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WA Today
US Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion rulingIt also requires clinics to have costly hospital-grade facilities. The court i
US Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion ruling
WA Today / Posted 6 minutes ago
It also requires clinics to have costly hospital-grade facilities. The court is evenly divided between liberals and conservatives following the February death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia. The court could split 4-4, which would... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Minister says Scotland could veto Brexitsaid that "of course" she would ask MSPs to refuse to give their "legislative c
Minister says Scotland could veto Brexit
New Zimbabwe / Posted 8 minutes ago
said that "of course" she would ask MSPs to refuse to give their "legislative consent". The leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson, insisted the Edinburgh parliament did not have the required authority to block Brexit. In an... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
British EU vote unnerves world leaders and marketsnotably that Britain would be able to cut immigration and free itself from regu
British EU vote unnerves world leaders and markets
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 16 minutes ago
notably that Britain would be able to cut immigration and free itself from regulations set in Brussels. . Cameron's Conservatives have been at war with each other for years over whether to quit the EU. But the vote to leave a bloc that... Read more
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Brisbane Times
US Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion rulingIt also requires clinics to have costly hospital-grade facilities. The court i
US Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion ruling
Brisbane Times / Posted 48 minutes ago
It also requires clinics to have costly hospital-grade facilities. The court is evenly divided between liberals and conservatives following the February death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia. The court could split 4-4, which would... Read more
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The Age
US Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion rulingIt also requires clinics to have costly hospital-grade facilities. The court i
US Supreme Court poised to issue major abortion ruling
The Age / Posted 52 minutes ago
It also requires clinics to have costly hospital-grade facilities. The court is evenly divided between liberals and conservatives following the February death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia. The court could split 4-4, which would... Read more
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The Washington Times
Gary Byrne’s Clinton White House expose arrives Tuesdaycitizens. From the inability of small businesses to take out loans thanks to Do
Gary Byrne’s Clinton White House expose arrives Tuesday
The Washington Times / Posted 52 minutes ago
citizens. From the inability of small businesses to take out loans thanks to Dodd-Frank regulations, the IRS targeting of conservatives, President Obama’s unconstitutional amnesty, stifling regulations handed down by the EPA — Americans are fed... Read more
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The Border Mail
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that Parliament could stop Brexit from happening. After all, most M
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
The Border Mail / Posted 53 minutes ago
have argued that Parliament could stop Brexit from happening. After all, most MPs - a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives - are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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The Courier
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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The Young Witness
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
The Young Witness / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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express
David Cameron MUST trigger Brexit process in just TWO DAYS, top EU official ordersurge David Cameron to speed up 'divorce' from Brussels Hesitating simply to ac
David Cameron MUST trigger Brexit process in just TWO DAYS, top EU official orders
express / Posted an hour ago
urge David Cameron to speed up 'divorce' from Brussels Hesitating simply to accommodate the party tactics of the British Conservatives hurts everyone He said: “Hesitating simply to accommodate the party tactics of the British Conservatives hurts... Read more
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Rappler
Spain's conservatives steal show from Podemos in pollsheadquarters during Spain's general election in Madrid on June 26, 2016. Jose J
Spain's conservatives steal show from Podemos in polls
Rappler / Posted an hour ago
headquarters during Spain's general election in Madrid on June 26, 2016. Jose Jordan/AFP MADRID, Spain – Spain's incumbent conservatives stole the show away from a far-left coalition led by Podemos Sunday, June 26, finishing stronger in repeat... Read more
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Western Advocate
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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Kiama Independent
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Justine Greening: Tory leadership battle ‘not in interests of country’should strike a deal to form a “united leadership” for the country and the Tory
Justine Greening: Tory leadership battle ‘not in interests of country’
Irish Examiner / Posted an hour ago
should strike a deal to form a “united leadership” for the country and the Tory party, a Cabinet minister has suggested as Conservatives jostled to replace the Prime Minister. Brexit campaign frontman Johnson and the Remain-backing Home Secretary... Read more
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Manning River Times
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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The North West Star
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
The North West Star / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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Brisbane Times
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Brisbane Times / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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Daily Liberal
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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The Age
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
The Age / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Illawarra Mercury / Posted an hour ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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TheBull
European MPs urge speedy Brexit as Merkel plays for time"lead to even more insecurity and thus endanger jobs". "Hesitating simply to a
European MPs urge speedy Brexit as Merkel plays for time
TheBull / Posted 2 hours ago
"lead to even more insecurity and thus endanger jobs". "Hesitating simply to accommodate the party tactics of the British Conservatives hurts everyone," Schulz, a German Social Democrat, said. "That is why we expect the British government to now... Read more
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WA Today
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
WA Today / Posted 2 hours ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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express
Senior Tory backbenchers rally around Boris to back him for PMthe negotiating team for our EU exit. "I would also encourage as many Ukip mem
Senior Tory backbenchers rally around Boris to back him for PM
express / Posted 2 hours ago
the negotiating team for our EU exit. "I would also encourage as many Ukip members as possible to come and re-join the Conservatives." Mr Johnson, who was the star of the Vote Leave campaign for an EU exit in the referendum welcomed a string... Read more
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Canberra Times
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denialhave argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs –
After Brexit, UK gripped by profound case of denial
Canberra Times / Posted 2 hours ago
have argued that parliament could stop Brexit happening. After all, most MPs – a majority of Labour, SNP and Conservatives – are pro-Remain. One way they could do this would be through a second referendum to override the first. It's... Read more
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Scotsman
Brian Monteith: Scots Remain vote doesn’t justify indyref 2in the 2015 general election as far back as January 2013 – 18 months before the
Brian Monteith: Scots Remain vote doesn’t justify indyref 2
Scotsman / Posted 2 hours ago
in the 2015 general election as far back as January 2013 – 18 months before the Scottish independence referendum. The Conservatives published a Referendum Bill in June 2013, as a private member’s bill, as they were in coalition at the time. It... Read more
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New York Magazine
The A-Z of Brexit: A Guide to Britain's New Politicsof a Labour/Scottish National Party coalition causing economic and political “c
The A-Z of Brexit: A Guide to Britain's New Politics
New York Magazine / Posted 2 hours ago
of a Labour/Scottish National Party coalition causing economic and political “chaos” scared plenty of voters back to the Conservatives. This time, “Project Fear” failed. This is partly because Leave’s “taking back control” slogan was such a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The three battles that defined the Coalition's rallyto tear the future Coalition Government asunder – the legalisation of same-sex
The three battles that defined the Coalition's rally
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 hours ago
to tear the future Coalition Government asunder – the legalisation of same-sex marriage. In recent days Coalition conservatives have said they will not be bound by the outcomes of the intended plebiscite if the Australian community votes... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Spain conservatives finish stronger in polls: partial resultsMADRID - Spain's incumbent conservatives finished stronger in Sunday's repeat e
Spain conservatives finish stronger in polls: partial results
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 hours ago
MADRID - Spain's incumbent conservatives finished stronger in Sunday's repeat election, winning more seats than in December polls though still without a majority, partial official results showed. Supporters of the Popular Party (PP) hold flags as... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Brexit: The messy aftermath of a bloody messby October, given his evident failure with the referendum he had promised back
Brexit: The messy aftermath of a bloody mess
Daily Maverick / Posted 3 hours ago
by October, given his evident failure with the referendum he had promised back in 2013 and then couldn’t win. Since the Conservatives still hold a majority in the House of Commons and the current Parliament, statutorily, still has several years... Read more
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The Star
British EU vote causes alarm abroad as ripples spreadon Monday to provide reassurance about "financial and economic stability". Ope
British EU vote causes alarm abroad as ripples spread
The Star / Posted 3 hours ago
on Monday to provide reassurance about "financial and economic stability". Open political conflict spread from his ruling Conservatives to the opposition Labour party, where senior lawmakers withdrew support for their leader after traditional... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Brexit will deliver a few home truthsput forth by old Mal will see the same result, because the election swing will
Brexit will deliver a few home truths
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
put forth by old Mal will see the same result, because the election swing will cull Turnbull's bedwetter MPs, and the conservatives in the party will have the numbers to decide who leads. 27 Jun 2016 8:15:48am Ian has taken several shots at... Read more
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Daily Mirror
As Labour rebels clash with Jeremy Corbyn should he stay or should he go now?Leaderless Conservatives are revolting and Labour is in mutiny – as Shadow Cabi
As Labour rebels clash with Jeremy Corbyn should he stay or should he go now?
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 hours ago
Leaderless Conservatives are revolting and Labour is in mutiny – as Shadow Cabinet Minister after Shadow Cabinet Minister quits in an attempted coup against Jeremy Corbyn. So there’s unparalleled mayhem in Britain’s two main political parties as the... Read more
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WA Today
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit leadand 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit lead
WA Today / Posted 4 hours ago
and 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures in the GOP base as Trump struggles to unite conservatives going into next month's national convention in Cleveland. Donald Trump, presumptive Republican presidential... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Spain conservatives finish stronger in polls: Partial resultsMADRID: Spain's incumbent conservatives finished stronger in Sunday's (Jun 26)
Spain conservatives finish stronger in polls: Partial results
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 hours ago
MADRID: Spain's incumbent conservatives finished stronger in Sunday's (Jun 26) repeat election, winning more seats than in December polls though still without a majority, partial official results showed. Exit polls had initially suggested that the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language that no longer mattersformer Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele it was the "indict
Donald Trump shows that circa 2016 political language that no longer matters
Canberra Times / Posted 4 hours ago
former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele it was the "indictment against Hillary Clinton" that a lot of conservatives had been waiting to hear from Trump. But to others, Trump had shot himself in the foot – again. "Even in a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit leadand 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit lead
Canberra Times / Posted 4 hours ago
and 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures in the GOP base as Trump struggles to unite conservatives going into next month's national convention in Cleveland. Donald Trump, presumptive Republican presidential... Read more
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Business Standard India
British fallout from EU alarms Asia, deepens party conflictsof the danger of “speculative, violent moves” in currencies. In Britain, open p
British fallout from EU alarms Asia, deepens party conflicts
Business Standard India / Posted 4 hours ago
of the danger of “speculative, violent moves” in currencies. In Britain, open political conflict spread from the ruling Conservatives to the opposition, and senior Labour lawmakers attempted a coup against their leader after traditional... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Brexit: How brave is Scotland?of the European Union against our will". It is still unclear whether this acti
Brexit: How brave is Scotland?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
of the European Union against our will". It is still unclear whether this action would work. The leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson, said she has been given advice that "suggests this is not within the power" of the Scottish... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit leadand 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit lead
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
and 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures in the GOP base as Trump struggles to unite conservatives going into next month's national convention in Cleveland. Donald Trump, presumptive Republican presidential... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
In new poll, support for Trump plunges, giving Clinton a double-digit leadand 18 percent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures
In new poll, support for Trump plunges, giving Clinton a double-digit lead
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 4 hours ago
and 18 percent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures in the GOP base as Trump struggles to unite conservatives going into next month's national convention in Cleveland. Then there are the Americans who plan to vote for... Read more
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The Age
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit leadand 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit lead
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
and 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures in the GOP base as Trump struggles to unite conservatives going into next month's national convention in Cleveland. Then there are the Americans who plan to vote for... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit leadand 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures
Donald Trump plunges in new poll that gives Hillary Clinton a double-digit lead
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
and 18 per cent say he does not represent their beliefs, exposing deep fissures in the GOP base as Trump struggles to unite conservatives going into next month's national convention in Cleveland. Then there are the Americans who plan to vote for... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Scots welcome to join EU, Merkel ally saysa new independence referendum in Scotland, which will then be successful," said
Scots welcome to join EU, Merkel ally says
Sky News Australia / Posted 5 hours ago
a new independence referendum in Scotland, which will then be successful," said Gunther Krichbaum, a member of Merkel's conservatives and chairman of the European affairs committee in parliament. "We should respond quickly to an application for... Read more
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The Hindu
Both major U.K. parties in disarraythe EU triggered an attempted “coup” in the main opposition Labour Party and a
Both major U.K. parties in disarray
The Hindu / Posted 5 hours ago
the EU triggered an attempted “coup” in the main opposition Labour Party and a bitter leadership contest in the ruling Conservatives. Both parties are reeling from the referendum result, when British voters rejected the arguments of their... Read more
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The Hindu
Brexit: European Parliament urges Britain to begin EU exit on Tuesday"Hesitating simply to accommodate the party tactics of British Conservatives hu
Brexit: European Parliament urges Britain to begin EU exit on Tuesday
The Hindu / Posted 5 hours ago
"Hesitating simply to accommodate the party tactics of British Conservatives hurts everyone," says European Parliament’s chief The European Parliament’s chief called on Sunday for British Prime Minister David Cameron to begin formal proceedings to... Read more
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The Hindu
Brexit: European Parliament urges Britain to begin EU exit on Tuesday"Hesitating simply to accommodate the party tactics of British Conservatives hu
Brexit: European Parliament urges Britain to begin EU exit on Tuesday
The Hindu / Posted 5 hours ago
"Hesitating simply to accommodate the party tactics of British Conservatives hurts everyone," says European Parliament’s chief The European Parliament’s chief called on Sunday for British Prime Minister David Cameron to begin formal proceedings to... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
British EU vote causes alarm abroad as ripples spreadof the danger of "speculative, violent moves" in currencies. In Britain, open
British EU vote causes alarm abroad as ripples spread
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 hours ago
of the danger of "speculative, violent moves" in currencies. In Britain, open political conflict spread from the ruling Conservatives to the opposition Labour party, where senior lawmakers withdrew support for their leader after traditional... Read more
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