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IN a meeting with Theresa May: one Mother and four children

On January, 17th, 2017 at Lancaster House, Prime Minister Theresa May set out a new plan for Britain on the subject of Brexit, that will be roll out by the Joint Ministerial Committee on EU Negotiations, chaired by MP David Davis. De facto, Britons have understood that the EU had failed in controlling immigration, establishing […]

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Donald Trump made History : an analysis of his first speech as President of the United States

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Hillary Clinton has fallen at 2.22am on 9th November, 2016. In the run to the White House, Donald Trump, the Republican candidate fought Hillary Clinton, the Democrat one, and the latter has failed to win crucial swing states such as Pennsylvania, Michigan, Iowa, Wisconsin and Florida that eventually voted for the GOP candidate. Most polls in […]

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Brexit : the first wave

EU commissioner Jonathan Hill steps down In the aftermath of Britons decision to leave the EU, the PM David Cameron announced his resignation, taking effect in October 2016. Lord Hill, a close conservative ally of Mr. Cameron and one of the most senior UK diplomats in Brussels, was offered in 2014 by J.C Juncker to […]

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English Defence League : Coventry calling

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After having demonstrated in Preston and High Wycombe to raise awareness of the increasing “threats from Islamification across Britain”, the English Defence League (EDL) came to Coventry in May 2016 to highlight how this “once-proud cathedral city is falling below the national radar while it’s being gutted by its transformation into a Muslim ghetto”. EDL […]

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TTIP and Brexit: an interview with ex-PM Gordon Brown

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Gordon Brown gave his first major public speech of the European Referendum campaign at London School of Economics this week, together with Craig Calhoun, Director and President of LSE. He previously served as Chancellor of the Exchequer in the Labour Government from 1997 to 2007 and was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and […]

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The political leader : an interview with the UKIP MEP Gerard Batten

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Politique.com interviewed Gerard Batten, a senior political leader and UKIP (UK Independence Party) MEP (Member of the European Parliament) for London. The interview highlights several political themes that UKIP supports with such as Brexit, migrants, student fees, Islam, UK deindustrialization, and international political issues. Politique.com: What impact do you think a “Brexit” would have on […]

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