Barack Obama takes on Richard Branson in kiteboarding vs foil boarding challenge

Barack Obama takes on Richard Branson in kiteboarding vs foil boarding challenge

Former US president Barack Obama has been spotted kiteboarding with founder of the Virgin Group, Richard Branson. Barack and Michelle Obama were on holiday at Bransons luxury Moskito Island in the Caribbean when the former president tried his hand at kiteboarding. Known adventurer Brandon can also be seen in the footage trying out foil boarding, and the pair eventually compete with each other to see who can travel the furthest. Obama eventually wins out against the British billionaire. Feb 7, 2017
Six terror attacks the Trump administration feel were ‘under-reported’

Six terror attacks the Trump administration feel were ‘under-reported’

After President Donald Trump said the media no longer reports on many terrorist attacks, the White House has published a list of 78 attacks the Trump administration thinks were under-reported. President Trump spoke on 6 February in Tampa, Florida, where he claimed Its gotten to a point where terrorist attacks are not even being reported and, in many cases, the very, very dishonest press doesnt want to report it. They have their reasons and you understand that. Feb 7, 2017
Sajid Javid says John Bercow does not speak for the Government after Donald Trump comments

Sajid Javid says John Bercow does not speak for the Government after Donald Trump comments

UK Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Sajid Javid has insisted Donald Trump is welcome to visit the country, despite House of Commons Speaker John Bercow labelling the US president racist and sexist. Javid insisted that Bercow does not speak for the government and that it doesnt matter who the president is, we want to work with that person. The Speaker came come under fire for his statements, where he also claimed he plans to block Trump from making a speech in the Commons. Feb 7, 2017
Hillary Clinton: We need strong women to step up and speak out

Hillary Clinton: We need strong women to step up and speak out

Former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has spoken publicly for the first time since the inauguration of Donald Trump. Clinton addressed the 2017 Makers conference, where she urged women to be bold and to step up and speak out. Feb 7, 2017