The Week that Was: 20/1/2017
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The historic day has come; Donald Trump finally becomes sworn-in U.S. President and assumes office. Now the new U.S. President through his actions will have to either confirm or deny all of his reported plans for America’s future.
This week, Brexit has become a much-talked about topic following UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s highly-anticipated Brexit speech, where May talked about immigrants and EU single market.
As CIA head warns Donald Trump to watch his tongue and be more careful with social media posts, the new U.S. President continues making controversial comments in favor of Russia.
UK PM Theresa May vows to make UK a global leader on trade.
Brexit, immigrants, EU single market – Theresa May gives her highly-anticipated Brexit speech.
Thousands are faking living in Ireland to get into the UK illegally.
Donald Trump’s inauguration. What time does he become U.S. President officially?
CIA head warns Donald Trump to watch his tongue.
Islamic State lost quarter of territory in 2016, new data shows.
A guide to getting a pension of £20,000 by the time you retire.
Eight richest billionaires have as much money as the 3.6 billion people who make up the poorest half of the world.
Will London remain the ‘financial lungs’ of Europe after Brexit?
Novak Djokovic beaten by the world’s No. 117 at Australian Open 2017.
Real Madrid loses its second game in a row. The Spanish football club hasn’t won since Cristiano Ronald won FIFA’s The Best award.
How will Lewis Hamilton get along with his new Mercedes teammate?
Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Zayn Malik join the cast of all-female Ocean’s Eight film.
Sherlock finale ratings hit all-time low.
See photos from People’s Choice Awards 2017 red carpet.
Porn videos can be streamed via YouTube loophole.
Weaponised drone found in Iraq.
Here’s what the DNA-testing smartphone is all about.
This time in History
January 20: in 2017, Donald Trump becomes sworn-in U.S. President.
January 19: in 1809, author and literary critic Edgar Allan Poe was born.
January 16: in 1919, prohibition in the U.S., prohibiting manufacture, sale, or transportation of alcohol beverages, takes effect.
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