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

European Elections 2019: Candidates for the top EU job

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Manfred Weber, the conservative candidate for the EU Parliament elections in May, is considered the front-runner in the race to lead the European Commission. DW takes a closer look at him, and the other candidates. Manfred Weber (EPP) The center-right … Read More

EU Commission candidate backs call for European NATIONALITY – ‘Not a bad idea’

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EUROPEAN Commission candidate Violeta Tomic expressed her support for creating a “European nationality”, suggesting a European Union-wide policy on nationhood could lead to citizens being more independent. European Commission Violeta Tomic voiced her support for the concept of a “European nationality” … Read More

Britain was supposed to be on its way out of the E.U. Instead, it may have to hold European elections.

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Britain’s Parliament on Friday voted down Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal for the third time. The vote, which came on the day that Britain had originally been scheduled to leave the European Union, added another layer of uncertainty to an already … Read More

Theresa May’s EU Brexit deal rejected by Parliament a third time

LONDON – British lawmakers on Friday rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s European Union divorce deal for a third time, a defeat that adds further uncertainty and confusion over the country’s the efforts to leave the bloc. Britain now has until April 12 to … Read More

France’s Emmanuel Macron asks Angela Merkel and Jean-Claude Juncker to join meeting with Xi Jinping in Paris

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Surprise move comes as the European Union’s new, more assertive China policy is being debated in Brussels amid pressure from Paris and Berlin French leader plans to explain Europe’s new strategy on China, with focus on trade and the environment … Read More

German authorities have registered nearly 2000 crimes against refugees and asylum seekers in 2018

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pixabay.com The number of attacks is lower than in 2016 and 2017, reported NOVA TV. The German authorities have registered nearly 2000 crimes against refugees and asylum seekers last year – from verbal harassment through property damage to personal injuries and murders. According to … Read More

Martin Selmayr’s ruthless rise

The top EU official was handed his job by illegal means. Martin Selmayr is one of the most powerful officials in the EU today, and yet nobody voted for him and most people have likely never heard of him. Now the European … Read More

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 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

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