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The AFK officials are trying to misguide the shopowners by using the Supreme Court order, said Matkari For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Seattle | Published: February 28 2017 7:42 am Top News A federal appeals court on Monday denied a request from the US Justice Department to put President Donald Trump’s travel ban case on hold until he issues a new executive order A three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals did not give an explanation for its ruling but said it would extend until next week the deadline for the government’s opening brief in its appeal Watch What Else Is Making News A lower court temporarily blocked Trump’s order that banned travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries and paused the US refugee program after Washington state and Minnesota sued to stop it Trump tweeted “SEE YOU IN COURT” after the 9th Circuit refused to reinstate the ban but he also has said repeatedly that his administration is working on a new travel ban that addresses some of the constitutional concerns that critics have raised White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was asked during a briefing Monday why the administration wants to defend the ban in court if it’s writing a new one He said the government would defend the appeals case “because we were right the first time” “While the new executive order attempts to address the court’s concerns that they made the goal is obviously to maintain the way that we did it the first time because we believe that the law is very clear about giving the president the authority that he needs to protect the country” Spicer said Nicole Navas a Justice Department spokeswoman declined to comment on why the agency sought to put the case on hold while the administration is publicly saying it wants to fight it The states objected to pausing the appeal saying in a motion late Friday that it appears the White House and Justice Department are not communicating “Despite the Trump administration’s repeated requests for delay the courts agree with my office that this case should move forward” Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Monday in an email The states said “the president has not rescinded the executive order and has not issued a new executive order” Because Trump has not rescinded the current order court briefings on the preliminary injunction should proceed the states said The appeals court said the government’s brief is due March 10 instead of Friday For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Brussels | Updated: December 18 2015 8:21 pm Related News Prime Minister David Cameron Prime Minister David Cameron said he could see a pathway to a deal to keep Britain in the European Union after EU leaders told him at a summit in Brussels they would not accept discrimination against EU migrant workers in the UK “Nothing is certain in life nor in Brussels but what I would say is there is a pathway to a deal in February” Cameron told a news conference early on Friday after a substantial discussion of Britain’s demands to renegotiate the terms of its membership of the bloc before a referendum on whether to stay In his longest address in more than five years of attending EU summits the conservative leader told the 27 other national leaders over dinner that if they wanted to keep Britain in they must address his voters’ concerns about curbing immigration European Council President Donald Tusk who chaired the session said he was more optimistic after the discussion that an accord could be reached in February on all four key British demands because Cameron was looking for a “fair compromise” He said Britain’s bid to deny EU migrants access to in-work benefits – an income supplement for the lower paid – for four years had caused the most difficulty The clearest message from the talk was that no one – including Cameron – was ready to accept discrimination Tusk said: “This is unacceptable and for sure this is not the intention of our British partner” German Chancellor Angela Merkel Europe’s most influential leader said there was a widespread will to reach an agreement to keep Britain in the EU “We made it clear that we are ready to compromise but always on the basis that we safeguard the core European principles which include non-discrimination and free movement” she said SCEPTICS Cameron’s Eurosceptic opponents were dismissive drawing attention to a brief official EU statement which concluded: “Following today’s substantive and constructive debate the members of the European Council agreed to work closely together to find mutually satisfactory solutions in all the four areas at the European Council meeting on Feb 18-19” UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage said: “David Cameron came saw and got hammered How many times can his little plans be rejected All he got as a result was a meaningless two sentences in a communique” Matthew Elliott of the Vote Leave campaign said: “David Cameron’s EU renegotiation is trivial … He claimed he put in ‘hard work’ for Britain but people will look at this and not believe his spin” Officials said there was no row despite the occasional sharp word to Cameron who himself put on determined and eloquent charm offensive The tone was constructive Some of those involved in the past months of detailed behind-the-scenes negotiations were upbeat saying Cameron had signalled a willingness to consider alternatives and other leaders had engaged with the issue and given a clear signal to their teams to “go away and solve this” within two months French President Francois Hollande said it had been “a frank and open discussion” NO GANGING UP “There can be adjustments accommodation but European rules and principles must be respected” Hollande said noting there were difficulties about non-euro Britain’s relationship with the euro single currency zone as well as on migration Britain wants guarantees that the euro zone will not gang up to discriminate against the City of London financial centre in regulation Hollande said countries outside the euro must not be allowed to prevent further integration of the euro zone Polish Prime Minister Beate Szydlo whose country has approaching a million citizens living in Britain left the meeting without speaking to reporters Earlier she and the leaders of three other ex-communist central European countries said in a joint statement they would not accept any change in EU laws that would mean discrimination against their citizens or limit their freedom of movement For many Europeans born east of the Iron Curtain that freedom is a touchstone of their post-Cold War liberation Over filet of venison with parsnip mousse and Szechuan pepper jus the British prime minister sought to convince fellow leaders that the UK’s continued membership hinges on finding a convincing solution to the sensitive immigration question “The levels of migration we have seen in a relatively short period of time are unprecedented including the pressures this places on communities and public services This is a major concern of the British people that is undermining support for the European Union” Cameron told fellow leaders “We need to find an effective answer to this problem” The other leaders around the dinner table said they wanted to help Cameron ensure that Europe’s second biggest economy and one of its two top military powers stays in the EU But several stressed that a change to EU treaties was out of the question leaving a binding promise of future change the favoured option Opinion polls show the number of Britons wishing to leave is growing After telling reporters on arrival he would be “battling for Britain right through the night” Cameron had a polite discussion that lasted just three hours finishing shortly before midnight without the kind of “Euro-row” which have been a trademark of British negotiating in Brussels While he told reporters he was not backing down on the four-year demand he also said he was looking for “solutions” TOUCHSTONE Cameron says he wants Britain to stay in the EU but has hinted he could campaign for an exit if he fails to win an agreement that can reduce the influx of EU migrants improve business competitiveness give more sovereignty back to Britain and protect London’s banks from discrimination by the euro zone An EU diplomat said Cameron had earlier sat in silence for more than three hours while other EU leaders debated how to deal with a wave of migrants that has divided European governments Britain has refused to take in any from Europe Drawing the European Union’s focus to a small part of Britain’s welfare system has raised eyebrows among some leaders who are trying to hammer out a deal to house hundreds of thousands of refugees and respond to a war in Syria An agreement early next year could give Cameron time to stage the referendum in June In an apparent indiscretion Hollande said the target date for the referendum was June but Cameron insisted neither he nor anyone else had mentioned the timing of the vote at the summit For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News

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