Theresa May: A running commentary on EU talks would not be right

UK Prime Minister Theresa May ruled out giving a running commentary on Brexit negotiations with the EU, she told MPs at Prime Minsters Questions on 7 September. The Prime Minster was assertive on the stance after Brexit Secretary David Davis suggested the UK staying in the single market was improbable. Downing Street was quick to state Davis had been making a personal view rather than a government statement. Sep 7, 2016

Theresa May jibes at Jeremy Corbyn during first PMQs after summer recess

UK Prime Minister Theresa May attacked Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn at the first Prime Ministers Questions since the summer break over polling suggesting many didnt feel he would be a good leader. Corbyn chose not to tackle May with hard questions about the EU, Brexit or a leak about grammar schools, but stuck to housing. Sep 7, 2016

Hajj: Why Saudi Arabia is stepping up security for this years pilgrimage

Disaster struck in September 2015 as two groups of pilgrims collided at a crossroads of two a narrow streets killing at least 2,426 people. There are various factors that affected the stampede including: pilgrims rushing to complete the time-sensitive rituals, heat and exhaustion, masses of people pushing in opposite directions, and confusion of first-timers. This hasnt been the only incident; hundreds of other pilgrims have been killed during the same ceremony in years past but 2015’s disaster was the deadliest at Mina since 1990 when 1,426 people died. This year Saudi Arabia have to step up security after Iran called its organisers incompetent. Iran, Saudi Arabia’s regional rival, blamed the disaster on organisers’ incompetence straining international relations. Sep 7, 2016