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Theresa May's top advisers quit as small Northern Irieland party agrees to help British government get its programme through parliament.
Also: Catwoman on Batman - we hear from Julie Newmar on the death of her friend Adam West. And is President Trump about to change US policy towards Cuba?
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What's the impact of a Tory-DUP deal in Northern Ireland as Theresa May tries to form a minority government after stunning election defeat. Also in the programme: Turkey releases French photographer Mathias Depardon; and US forces to aid Philippine army in Marawi
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British Prime Minister Theresa May says she will go into Brexit negotiations at the head of a minority government after an indecisive general election. Her Conservative party will rely on the support of the Northern Ireland Democratic Unionist Party, which supports a hard Brexit. Meanwhile the opposition Labour party leader, Jeremy Corbyn has called on the Prime Minister to resign.
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The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has announced her intention to form a government to ‘provide certainty’, despite her ruling Conservative Party failing to secure a majority in Thursday’s general election. She announced her intention to ‘lead Britain forward’, and said she would work in particular with the DUP, a unionist party from Northern Ireland.
(Photo: Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a statement to the media outside No. 10 Downing Street after meeting the Queen in Buckingham Palace in London. Credit: EPA/Andy Rain)
A dramatic day of testimony on Capitol Hill, as the sacked director of the FBI, James Comey, tells Congress he couldn't trust President Trump to tell the truth. We'll hear reaction and analysis from the US.
Also on the programme: An exclusive report from inside Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. And the latest from France, as the new French president, Emmanuel Macron tries to get a parliamentary majority.
(Photo: Former FBI Director James Comey is sworn in before testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Credit: Getty)
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