Election 2022 results LIVE: Anthony Albanese officially sworn in as PM, to travel to Tokyo for Quad meeting; Dutton to run for Liberal leadership as counting continues in key seats

Earlier this morning, we mentioned that former NSW Labor Prime Minister Kristina Keneally has lost her battle for Fowler’s seat in western Sydney to independent Dai Le. Le has fronted ABC TV to say that a “fundamental change” is taking place in the once secure Labor chair. The new independent MP for Fowler, Dai Le.Credit:Peter … Read more

‘Stakes are very high’ Robert Peston makes gloomy prediction for Boris over partygate

Peston wrote on Twitter that Sue Grays’ long-awaited report on the lockdown-breaking parties in Downing Street will be published this week. Mr Peston added that “for the first time” a report from a government official would contain photographs which could mean that the “efforts” for the Prime Minister are very high. He said: “For the … Read more

India  may push for permanent food stock rules

NEW DELHI : India may seek a permanent solution to the issue of public storage for food security during the 12th World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference starting on 12 June in Geneva. Under current WTO rules, a Member State’s food subsidy bill should not exceed 10% of the value of production based on the … Read more

‘Shocking failure’ Boris warned over ‘loss of Northern Ireland’ – Brexit tensions on brink

Brexit: Northern Ireland has been “betrayed”, says Nigel Farage Foreign Minister Liz Truss has outlined unilateral measures to introduce separate “green” and “red” lanes for goods traveling between the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. This would draw a line between those who are destined to stay in the UK and those who are on their … Read more

Small businesses lose confidence in US economy

Entrepreneurs’ prospects are falling to record lows that were reached early in the pandemic Source link Denial of responsibility! Tamilbloggers.xyz is an automatic aggregator around the global media. All the content are available free on Internet. We have just arranged it in one platform for educational purpose only. In each content, the hyperlink to the … Read more

Farmers Can Change Govt, Should Keep Fighting Till They Get Remunerative Prices: KCR in Chandigarh

Telangana’s chief minister also paid tribute to the farmers who died during the agitation against the center’s now repealed agricultural laws. (Image: News18 / File) Rao was accompanied by his Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab’s Prime Minister Bhagwant Mann PTI Chandigarh Last updated:22 May 2022, 20:06 IST FOLLOW US ON: Telangana’s Prime Minister K … Read more

California’s schools chief could cruise to a second term, despite criticism

SACRAMENTO – Prolonged classroom shutdowns. Pandemic policy that sometimes frustrated both parents and teachers. Accusations of a toxic workplace. Doubtful employment methods. After all, the state Supt. of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond could be re-elected. “People are still angry and they need to be heard. And I’m listening,” Thurmond said in an interview with The … Read more

Best of cartoons, May 23, 2022

Best Series, May 23, 2022 Best Series, May 23, 2022 We’m sorry, this feature is not currently available. We are working to restore it. Please try again later. Dismiss Jump to section navigationSkip to contentJump to the footer 11 Pictures Today’s news was interpreted by our talented artists, illustrators and cartoonists. 22 May 2022 – … Read more

Brexit POLL: Does Northern Ireland protocol row put future trade deals at risk?

Foreign Minister Liz Truss is trying to resolve issues surrounding the Northern Ireland Protocol by introducing new legislation. Her proposal would override parts of the protocol – formed as part of the Brexit withdrawal agreement – by disrupting border controls in the Irish Sea. Such unilateral measures are likely to irritate Brussels and Dublin, both … Read more

India has become a U.S. partner in countering China — a limited partner, that is

WASHINGTON – For more than two decades, US presidents have pinned great hopes on an in-depth relationship between the United States and India, the world’s largest democracy – which they almost invariably mention. And at first glance, India looks like a natural American ally, not just an electoral democracy but a fast-growing economy that fears … Read more