 June 2017

Election 2017: Tories to be largest party - exit poll - BBC News

The exit poll suggests the Conservatives would be 12 seats short of an overall majority.
It suggests Labour would gain 34 seats, the Conservatives would lose 17 seats, the Lib Dems would gain six and the SNP lose 22 seats.

Britain Votes as Narrowing Polls Indicate These Five Scenarios - Bloomberg

4. No majority
The chances of a softer Brexit have magnified as May would be unlikely to lead the Tories into another election and Corbyn could try and form a government with the pro-EU Liberal Democrats as well as the Scottish National Party and Welsh nationalists, Plaid Cymru. Suddenly the option of staying in the single market and ceding ground on immigration becomes plausible.

Comey: Trump White House 'lied' about the FBI - BBC News

Ex-FBI chief James Comey told Congress that the Trump administration's comments about him and the FBI were "lies plain and simple".
Mr Comey told a Senate committee they were wrong to denigrate the agency and its leadership.

Everything you need to know about the one-off Rolls-Royce 'Sweptail' | London Evening Standard

Like many of its recent models, the Sweptail takes its name and design cues from Rolls-Royce cars of the past, deliberately invoking the “swept back” tails common on many luxury cars of the 1920s.

Oldest Homo sapiens fossil claim rewrites our species' history : Nature News & Comment

Remains from Morocco dated to 315,000 years ago push back our species' origins by 100,000 years — and suggest we didn't evolve only in East Africa.


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