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July 8, 2017

Trump left in cold over Paris climate agreement at end of G20 summit

All other world leaders sign declaration that deal is irreversible after US withdrawal sparks standoff in Hamburg

Donald Trump was left isolated at the end of a fractious G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, after every other world leader signed up to a declaration that the Paris climate agreement was irreversible following an unprecedented standoff.

After the publication of a final communique that saw the emergence of a G19 grouping for the first time, Theresa May said she was “dismayed at the US decision to pull out” of the accord and had personally urged the president to reconsider.

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July 6, 2017

Theresa May accused of double standards over terrorism funding

PM enters G20 talks saying priority is to disrupt extremists accessing finance, but is criticised for position on Saudi Arabia

Theresa May will enter the G20 talks in Hamburg claiming that her priority is to disrupt terrorist groups from accessing finance, but facing criticism for failing to raise questions over Saudi Arabia’s role in funding extremism.

A string of opposition leaders, including Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, the Lib Dem’s Tim Farron, the Green’s Caroline Lucas and the SNP’s Ian Blackford, said May should use the summit to place direct pressure onto the Gulf state.

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June 25, 2017

Erdoğan rejects Saudi demand to pull Turkish troops out of Qatar

Turkey’s president condemns request as a ‘very ugly approach’ and dismisses other demands made of Qatar by Gulf states

Turkey’s president has described as disrespectful a demand by Saudi Arabia and its allies that it withdraw its troops from Qatar as a step towards ending a deepening dispute with the besieged Gulf state.

Related: Qatar given 10 days to meet 13 sweeping demands by Saudi Arabia

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June 13, 2017

Emmanuel Macron says door to remain in EU is open to Britain

Theresa May says Brexit talks to start next week as French president suggests time is of the essence if decision is to be reversed

The French president, Emmanuel Macron, has claimed the door to the EU will remain open to Britain during Brexit negotiations that get underway next week.

In remarks that will be taken as an encouraging sign by opponents of a hard Brexit that there may be room for compromise, the newly elected French leader said the decision to leave the EU could still be reversed if the UK wished to do so.

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