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Mueller caught more witches as Republicans attacked FBI's Strzok.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan — a frequent critic of the American president — will allow protesters to fly a massive "Trump baby" balloon next week.
Two men have been arrested as the investigation into Friday's attack continues.
Local residents became frustrated after May swiftly departed after her visit St Clement’s church on Friday without addressing crowds.
While Theresa May dismissed the 'Daily Mail' cover as "a bit of fun," Nicola Sturgeon came out more strongly against it.
Internet privacy issues are debated in London’s Parliament as the British government review the Communications Data Bill Draft. They want to monitor whom you are talking to, when and where.