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Theresa May insisted today that she could get the concessions she needs to save her Brexit deal – despite a brutal rejection of leaders in Brussels. The Prime Minister has made it clear that she will continue with her plans, regardless of the growing evidence that they have no chance to come through Parliament. In […]
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I’ve been a little late focusing on the ‘Yellow Vest’ protests or strikes in France. But it seems to me, given a cursory reading of various sources, like a legitimate, mass expression of dissatisfaction with the French establishment politicians. A lot of people in France are fed up and have decided to group together to […]
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Theresa May had an extraordinary confrontation with Jean-Claude Juncker today after EU leaders dismissed her plea for more Brexit concessions and he ridiculed her negotiating strategy.
The PM – wielding her handbag – was seen locked in a tense standoff with the EU commission chief as the second day of the summit gets under way in Brussels.
Although the sound was switched off, TV cameras caught the pair exchanging what looked to be heated words for at least a minute.
The apparent clash, which will evoke memories of Margaret Thatcher’s ‘handbagging’ of EU leaders to secure Britain’s rebate in 1984, came after Mrs May’s latest appeal for ‘legally binding’ assurances over the Irish border backstop to save her Brexit deal fell flat.
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https://ift.tt/2EvEKPd December 14, 2018 By James Oliphant WASHINGTON (Reuters) – California is determined to force 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls to make some hard choices. The nation’s most populous liberal state has moved its presidential nominating contest to early in the 2020 calendar, a shift its leaders hope will give it maximum impact on the selection […]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – California is determined to force 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls to make some hard choices. FILE PHOTO” People vote during the 2016 presidential election at the Anne Douglas Center at the Los Angeles Mission in Los Angeles, California, U.S., November 8, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni The nation’s most populous liberal state has moved its […]
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