Theresa May: ‘We must not be complacent’

Theresa May: ‘We must not be complacent’

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has warned her supporters that they cannot be complacent in the upcoming general election, despite a strong leader over Labour in the polls. Some pollsters have put Labour over 20 points behind the Conservatives. May pointed to incorrect polling in the 2015 election and the 2016 EU referendum as examples of how these polls can be wrong. Apr 25, 2017
50,000 protesters expected to march through Cologne against anti-immigration party AfD

50,000 protesters expected to march through Cologne against anti-immigration party AfD

Around 50,000 protesters are expected to march through Cologne today to protest the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany (AfD) party.Police are expecting riots and an additional 4,000 officers have been deployed. The AfD is holding its annual party conference in the city.It must pick a new leader for the upcoming national election campaign following arguments over the party’s orientation towards the right. Apr 22, 2017
Watch: Adorable baby otter learns how to swim

Watch: Adorable baby otter learns how to swim

Otter pups are very buoyant but they still need to learn how to swim. Luckily, baby otter Tucker got a lot of help from his mother Tilly during his first swim at Oregon Zoo. While the way Till is dragging her pup through the water may look a bit rough, it is completely normal otter behaviour and nothing to worry about. Apr 22, 2017
Paris: Protesters clash with police on evening of French presidential election

Paris: Protesters clash with police on evening of French presidential election

Protesters clashed with police during a demonstration against the French presidential election. Trade unions and activists gathered peacefully to call for social change but roughly 200 masked protesters threw bottles and stones at officers. Many of the peaceful attendants expressed doubts about all the presidential candidates.The first round of the presidential election will take place on 23 April. Emmanuel Macron is currently polled at 24% while Marine Le Pen stands at 22%. Apr 22, 2017