Remainer demands Britain ‘immediately’ leaves EU as he pledges support to Brexit Party

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A REMAIN voter has demanded Britain “immediately” leaves the European Union as he ridiculed the Labour Party for “ignoring” constituents in the party’s heartlands. Lee from Cardiff, a self-titled “reluctant Remainer”, said he will now be supporting the Brexit Party because the … Read More

Boris Johnson takes lead in race for British prime minister

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Boris Johnson is the front-runner to replace Theresa May as British prime minister. File Photo by Heinz Ruckemann/UPI | License Photo June 13 (UPI) — British politician Boris Johnson took a big step toward succeeding Theresa May as prime minister, winning the first … Read More

‘Delay means defeat,’ says defiant Boris Johnson as he insists he’ll take Britain of the EU on October 31 – deal or no deal

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Former British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who is running to succeed Theresa May as Prime Minister. REUTERS/Hannah McKay Conservative Politician Boris Johnson, favourite to succeed Theresa May as Prime Minister of the UK, will tomorrow commit to taking Britain out … Read More

New PM will not change Brexit deal – EU’s Juncker

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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker reiterated the EU’s refusal to renegotiate as many of the Conservative Party candidates vying to replace Prime Minister Theresa May said they would seek a new agreement. “I have the impression for months now that … Read More

Immigrant overload, not Brexit, heralds the end of the European Union

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Niall Ferguson says Europe is becoming ‘the meltdown pot’ as a steadily increasing stream of immigrants breaks down political unity between EU member states and pushes voters back to national boundaries. Matteo Salvini speaks during an anti-immigration protest in October … Read More

Economic clouds gather over Germany

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Stormy times ahead for the eurozone’s economic powerhouse? -Getty Images Concerns are growing over the strength of Germany’s economy – the largest in the eurozone – following the release of more gloomy official figures. Industrial production in April fell by … Read More

Theresa May formally resigns as Conservative leader, triggering race for Number 10

Theresa May has formally resigned as leader of the Conservative party – officially triggering the race to succeed her in Downing Street. Theresa May setting out her departure date  Credit: PA Images The Prime Minister handed her resignation letter to Charles … Read More

Time for Strong New EU Leaders

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As the EU prepares to replace its top officeholders, the union needs leaders who can confront bullying international actors, navigate through a turbulent political scene, and rebuild public trust in the European project. The EU’s Game of Thrones, which will … Read More

Europe starts to fray at the seams

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No one can tell how this great battle for national identity and culture will end, though Jewish populations are likely to find themselves in the firing line from all sides. The European parliament elections last week have provided further graphic … Read More

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