Boris Johnson given OK by Queen to suspend parliament

posted in: European Union, News

The Queen has signed off on Boris Johnson’s shock request to suspend parliament which would stop Jeremy Corbyn’s plans to block a ‘No Deal’ Brexit. The Queen has approved Boris Johnson’s bombshell request to suspend parliament and stop Jeremy Corbyn’s … Read More

EU says Britain must pay Brexit divorce bill even if no deal

Mina Andreeva, file photo. [Europe by Satellite] Britain must pay its Brexit divorce bill even if it crashes out of the bloc without a deal, the EU said Monday (26 August), warning that future ties would be threatened if London … Read More

The end of ‘peak Germany’ and the return of France

posted in: European Union, News

FILE PHOTO: A worker at German manufacturer of silos and liquid tankers, Feldbinder Special Vehicles, moves rolls of aluminium at the company’s plant in Winsen, Germany. At first blush, the result of the European Parliament election in May, and the … Read More

Macron: ‘I’m the hard boy of EU’ – French leader issues Boris with a fresh Brexit warning

EMMANUEL MACRON declared himself the “hard boy” of Brexit today but said he is ready to respect the decision made by British voters to quit the European Union. The French President challenged Mr. Johnson to deliver a solution to break … Read More

More than 100 MPs urge Boris Johnson to recall Parliament over ‘national emergency’ of Brexit

posted in: European Union, News

More than 100 MPs have written to Boris Johnson urging him to recall Parliament because the country is facing “a national emergency” over Brexit. The MPs are urging Boris Johnson to recall Parliament from its summer recess – Credit:  PA … Read More

Brexit: Cometh the hour, cometh Jeremy Corbyn?

posted in: European Union, News

For the longest time, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of sitting on the fence on Brexit. Now, he says he has a plan. But can he lead the UK out of its crisis? Rob Mudge looks at his … Read More

Who’s bluffing: Boris Johnson or the EU?

posted in: European Union, News

Boris Johnson Brussels believes that it has completed almost all the necessary no-deal planning, except it may try to organize improved communication between relevant national agencies and the EU Commission. It regards the idea being floated by many Brexiter MPs … Read More

Migration more worrying than climate change for Europeans: survey

posted in: European Union, News

While climate change is growing in the public conscience, migration is still the major issue for more EU citizens, according to the results of the European Commission’s biannual Eurobarometer public opinion survey. Migration remains the top concern across the European … Read More

1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 40