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Every single day we can read negative news about the brexit. The brexit is coming and as we know 50% of the country thinks that its gonna be great and the other 50% is more convinced that we are getting in deep mud. Neither party has the absolute truth within...
It's a thesis that has been circulating for a couple of years and that has been resumed and explained by the New York Times after the chaotic events of the last days Since in June 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, several politicians and analysts wondered...
With Brexit, in the United Kingdom there is a risk of a boom in heart attack deaths due to the increase in imported fruits and vegetables. This is revealed by a study published in the British Medical Journal (Bmj). In the absence of an agreement with the European Union...
May returns to Parliament to explain Plan B If the Brexit were to be blocked, there will be a political tsunami. "British International Trade Minister Liam Fox supports this in an editorial on the Sunday Telegraph." The failure to achieve Brexit will create a chasm between Parliament and people, a...
Pressures in Westminster are ascending as MPs get ready for Theresa May's Brexit arrangement to return before the Commons. After Remainer Tory MP Anna Soubry was mishandled and marked a "Nazi" by Brexiteer nonconformists, additional police were on obligation outside Parliament on Tuesday. It came as 55 MPs on all...
In view of a 'no-deal', the European Commission in Brussels launches a series of emergency measures to deal with possible unrest Hundred days after the fateful farewell of the United Kingdom to the European Union, Brussels is taking steps to face the Brexit earthquake. With Theresa May under attack and...
Theresa May postponed the Brexit vote in January 2019. Chaos in London The Brexit vote has been postponed. The decision was made official by Theresa May yesterday that has raised a new wave of protests. First of all, that of the Laborers who led Jeremy Corbyn with a new motion of...
In the United Kingdom we are talking about a second referendum to get Brexit out of the impasse, but May says no. The British premier Theresa May will reiterate today in Parliament her No to a new referendum on Brexit, because so "we would betray the British citizens". The BBC wrote...
English Travelers should pay €7 (around £6) to visit the EU after Brexit, the European Commission has affirmed. From 2021, English Travelers should pay the expense at regular intervals to pre-enlist for an electronic visa waiver, a framework like the ESTA plot utilized by the US. The pre-authorisation expense will be...
Theresa May had asked her European colleagues for some changes to the agreement, but she only received "no" The European Council, the organ of the European Union that gathers the heads of state and government of the member countries, met yesterday to discuss among other things of Brexit, after that...

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