Johnson faces showdown in Parliament as MPs seek to block no-deal Brexit

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Boris JohnsonPhoto: Victoria Jones/PA Boris Johnson faces a showdown in Parliament after he vowed to push for a snap general election if rebel MPs succeed in a bid to seize control of parliamentary proceedings. Parliament returns on Tuesday after recess, … Read More

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 26 July 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, There have been several important developments this week.  One is the ascension of Boris Johnson to office of Prime Minister of the UK.  The jury is still out on whether he’ll be able to extricate Britain from … 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

Weekly Update by Mark Armstrong – 31 May 2019

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Greetings from Tyler, It’s been pretty intense this week. We found out that chairman Kim (according to South Korean sources) put to death some of those who negotiated with President Trump’s team when the summit ended without progress in Vietnam. … Read More

This Is the Anti-Brexit Party That Came From Nowhere to Top Polls in Britain

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Perennial fringe party, the Liberal Democrats, have their fortunes reversed after campaigning on one clear slogan: ‘Bollocks to Brexit.’ Reuters / Hannah McKay Two parties have dominated British politics since the end of the First World War. The Labour Party, … Read More

Theresa May given 24-hour deadline to say when she will quit

EXCLUSIVE: Senior Tories warn PM to give clear timetable for handover date or risk being forced out by rebellion. Theresa May leaves Parliament following talks with Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday night ( Aaron Chown/PA ) Theresa May was served a deadline of … 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

U.K.’s May Facing Challenge From Grassroots Tories Over Brexit

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–Petition for premier to go meets threshold for special meeting –Vote would be non-binding but potentially humiliating for PM Theresa May speaks in Parliament in March Photographer: Mark Duffy/U.K. Parliament Follow @Brexit, sign up to our Brexit Bulletin, and tell us your Brexit story.  U.K. … Read More

Brexit LIVE: Theresa May SHUNNED by own party in election campaign – ‘She’s TOXIC!’

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TORY councillors will not mention Theresa May’s name on voters’ doorsteps ahead of the local elections next month due to voters associating it with ‘betrayal’ as the UK’s Prime Minister has still failed to pass a withdrawal agreement in Parliament. … Read More

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