EU leaders APPROVE Theresa May’s Brexit deal finally letting Britain move on to next round of talks

The EU’s 27 national leaders today gave final approval to Theresa May’s first-round Brexit deal. The Prime Minister’s victory after months of battling was announced by European Council President Donald Tusk who tweeted her: “Congratulations.” It finally gives Britain permission … Read More

Because of Trump, people are burning Israeli flags and attacking Jews

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At least a dozen people were charged for incidents related to anti-Semitism after hundreds gathered in Germany’s capital on Sunday and burned Israeli flags to protest President Donald Trump’s decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel. People who stir … Read More

Tillerson gets chilly reception from European allies

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini address a joint news conference at the European Council in Brussels on Tuesday. (Francois Lenoir/Reuters)   BRUSSELS — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s trip to Europe, normally friendly … Read More

Political Uncertainty Lingers in Europe

German Chancellor Angela Merkel won the national election for the fourth time in September. However, she is yet to form a stable government in Berlin. Many people in Germany and other European countries feel that Germany is heading towards a … Read More

‘Pray Prince George is gay’: Clergyman wants 4yo royal to find ‘love of fine young gentleman’

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Get short URL Prince George could change same sex marriage rules in churches.. if he is gay, says reverend © Reuters Christians should pray for Prince George to be gay, according to a leading clergyman. The Very Rev. Kevin Holdsworth … Read More

MERKEL LOSING GRIP: Germany more DIVIDED than ever before in threat to EU integration

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Theresa May: MPs must ‘come together’ to deliver Brexit The German Chancellor is already suffering from a damaged ego over a failure to form a coalition following September’s embarrassing election defeat. And now Angela Merkel is struggling to maintain grip … Read More

Britain and Ireland remain at odds over Brexit and the border with Northern Ireland

Anti-Brexit protesters wave EU and Union flags outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, Nov. 14, 2017. Credit: Peter Nicholls/Reuters Ireland and Britain remained at odds on Monday on how to progress talks on the Irish border with a week … Read More

Brussels is in big trouble: Brexit is the least of Europe’s problems

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When their spaceship first landed on Planet Earth, the Alien Leader chose Brussels. The Alien Guidebook claimed that Europe was a very rich continent where developed countries tried to stop wars by ending aggressive nationalism. Europeans had come together in … Read More

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