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Michel Barnier hits out at disturbing UK stance as Brexit talks hit deadlock

Michel Barnier hits out at disturbing UK stance as Brexit talks hit deadlock

October 13, 2017 0

    David Davis, the Brexit secretary, has heaped pressure on European Union leaders to grant Michel Barnier the flexibility to begin talks over EU-UK trade and a possible transition deal at crunch summit

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Theresa May will tell MPs to put the ball is in the EU’s court

Theresa May will tell MPs to put the ball is in the EU’s court

October 9, 2017 0

    The Prime Minister will tell MPs that the ball is in the EU’s court when she updates them on the progress of Brexit negotiations. Theresa May will call for the European Union

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EU refuse discuss about Brexit until paid of divorce bill

EU refuse discuss about Brexit until paid of divorce bill

October 8, 2017 0

    Germany and France will reportedly refuse to talk about a post Brexit transition deal until the UK settles its so called divorce bill with the European Union. The two countries are set

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Denmark could pass such legislation on burqa ban

Denmark could pass such legislation on burqa ban

October 7, 2017 0

    Danish parliamentarians will hold a formal vote to ban what they termed masking after the opposition party said it would support the measure. The country will be the latest European nation to

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EU steps up Brexit talks with Labour amid concerns over Theresa May’s future

EU steps up Brexit talks with Labour amid concerns over Theresa May’s future

October 7, 2017 0

    EU negotiators have reportedly stepped up backroom Brexit talks with Labour amid concerns over Theresa May’s future. The Prime Minister has faced repeated calls to resign since losing the Conservative majority in

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Decapitated head of journalist Kim Wall found

Decapitated head of journalist Kim Wall found

October 7, 2017 0

    The decapitated head of Swedish journalist  has been found, say Danish police. Ms Wall went missing after interviewing Danish inventor Peter Madsen on his 60ft homemade submarine on 10 August. Her deliberately

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Anti nuclear campaign ICAN wins 2017 Nobel Peace Prize

Anti nuclear campaign ICAN wins 2017 Nobel Peace Prize

October 6, 2017 0

    The Norwegian Nobel Committee, warning of a rising risk of nuclear war, awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday to a little-known international campaign group advocating for a ban on nuclear

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Catalan independence vote begins: Spanish police seize ballot papers

Catalan independence vote begins: Spanish police seize ballot papers

October 1, 2017 0

    Catalonia’s disputed independence vote has quickly descended into chaos on Sunday as Spanish national police entered polling stations, seizing ballot boxes and voting papers, the media reported. In the town of Girona,

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French port as Briton packs WW2 bombshells in his bag

French port as Briton packs WW2 bombshells in his bag

September 29, 2017 0

    The French bomb squad was called in on Wednesday after a British tourist tried to take a ferry home from France with World War 2 bombshells in his suitcase. The Briton was

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Ireland says it will hold abortion referendum in 2018

Ireland says it will hold abortion referendum in 2018

September 27, 2017 0

    Ireland says it will hold abortion referendum in 2018 Ireland says it will hold an abortion referendum in 2018. Abortion is currently illegal in Ireland, unless it’s performed as a medical intervention

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