MPs voted by 311 to 302 for a motion by a rebel Conservative MP demanding the government publish all documents relating to the effort to prepare for a ‘no deal’ Brexit.
‘The unprecedented corruption, coverup, and crimes by the president are under investigation by the committee…,’ House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler said.
This as House of Commons speaker John Bercow promised to resign by October 31.
Opposition party leaders have vowed to keep blocking the snap poll until Brexit has been extended beyond October 31.
On Monday, a sit-in protest continued at the site of the clashes, police said.
The airline says it remains willing to return to talks with the British Airline Pilots Association.

Trump, US media just can’t let go of ‘Sharpie-gate’

The US president doubled down on his claim that Alabama would be hit hard by Hurricane Dorian, with the help of a black Sharpie marker.

Airstrikes kill 18 pro-Iran fighters in east Syria – monitor

It is not yet clear who carried out the raids in the region of Albu Kamal near the border with Iraq.

Amber Rudd quits in new Brexit blow to UK PM Boris Johnson

Embattled UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has received a new blow after Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd resigned from the government and left the Conservative Party in protest at his handling of the Brexit crisis.

Taliban ‘mistakenly’ kidnaps six Afghan journalists

Its fighters were apparently to be instructed to let them go, as soon as anyone could get hold of them.

Riot police deployment thwarts Hong Kong airport protest

Riot police fanned out across Hong Kong on Saturday.

Hong Kong protesters reject leader’s concession with new rallies

Online messaging forums used by the largely leaderless movement have called for protesters to ‘stress test’ the airport on Saturday afternoon.

US states announce antitrust probe of Facebook

The move marks the first official US antitrust action against one of the so-called Big Tech companies.

H&M suspends Brazil leather purchases over Amazon fires

The blazes that have engulfed parts of the world’s largest rainforest have sparked a diplomatic spat between Brazil and Europe.

Judges reject challenge to UK parliament suspension

But the court granted permission for the case to go to the Supreme Court for an appeal to be heard on September 17.

Boris Johnson’s brother quits UK government

‘It’s going to be a hell of a Christmas lunch in the Johnson household’, said a pollster.

Copy cat: Chinese firm creates first cloned kitten

Garlic’s owner said he hoped the character of the kitten clone would be like that of the original cat.

Taliban kill at least 10 in ‘horrifying’ Kabul bombing

There was no immediate word from the US-led NATO coalition about whether any foreign forces had been involved.

Dorian upgraded to Category 3 storm as it threatens US east coast

The United Nations said 70,000 people on Grand Bahama and Abaco islands were in ‘immediate need’ of aid, with the death toll rising to at least 20.

UK’s Johnson calls vote on holding early elections after Brexit defeat

Under British election law, two-thirds of MPs need to vote in favour of an early election for one to be held.

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