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Protégé : Voting on Brexit: an interview with Lord Michael Heseltine

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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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A night with the Conservatives

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The race is still open. While Sadiq Khan, the Labour candidate for London Mayoral elections still leads in the polls, his Conservative opponent, Zac Goldsmith is gaining new momentum. New supports come in every day and the Back Zac bus crisscrosses  London boroughs. The election deadline is nearing (5th May 2016) and Zac could win […]

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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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How could EU-China trade relations be more advanced?

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Mr. Tóth is an Hungarian fellow of Politique.com based in Luxembourg. Considering present states of main players’ economies in global commerce, their standby might be an obstacle to development and innovation which could guarantee prosperity for the society. European Union citizens could also just benefit from more intensive commercial connections with the People’s Republic of […]

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The revival of Sovereigntists in Europe

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What should we remember about 2015? Marked by terrorism in Europe, the Middle-East and even in the USA, the world faced the political consequences of this new phenomenon that seems to characterise the 21st century. The recent evolutions in the Syrian war put migrants at the forefront of newspapers and Europe is facing a new […]

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Back to the past? Current Greek economic policy

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Mr. Tóth is an Hungarian fellow of Politique.com based in Luxembourg. Since Greece’s debt crisis began in 2010, most international banks and foreign investors have sold their Greek bonds and Greece now appears to be in a catch-22 situation. But Mihály Alex Tóth suggests the government’s biggest bail-out challenges are yet to come. In July […]

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Ex-IMF Chief Economist backs Macron’s economic policy: an interview with Olivier Blanchard

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Departing International Monetary Fund Chief Economist Olivier Blanchard [1] gave the 31st annual Mais Lecture at Cass Business School, on 7th October 2015. The annual Mais lecture is regarded as the City of London’s foremost event for the banking and finance community, and is attended by senior practitioners and academics. Since its inception in 1978, […]

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Interview : «N’oublions pas le génocide sikh »

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Ce dimanche 7 juin était organisé par la communauté sikh de France une manifestation place du Trocadéro, à Paris, afin de commémorer les victimes de la répression de 1984, perpétrée par l’Etat Indien, et qualifiée de génocide. Le rassemblement [1], qui comptait un grand nombre de femmes et d’enfants s’est déroulé dans le calme, immobile, […]

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