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LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May could be forced to call another election in months if the “fanatical” pro-Brexit wing of her party do not compromise over how Britain leaves the EU, former prime minister John Major warned on Tuesday. Major, who led Britain from 1990 to 1997, said he feared the country was on course for a disorderly Brexit, with May unable to reconcile the two wings of the Conservative Party. A campaigner to stay in the EU, Major said some lawmakers in his and May’s party were now prepared to go to any lengths to leave the bloc, regardless of the potential damage to the economy or the risk that this could lead to a Labour government.

“It seems to me there are people churchill downs paddock wood cufflinks in parliament who would be perfectly content to have an exit with no deal,” Major told ITV News, referring to “the hard, most convinced Brexit supporters” who refuse to compromise, “My concern is about those who are a touch too fanatical about the issue and are really prepared to go to almost any lengths to ensure we leave Europe, irrespective of the cost to the country ., irrespective of anything but their own fanatical determination to make sure we actually leave Europe.”..

The pressures building on the prime minister have come to a head in the last week, after the government finally published its strategy for leaving the EU, which disappointed both sides of the divide. On Monday, May was forced to bow to demands from her party’s hardline Brexit supporters to amend her legislation while on Tuesday she narrowly avoided defeat in parliament at the hands of pro-EU lawmakers who wanted closer ties with the bloc. The eurosceptic Conservatives say May’s plans to keep close trade ties with the EU after Brexit betray the majority of voters who opted in 2016 for a clean break with the bloc.

During Major’s premiership, Britain was forced to withdraw from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism, the predecessor churchill downs paddock wood cufflinks to the single currency, in 1992, Major faced the same divisions over Europe as the party is battling now, but said the pro-Brexit wing had put May in a much more difficult position, “It must be very hard for the prime minister to take rather threatening lectures day after day about what they will accept, when they are actually a minority,” he said, “I think what they are doing is quite likely to lead to a much earlier general election than anybody is anticipating, Whether that’s this autumn or next spring, I can’t say.”..

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Facebook Inc (FB.O), Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) told a U.S. House panel on Tuesday that the social media companies are not discriminating against content for political reasons. Conservative Republicans in Congress have criticized social media companies for what they claim are politically motivated practices in removing some content, a charge the companies have rejected. House Judiciary Committee chairman Bob Goodlatte, a Republican, said that since an April hearing, Congress has “seen numerous efforts by these companies to improve transparency,” but he also pointed to anecdotes of some content being removed.

Goodlatte asked if these companies are “using their market power to push the envelope on filtering decisions to favor the content the companies prefer?”, Representative David Cicilline, a Democrat, blasted the hearing and said Facebook for two years has “bent over backwards to placate and mollify conservatives,” and pointed to churchill downs paddock wood cufflinks Facebook’s failure to remove pages promoting unsubstantiated conspiracy theories, “There is no evidence that the algorithms of social networks or search results are biased against conservatives, It is a made-up narrative pushed by the conservative propaganda machine to convince voters of a conspiracy that does not exist,” Cicilline said..

Facebook said earlier this year it had retained former Republican Senator Jon Kyl to advise the company “on potential bias against conservative voices.”. Facebook’s head of global policy management, Monika Bickert, told the committee it wants to fairly treat all groups, in explaining why it is conducting various audits. “We just want to make sure that we are doing our job right,” Bickert said, adding Facebook consults with a wide variety of groups. House Democrats said the committee should be focused on the threats to the U.S. electoral process from Russian hackers. Representative Jerrold Nadler, the top Democrat on the committee, unsuccessfully asked the panel to adjourn to a private session to discuss Russia.

Juniper Downs, global head of public policy and government relations at Google’s video channel YouTube, said the company does not discriminate against conservatives, “Giving preference to content of one political ideology over another would fundamentally conflict with our goal of providing services that work for everyone,” she said, Twitter’s senior strategist Nick Pickles said the company does not discriminate against conservatives and works to make neutral decisions, “Our purpose is to serve the conversation, not to make value churchill downs paddock wood cufflinks judgments on personal beliefs,” he said..

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