'No economic case' for Scottish independence - Theresa May
The Scottish government have stated that they would need to seek approval from Westminster before holding a second referendum. The SNP accused May of hypocrisy, for criticising Scottish demands for independence while seeking a "hard Brexit".
Australia bounces back to robust GDP growth
He said in the mid-year economic and fiscal outlook Treasury projected 2.75% growth in 2017-18. The economy shrunk by 1.3% in the fourth quarter alone, the figures showed.
Spotify Will Take on TIDAL With Hi-Fi Music Tier
Spotify, the world's largest music subscription service, today announced a major milestone: 50 million paid subscribers. Spotify is preparing to launch a lossless audio version of its streaming service , according to multiple sources.
HSU chosen for list of top volunteer-producing colleges
Peace Corps volunteers will be eligible for significant financial aid in each of the three programs as part of the Paul D. CSU is the only university in Colorado ranked among the top 10 in the Large Colleges and Universities category.
Colts Starting Nose Tackle David Parry Arrested in Arizona
Investigators determined there was no connection between Parry and the two other men who were riding, and police arrested him. That's when Parry got belligerent and profane, according to a police report obtained by TMZ .
When Do Companies Have to Comply With the DOL Fiduciary Rule?
The move is expected to at least delay application of the rule, which is supposed to take full effect April 10. The Labor Department said the 60-day delay would give it time to complete the evaluation requested by Trump.
Black colleges were not founded as choice
If this is the kind of school choice that DeVos is hoping to bring nationwide, we are up a worse creek than previously thought. DeVos' school choice backing threatens to take funding away from failing schools who may need the funding the most.
Chelsea nearly unstoppable, says Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola
Manager David Moyes had no qualms with the Black Cats' efforts, but warned their hard work must quickly start yielding points. Sunderland head into the match six points adrift of safety, and now sit rock bottom.
Obama officials worked to leave investigators a trail on Russian Federation
I am expected to be part of the principals committee - so the senior-most people who have voices on the National Security Council. But under questioning, Coats appeared misinformed about a subsequent modification of the order that give Pompeo a seat.
ECO summit to help advance economic prosperity in region: PM
The Turkish president also underscored the need for greater cooperation in agriculture, environment and tourism. "First of all, we have to take steps to increase intra-trade among member states.
Here's everything we know about Lorde's second album
The aesthetics and style of Lorde's video were a world apart from counterparts like Taylor Swift and Katy Perry. There are open wounds - "I know what you did, and I wanna scream the truth", Lorde seethes.
Perth Adele impersonator joins her idol for onstage selfie and singalong
The Grammy and Oscar victor could add stand-up comedian to her talents, as she delighted the crowd with several amusing anecdotes. Singer Adele was left starstruck when she pulled a drag queen impersonator onstage with her and handed over the microphone.
A 2013 Tax Refund Could Be Yours
Does the US government still have your money? To find out if you filed your 2013 taxes, call the IRS hotline at 800-829-1040. Over 20,000 Louisiana taxpayers are due a refund from the federal government and time is running out to claim them.
CGST and integrated GST Law cleared, paving way for one-tax regime
States want the higher limit set at 40% to obviate the need to go to Parliament every time taxes have to be raised on certain goods and services.
China to boost defence spending by 7 percent
Fu said recent talks with China's neighbors had eased those tensions, a position Beijing has repeated often in recent weeks as Mr. Past year saw a 7.6 per cent rise over 2015.