How many UK MEP seats are there for the European Parliament elections?

As the UK hasn’t left the European Union yet, the country has to take part in the elections (Picture: Getty) If you’re not familiar with how the European Parliament elections work, here’s a rundown. Voters in 28 countries, all of which are part of the European Union, will elect 751 members of the European Parliament to serve as representatives of their countries in a five-year term, which will begin on 2 July. Elections will be held across EU countries from 23 to 26 May, with the UK’s held on the…

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Jimmy Carter finds renaissance in 2020 Democratic scramble

Jimmy Carter is again a kingmaker in the next run for the White House. It’s quite a turnabout for a man who largely receded from party politics after his presidency, often without being missed by his party’s leaders in Washington, where he was an outsider even as a White House resident. “Jimmy Carter is a decent, well-meaning person, someone who people are talking about again given the time that we are in,” Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar said in an interview. “He won because he worked so hard, and he had…

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Trey Gowdy: Brennan, Clapper and Comey know full well dossier was used in the intelligence assessment

Former congressman Trey Gowdy talked to Maria Bartiromo Sunday and discussed the infamous Christopher Steele Dossier, what it is and why it is important find the extent of its use. “I mean people use the word dossier and how such an official sound to it. I mean let’s just call it for what it is. It’s a series of rank hearsay compilations put together by an FBI source who was later defrocked. Paid for by the Democrat National Committee then oh by the way Christopher Steele hated Donald Trump too…

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Pete Buttigieg says ‘media noise machine’ took Thomas Jefferson comments ‘out of control’

Town Hall with Pete Buttigieg: Part 4 Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg gets personal during a lightning round with moderator Chris Wallace in Claremont, New Hampshire. South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg told Fox News Sunday night that his comments about rechristening events named after Thomas Jefferson were “a great example … of how the media noise machine on the right wing takes things out of control.” “You would have thought I had proposed blowing up the Jefferson Memorial in D.C.,” Buttigieg told moderator Chris Wallace during his…

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Pete Buttigieg says Trump’s ‘grotesque’ tweets, insults don’t bother him: ‘I don’t care’

Town Hall with Pete Buttigieg: Part 2 Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg discusses Americans accepting a gay president, reaching minority voters, fighting Twitter attacks from President Trump and his decision to appear on Fox News with moderator Chris Wallace in Claremont, New Hampshire. Mayor Pete Buttigieg gave a simple three-word response to how he would deal with President Trump’s insults, attacks and tweets during the 2020 presidential election: “I don’t care.” The 37-year-old mayor of South Bend, Ind., who would become the youngest U.S. president if he wins…

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Trump takes on Biden, vows not to let Iran get nuclear weapons during Fox News interview

President Trump vowed, in a wide-ranging interview with Fox News, not to let Iran get nuclear weapons but reiterated his reluctance to go to war. “I will not let Iran have nuclear weapons,” he told Fox News host Steve Hilton in an interview on Sunday. His comments reaffirmed the administration’s resolve in suppressing Iranian nuclear proliferation even as it faced provocations from the regime and threats to U.S. assets in the Middle East. Trump, during the interview, continued opposing military intervention — something that separated him from others in the 2016…

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Buttigieg takes on Trump, acknowledges campaign must appeal to ‘black and brown’ voters in Fox News Town Hall

Town Hall with Pete Buttigieg: Part 1 Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg discusses his youth, leadership experience, inclusive policy plans, abortion, drug addiction and debt with moderator Chris Wallace in Claremont, New Hampshire. Insurgent Democrat presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg acknowledged at the Fox News town hall in Claremont, New Hampshire Sunday evening that he needs to do more to appeal to “black and brown” voters, even as he confidently parried a series of policy questions — and, on several occasions, went directly after President Trump. Buttigieg argued that…

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Mark Levin: Why the founding fathers, Patriot press would be ‘astonished’ at what the media has become

What would the founding fathers think of today’s modern media? On a special edition of “Life, Liberty & Levin” set to air Sunday, Fox News host Mark Levin discusses his new book “Unfreedom of the Press” with fellow Fox News host Pete Hegseth and says the founders would be “astonished.” “I think they would be astonished at how monolithic… it is ideologically monolithic. And I don’t think there’s any question about that. You cannot find me a study or survey that says otherwise you cannot show me a study or survey that…

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Elizabeth Warren’s offer to help comedian ‘figure out’ love life sends Twitter into frenzy

Elizabeth Warren: Matchmaker-in-chief? Sen. Warren, D-Mass., Sunday on Twitter offered to help one user “figure out” her love life as the Democratic hopeful continued campaigning for her party’s nomination ahead of the 2020 presidential election. OCASIO-CORTEZ ‘ENTERTAINING’ IDEA OF ENDORSING 2020 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE, POSSIBLY SANDERS OR WARREN “Do you think Elizabeth Warren has a plan to fix my love life,” comedian Ashley Nicole Black tweeted in a humorous play on the Democratic hopeful’s “I have a plan for that” slogan, which has appeared on t-shirts throughout the senator’s campaign stops. But to…

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