May Makes Last-Ditch Plea to EU to Help Break Brexit Impasse

–EU makes new offer that doesn’t deliver what U.K. demanded –May needs new concessions to convince Parliament by Tuesday U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday will tell the European Union that the outcome of a historic vote on her … Read More

Brexit: UK Parliament to decide between ‘no deal’ and delay

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UK lawmakers have voiced their support for a three-step plan that could allow them to delay the UK’s departure from the EU. MPs rejected an alternative plan that had been proposed by the opposition Labour Party. UK lawmakers have backed … Read More

Labour Councils sack immigration control officers after pressure from open borders left

Labour councils have been removing embedded immigration officers amidst pressure from open borders campaigners, who say officials are putting illegal migrants off accessing taxpayer-funded welfare. Lewisham is one of a number of local authorities to make the move, reports The Guardian, with … Read More

‘Brexit is a SYMPTOM!’ Yanis Varoufakis warns European Union ‘DISINTEGRATION’ is coming

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YANIS Varoufakis has warned top Eurocrats Brexi is “a symptom of the disintegration of the European Union” as he laid into Brussels for “underestimating” the risk Britain leaving could pose to the Eurozone. The former Greek Finance Minister warned the European … Read More

‘Special place in hell’ for Brexiteers without plan – EU’s Tusk

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European Council President Donald Tusk slams British politicians who lobbied for the UK to exit the European economic bloc “without even a sketch of a plan how to carry it out safely.” EU Council President Donald Tusk and Irish Prime … Read More

Parliament asserts that Britain shouldn’t leave E.U. without a deal, sends Theresa May back to Brussels

LONDON —  The British Parliament on Tuesday sought to assert control over Brexit, declaring its opposition to leaving the European Union without a deal and voting to send Prime Minister Theresa May back to Brussels to reopen talks with European leaders. … Read More

Germans’ nightmare: the UK’s never-ending Brexit tangle

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The Uncertain Kingdom; a closer watch over extremism; electric alliance. Here’s our Daily Briefing for January 16, 2019. Golden age.    (Source: Bloomberg) After Theresa May’s record failure to push through her Brexit deal in Westminster, Germans are caught between sympathy and … Read More

Migrants are heading to northern England and braving a 200 mile Channel crossing from Belgium to evade Calais to Dover patrols

Four Iranians were caught in Huttoft near Mablethorpe on the Lincolnshire Coast Trip is ten times the distance covered by most common route of Calais to Kent  Sajid Javid said government should look into patrols in places other than south Migrants … Read More

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