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    World British-Nigerian Lawmaker, Fiona Onasanya, To Stand Trial For Lying - Laila's News

    A British-Nigerian lawmaker Fiona Onasanya is to stand trial with her singer brother for allegedly lying about speeding points just a month after she was elected. The Peterborough MP, aged 34, appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court charged with perverting the course of justice on July 12...
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    Politics Young British Nigerian Ramota Lawal Wins Election In The UK – Stella Dimoko

    Ramota Lawal aka Tele, age 22 has become the second young British Nigerian councillor in the UK after being elected to represent the London Borough of Havering council, representing residents in Heaton Ward, Harold Hill. Read more via Stella Dimoko – --...
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    World Monday briefing: Johnson tries TV diplomacy to save Iran deal – The Guardian

    Boris Johnson is due to have a series of meetings in Washington today as he tries to persuade the Trump administration not to pull out Read more via The Guardian – Get more World News
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    World Britain working closely with allies on new Iran measures – PM May – The Sun News

    Britain is working closely with allies to address issues relating to Iran, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday, giving British backing to French President Emmanuel Macron’s talks with U.S. President Donald Trump. Read more via The Sun News –
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    Politics What President Buhari Told Theresa May [Full Text] - Daily Post Nigeria

    President Muhammadu Buhari has thanked UK Prime Minister, Theresa May for the effort of the British government towards the training of the Nigerian Army in the fight against Boko Haram insurgents. Buhari on Monday held a bilateral meeting with UK Prime Minister, Theresa May at 10, Downing...
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    World Why the Obamas haven’t been invited to the Royal wedding – Cosmopolitan

    After months of speculation around the wedding guest list of the year, it has been confirmed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will not invite an official list of political leaders when they marry on 19 May. This means Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump will not be...