Donald Trump slams media coverage in lengthy press conference

Donald Trump slams media coverage in lengthy press conference

US President Donald Trump has attacked the media coverage of him and his administration during a lengthy press conference in Washington DC. Speaking on 16 February, the new president repeatedly told reporters to sit down, interrupted questions, and took a generally combative tone. Feb 17, 2017
Ukip leader Paul Nuttall describes his horrible week

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall describes his horrible week

Ukip leader and Stoke-on-Trent by-election candidate Paul Nuttall describes what has been a horrible week on 16 February. The new Ukip leader was caught up in a controversy surrounding a claim on his website that he lost close personal friends at the Hillsborough disaster, a claim he has since retracted. Feb 16, 2017
Analysing Donald Trumps handshake

Analysing Donald Trumps handshake

Donald Trump grabs the headlines for all manner of reasons, but recently his peculiar handshakes have become front and centre as the US president meets foreign leaders from around the world. IBTimes UK sat down with body language expert Judi James, as she explained the reasoning and the thought process behind Trumps handshakes. Feb 16, 2017
Justin Trudeau urges Canada and EU to lead world economy

Justin Trudeau urges Canada and EU to lead world economy

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has used his speech at the European Parliament to praise the EU, and urge the Union to join his country in leading the world economy. Trudeau addressed MEPs on 16 February in Strasbourg, France, to mark the signing of the Ceta trade deal between the EU and Canada. Feb 16, 2017
Austrlia PM questioned over deal with One Nations Gay Nazi Mind Control Theorist

Austrlia PM questioned over deal with One Nations Gay Nazi Mind Control Theorist

On 15 February Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was forced to face questions from Tony Burke, Labor MP, about the Western Australian Liberal Party giving far-right populist party One Nation preference over Nationals. Turnbulls industry minister Arthur Sinidinos said One Nation was more “sophisticated” than it was 20 years ago. But after the interview, it was reported Western Australia One Nation candidate Michelle Meyers claimed the push for marriage equality in Australia was propagated by a Nazi-era “mind control program” and abortion was creating “societies of cannibals”. Feb 15, 2017