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UK to introduce Article 50 legislation 'within days' - Brexit minister

Secretary of State for Departing the EU David Davis leaves a cabinet meeting in Downing Street, LondonThe government will introduce "straightforward" legislation within days seeking parliament's approval to trigger Britain's divorce with the European Union, Brexit minister David Davis said on Tuesday. Earlier the UK Supreme Court ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May must give parliament a vote before she can invoke Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty to begin two years of exit talks. "We will within days introduce legislation to give the government the legal power to trigger Article 50," Davis told parliament.



Scotland's Sturgeon raises independence spectre after court ruling

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon attends the Brexit debate in the Scottish Parliament Edinburgh ScotlandBy Elisabeth O'Leary EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Nicola Sturgeon raised the spectre of another Scottish independence referendum after Britain's Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the devolved assembly in Edinburgh did not need to be consulted on triggering Brexit. "This raises fundamental issues above and beyond that of EU membership," the Scottish First Minister said. "Is Scotland content for our future to be dictated by an increasingly right-wing Westminster government with just one MP (lawmaker) here," she asked.



Senate Democrats to propose $1 trillion infrastructure plan

Senate Democrats to propose $1 trillion infrastructure planSenate Democrats on Tuesday will propose spending $1 trillion on transportation and other infrastructure projects over 10 years in an attempt to engage President Donald Trump on an issue where they hope ...



Syrian government negotiator calls Astana talks a successASTANA (Reuters) - The Syrian government delegation views the Astana talks as a "success", chief negotiator Bashar Ja'afari said on Tuesday, expressing support for a joint statement by Iran, Turkey and Russia. "Finally we have a consensual paper agreed upon by everybody," he told reporters, referring to the joint statement. (Reporting by Olzhas Auyezov; editing by John Stonestreet)
China's Alibaba quarterly revenue surges 54% to $7.7 bn

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said Tuesday its revenues leapt 54 percent year-on-year for the quarter ended in DecemberChinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said Tuesday its revenues leapt 54 percent year-on-year for the quarter ended in December, spurred by rapid growth in Chinese online shopping. Revenue for the company, seen as a benchmark for China's increasingly crucial consumer sector, reached 53.25 billion yuan ($7.7 billion) in the quarter, it said in a statement. The result "demonstrates the strength of the Chinese consumer and Alibaba?s ability to create value across our vast ecosystem", said Daniel Zhang, chief executive officer of Alibaba Group.



Factbox: Reaction to UK Supreme Court ruling parliament must approve triggering BrexitPrime Minister Theresa May must get parliament's approval before she begins Britain's formal exit from the European Union, the Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday. The UK's highest judicial body dismissed the government's argument that May could simply use executive powers known as "royal prerogative" to invoke Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty and begin two years of divorce talks. Below is some reaction to the judgment: SPOKESMAN FOR BRITISH PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY: "The British people voted to leave the EU, and the government will deliver on their verdict ? triggering Article 50, as planned, by the end of March.
The Latest: Oscar nominations announcement just moments away

This image released by A24 Films shows Alex Hibbert in a scene from the film, "Moonlight." Nominees for the 89th Academy Awards will be announced on Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017. (David Bornfriend/A24 via AP)BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) ? The latest on the 89th annual Oscar nominations announced Tuesday by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences from Beverly Hills, California (all times local):



Scotland's Sturgeon raises independence specter after court rulingBy Elisabeth O'Leary EDINBURGH (Reuters) - Nicola Sturgeon raised the specter of another Scottish independence referendum after Britain's Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the devolved assembly in Edinburgh did not need to be consulted on triggering Brexit. "This raises fundamental issues above and beyond that of EU membership," the Scottish First Minister said. "Is Scotland content for our future to be dictated by an increasingly right-wing Westminster government with just one MP (lawmaker) here," she asked.
Syrian aid conference appeals for $8 billion in aid

Administrator of the UNDP Helen Clark, left and Finnish Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Kai Mykk'nen talk, during a conference in Helsinki, Monday, Jan. 23, 2017. As talks between the Syrian government and rebel factions continue in Kazakhstan, Nordic and UN aid groups are meeting in Finland to discuss the plight of civilians in the war that has killed hundreds of thousands and displaced half the country?s population. (Jussi Nukari/Lehtikuva via AP)HELSINKI (AP) ? As talks between Syrian factions and the government concluded in Kazakhstan, U.N. agencies and non-governmental groups at an aid conference in Finland appealed Tuesday for more than $8 billion in funding to help millions of displaced people inside Syria and those who have fled the conflict to neighboring countries.



UK parliament must approve start of Brexit talks: Supreme Court

Lead claimant Gina Miller, co-founder of investment fund SCM Private (C), makes a statement outside the Supreme Court, opposite the Houses of Parliament, in central London on January 24, 2017 after the court's ruling on triggering BrexitThe British government must win parliament's approval before starting talks to leave the EU, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, in a landmark judgement that also said regional lawmakers had no say. While the ruling is a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May, the government insisted it would do "nothing" to change the timetable for triggering Article 50 -- the formal procedure for leaving the EU -- by the end of March at the latest.