UK’s May to face angry lawmakers over Syria airstrikes

British Prime Minister Theresa May has told restive lawmakers that military action against Syria was right both legally and morally, and she accused Syria and its ally Russia of attempting to cover up evidence of a deadly chemical weapons attack

       

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Source: ABC News >> Travis Reinking is still on the lam after being stopped by a patron at the restaurant.

Malcolm Turnbull admits the banking Royal Commission should have been done two YEARS ago 

Source: Daily Mail >> Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull said his original decision to resist a banking Royal Commission was because he wanted to implement reform instead of wait for a report.

Banking royal commission: Turnbull defends delay as hearings resume – live

Source: The Gaurdian >> Commission continues with further cases of inappropriate advice involving ANZ and AMP, then NAB financial advisers. Follow it live … 12.30am BST Good morning. Welcome to our live coverage of today’s hearing from the royal commission into the banking, superannuation and financial services industry. Today the commission turns its attention to […]