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The Shelter Island Reporter
Tea and Talk with Helen Simonsonyears in a tiny village in East Sussex, England, much like the villages in whic
Tea and Talk with Helen Simonson
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted an hour ago
years in a tiny village in East Sussex, England, much like the villages in which her books are set. While a student at the London School of Economics she met her American husband of 30 years who was in the United Kingdom on a study abroad program.... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Social peace and political consensus important for economic reforms: Manmohan Singhthe tax system de novo. I announced the appointment of a committee under Raja C
Social peace and political consensus important for economic reforms: Manmohan Singh
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 5 hours ago
the tax system de novo. I announced the appointment of a committee under Raja Chellaiah. I also involved Nic Stern from the London School of Economics. He and Raja Chellaiah both came up with a roadmap of moving towards a VAT-type of a tax system.... Read more
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Aljazeera
For the British left, social justice is electabilitybe pure overkill. Analysing newspaper coverage of Corbyn during his first two
For the British left, social justice is electability
Aljazeera / Posted 11 hours ago
be pure overkill. Analysing newspaper coverage of Corbyn during his first two months as Labour leader, a report from the London School of Economics found it to be overwhelmingly hostile- with researchers stating they were "astonished by the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connectedby Louisiana State Police, July 18, 2016. Hours before the chaos broke out in
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connected
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
by Louisiana State Police, July 18, 2016. Hours before the chaos broke out in Nice, I was sitting in a lecture hall at the London School of Economics, listening to Canada’s International Trade Minster Chrystia Freeland talk about Brexit, and the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connectedby Louisiana State Police, July 18, 2016. Hours before the chaos broke out in
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connected
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
by Louisiana State Police, July 18, 2016. Hours before the chaos broke out in Nice, I was sitting in a lecture hall at the London School of Economics, listening to Canada’s International Trade Minster Chrystia Freeland talk about Brexit, and the... Read more
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Daily Star
'We don’t want them' Trump vows to ban immigrants from terror-affected countriesvideos Donald Trump played to his advantages: Expert Peter Trubowitz, profess
'We don’t want them' Trump vows to ban immigrants from terror-affected countries
Daily Star / Posted yesterday
videos Donald Trump played to his advantages: Expert Peter Trubowitz, professor of international relations at the London School of Economics, discusses Donald Trump's recent speech. Family value: Donald Trump eclipsed by Ivanka Ivanka... Read more
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The Hill
Budowsky: Why Warren masters Trumpand Rep. Bill Alexander (D-Ark.), then chief deputy majority whip of the House.
Budowsky: Why Warren masters Trump
The Hill / Posted yesterday
and Rep. Bill Alexander (D-Ark.), then chief deputy majority whip of the House. He holds an LL.M. in international financial law from the London School of Economics. He can be read on The Hill’s Contributors blog and reached at brentbbi@web... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Science and Technology Drivers of Sustained Economic GrowthBasu, senior vice-president and chief economist at the World Bank. Professor B
Science and Technology Drivers of Sustained Economic Growth
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Basu, senior vice-president and chief economist at the World Bank. Professor Basu holds a PhD in Economics from the London School of Economics. He has also received honorary doctorates from several Institutes, including IIT, Mumbai, and... Read more
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Reuters
War-split Cyprus on edge as Turkey reels in crisisTurkish Cypriots, who call the invasion a "peace operation", celebrated a natio
War-split Cyprus on edge as Turkey reels in crisis
Reuters / Posted yesterday
Turkish Cypriots, who call the invasion a "peace operation", celebrated a national holiday. For James Ker-Lindsay at the London School of Economics, Turkey's crisis should be an impetus to islanders to sort out the conflict as soon as... Read more
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CNBC
Donald Trump's one big advantage is Hillary Clinton, says former Reagan aideclutches of Wall Street and the financial elite, according to Peter Trubowitz,
Donald Trump's one big advantage is Hillary Clinton, says former Reagan aide
CNBC / Posted yesterday
clutches of Wall Street and the financial elite, according to Peter Trubowitz, professor of international relations at the London School of Economics. "It's one of the things she really has to do next week ... because that is the general... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Follow the Money: 'The Wolf of Wall Street' Corruption Timelinefrom which he would graduate in 2005 with a BSc Economics, majoring in finance.
Follow the Money: 'The Wolf of Wall Street' Corruption Timeline
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted yesterday
from which he would graduate in 2005 with a BSc Economics, majoring in finance. 2008 After graduating from the London School of Economics in 2000, Aziz is reported to have worked at KMPG and then at HSBC’s London base from 2005 as a... Read more
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Breitbart
Turkey Suspends Human Rights Convention As Europe Raises Concerns Over Torturesince 1987, and has had more ECHR judgements passed against it than any other E
Turkey Suspends Human Rights Convention As Europe Raises Concerns Over Torture
Breitbart / Posted yesterday
since 1987, and has had more ECHR judgements passed against it than any other European nation, according to analysis by the London School of Economics. Between 1959 and 2011, over 40-per-cent of all freedom of expression cases heard by the ECHR were... Read more
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Perth Now
We’ve never seen this situation beforewould having women in charge of some of the world’s most powerful bodies really
We’ve never seen this situation before
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
would having women in charge of some of the world’s most powerful bodies really make a difference? Not so fast, says London School of Economics governor Kate Jenkins who has advised the UK leadership and state governments in Brazil and... Read more
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Scotsman
Joyce McMillan: New Labour, not Corbyn, to blamein the party; campaigns reflected in the hostility to Corbyn shown by most of t
Joyce McMillan: New Labour, not Corbyn, to blame
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
in the party; campaigns reflected in the hostility to Corbyn shown by most of the UK media, and exposed this week in a London School of Economics report. And what is most alarming about the present obsessive focus on Jeremy Corbyn is that for... Read more
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J Weekly
He proposed, she said yes, then they went for doughnutsthe end of her college years, she was living with him. A few years later, she
He proposed, she said yes, then they went for doughnuts
J Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
the end of her college years, she was living with him. A few years later, she decided to obtain a master’s degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science. “I was thinking I was probably going to go into an international career and... Read more
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Wired News
Hari Kondabolu Is the Best Political Comedian You Don’t Know Yetfor the show. Born and raised in Queens, Kondabolu attended Wesleyan and Bowdoi
Hari Kondabolu Is the Best Political Comedian You Don’t Know Yet
Wired News / Posted 2 days ago
for the show. Born and raised in Queens, Kondabolu attended Wesleyan and Bowdoin, earned a Masters in Human Rights from the London School of Economics, and worked as an activist in Seattle before getting into comedy. And it’s a good thing he found... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Why people don't tend to forecast recessionsIN LATE 2008, during a briefing at the London School of Economics, Queen Elizab
Why people don't tend to forecast recessions
Namibia Economist / Posted 2 days ago
IN LATE 2008, during a briefing at the London School of Economics, Queen Elizabeth II famously asked why no-one had seen the downturn coming. There can be no better answer than the current furore over the outlook for the British economy in the wake... Read more
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International Business Times
London transport 'not good enough' as heatwave costs capital millions of pounds were also disrupted as speed restrictions were put in place due to the high tem
London transport 'not good enough' as heatwave costs capital millions of pounds
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
were also disrupted as speed restrictions were put in place due to the high temperatures. Professor Tony Travers, from the London School of Economics, told the Evening Standard: "In an economy as big as London's, even moderate impact on the economy... Read more
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The Age
Merkel tells May: we can't talk Brexit until you pull the triggerother EU leaders say is impossible. "There's no wiggle room," said Simon Hix,
Merkel tells May: we can't talk Brexit until you pull the trigger
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
other EU leaders say is impossible. "There's no wiggle room," said Simon Hix, professor of political science at the London School of Economics, citing resistance to Britain's demands in Germany and in Brussels. "Those lines will be... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Merkel tells May: we can't talk Brexit until you pull the triggerother EU leaders say is impossible. "There's no wiggle room," said Simon Hix,
Merkel tells May: we can't talk Brexit until you pull the trigger
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
other EU leaders say is impossible. "There's no wiggle room," said Simon Hix, professor of political science at the London School of Economics, citing resistance to Britain's demands in Germany and in Brussels. "Those lines will be... Read more
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EuroNews
Five knock-on effects of Turkey’s failed coupmembers of the military responsible for the alleged power bid, according to Bri
Five knock-on effects of Turkey’s failed coup
EuroNews / Posted 3 days ago
members of the military responsible for the alleged power bid, according to Brian Klaas, an expert on coups, based at the London School of Economics. “He’s going to become much more paranoid,” said Dr Klaas. “This happens almost always with coup... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
May takes first step to Brexit ahead of Merkel talksthink about. "May has to build bridges with her fellow leaders," Professor Iai
May takes first step to Brexit ahead of Merkel talks
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
think about. "May has to build bridges with her fellow leaders," Professor Iain Begg, from the European Institute at the London School of Economics university, told AFP. "It will be getting to know each other combined with trying to put... Read more
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Business Standard India
How reservations help disadvantaged-caste students get higher educationeducation begets education, said Sheldon Danziger of the University of Michigan
How reservations help disadvantaged-caste students get higher education
Business Standard India / Posted 3 days ago
education begets education, said Sheldon Danziger of the University of Michigan and Jane Waldfogel of the London School of Economics in Securing the Future: Investing in Children from Birth to College. “Those who complete more... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
How reservations help disadvantaged-caste students get higher educationeducation begets education, said Sheldon Danziger of the University of Michigan
How reservations help disadvantaged-caste students get higher education
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 3 days ago
education begets education, said Sheldon Danziger of the University of Michigan and Jane Waldfogel of the London School of Economics in Securing the Future: Investing in Children from Birth to College. “Those who complete more... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
May to thrash out Brexit roadmap in Berlin, Paris talksact' - "May has to build bridges with her fellow leaders," Professor Iain Begg
May to thrash out Brexit roadmap in Berlin, Paris talks
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 3 days ago
act' - "May has to build bridges with her fellow leaders," Professor Iain Begg, from the European Institute at the London School of Economics university, told AFP. "It will be getting to know each other combined with trying to put... Read more
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Rappler
May to thrash out Brexit roadmap in Berlin, Paris talksdeparture. "May has to build bridges with her fellow leaders," Professor Iain
May to thrash out Brexit roadmap in Berlin, Paris talks
Rappler / Posted 3 days ago
departure. "May has to build bridges with her fellow leaders," Professor Iain Begg, from the European Institute at the London School of Economics university, told Agence France-Presse. "It will be getting to know each other combined with... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ethiopia's 'Miraculous' Economic Growth - Dancing While Standing Stillgrowth rates predicted by the government of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi look fa
Ethiopia's 'Miraculous' Economic Growth - Dancing While Standing Still
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
growth rates predicted by the government of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi look fanciful." In another piece, published on London School of Economics blog, I have provided compelling empirical evidences to suggest that at least agricultural GDP was... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Helicopter money 'the obvious solution' to boost economiesinfrastructure spending would also help," he added. The internationally respec
Helicopter money 'the obvious solution' to boost economies
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
infrastructure spending would also help," he added. The internationally respected economist, formerly a professor at the London School of Economics before taking up his current role at Citigroup, gave an endorsement of at least one of the... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Dubai royalty who are among RICHEST men on earth spotted on the TUBEthan £10 billion One joker wrote: "Lend me £20m to build Grimsby town a new st
Dubai royalty who are among RICHEST men on earth spotted on the TUBE
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
than £10 billion One joker wrote: "Lend me £20m to build Grimsby town a new stadium il give you Back 20m and 1p thanks." Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum attended the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and later attended the London School of Econom... Read more
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EuroNews
How will Turkey’s failed coup affect ISIL, NATO and the refugee crisis?members of the military responsible for the alleged power bid, according to Bri
How will Turkey’s failed coup affect ISIL, NATO and the refugee crisis?
EuroNews / Posted 5 days ago
members of the military responsible for the alleged power bid, according to Brian Klaas, an expert on coups, based at the London School of Economics. “He’s going to become much more paranoid,” said Dr Klaas. “This happens almost always with coup... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Britain’s unparalleled diversity is here to staya result less interesting. In this respect the worriers are wrong. The map bel
Britain’s unparalleled diversity is here to stay
Namibia Economist / Posted 5 days ago
a result less interesting. In this respect the worriers are wrong. The map below, produced by the Centre for Cities at the London School of Economics, shows both why liberals are anxious and why they need not worry so much. As a magnet for... Read more
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The Hindu
Turkey an unlikely victim of an equally unlikely coupand political institutions, typically follow an “institutional coup” model, acc
Turkey an unlikely victim of an equally unlikely coup
The Hindu / Posted 5 days ago
and political institutions, typically follow an “institutional coup” model, according to Brian Klaas, a fellow at the London School of Economics. In an institutional coup, the military is unified behind the takeover and uses its full power to... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Q&A: Federal Reserve Bank of S.F. president talks tech boomof the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Education: Doctorate in economics
Q&A: Federal Reserve Bank of S.F. president talks tech boom
Silicon Valley / Posted 6 days ago
of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Education: Doctorate in economics from Stanford, master's of science from the London School of Economics, and an A.B. from UC Berkeley Prior experience: Williams was previously the executive vice... Read more
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The Economic Times
Turkey was an unlikely victim of an equally unlikely coupand political institutions, typically follow an "institutional coup" model, acc
Turkey was an unlikely victim of an equally unlikely coup
The Economic Times / Posted 6 days ago
and political institutions, typically follow an "institutional coup" model, according to Brian Klaas, a fellow at the London School of Economics. In an institutional coup, the military is unified behind the takeover and uses its full power to... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
A brief moment of hope in Turkey coup attempt chaosthe question of how the country would heal loomed large. Fawaz Gerges, profess
A brief moment of hope in Turkey coup attempt chaos
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 7 days ago
the question of how the country would heal loomed large. Fawaz Gerges, professor of international relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science, pointed out that even political parties that fiercely oppose Erdogan had... Read more
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SKY News
Another Terror Attack: Why France Again?not known for terrorism. :: History Of Deadly Attacks In France Fawaz Gerges,
Another Terror Attack: Why France Again?
SKY News / Posted 8 days ago
not known for terrorism. :: History Of Deadly Attacks In France Fawaz Gerges, Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics, says now is the time to be frank about France's problem when compared to the rest of... Read more
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SKY News
'Deep Scars' Let French Islamists Flourishnot known for terrorism. :: History Of Deadly Attacks In France Fawaz Gerges,
'Deep Scars' Let French Islamists Flourish
SKY News / Posted 8 days ago
not known for terrorism. :: History Of Deadly Attacks In France Fawaz Gerges, Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics, says now is the time to be frank about France's problem when compared to the rest of... Read more
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SKY News
Your Mini-Guide To Theresa May's Cabinetstrategy and policy across the business department. Mr Clark, 48, grew up in Mi
Your Mini-Guide To Theresa May's Cabinet
SKY News / Posted 9 days ago
strategy and policy across the business department. Mr Clark, 48, grew up in Middlesbrough and studied at Cambridge and the London School of Economics, where he gained a PhD for a thesis on incentive payments. He has also held the post of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Brexit Secretary David Davis says Britain will leave the EU by 2018policy across the business department. Mr Clark, 48, grew up in Middlesbrough
Brexit Secretary David Davis says Britain will leave the EU by 2018
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
policy across the business department. Mr Clark, 48, grew up in Middlesbrough and went on to study at Cambridge and the London School of Economics where he gained a PhD for a thesis on incentive payments. He has also held the post of... Read more
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iol.co.za
Brexit economists say Britain can still benefiteconomic model used by Professor Minford to deliver his forecasts has been seve
Brexit economists say Britain can still benefit
iol.co.za / Posted 9 days ago
economic model used by Professor Minford to deliver his forecasts has been severely criticised by other analysts at the London School of Economics as being built on ideology, rather than facts. They argued, before the referendum result, that it... Read more
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guardian-series
Who's who in Theresa May's Cabinet?and policy across the business department. Mr Clark, 48, grew up in Middlesbrou
Who's who in Theresa May's Cabinet?
guardian-series / Posted 9 days ago
and policy across the business department. Mr Clark, 48, grew up in Middlesbrough and went on to study at Cambridge and the London School of Economics where he gained a PhD for a thesis on incentive payments. He has also held the post of... Read more
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The Mercury News
Q&A: Federal Reserve Bank of S.F. president talks tech boomof the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Education: Doctorate in economics
Q&A: Federal Reserve Bank of S.F. president talks tech boom
The Mercury News / Posted 9 days ago
of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Education: Doctorate in economics from Stanford, master's of science from the London School of Economics, and an A.B. from UC Berkeley Prior experience: Williams was previously the executive vice... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Kirk's Senate campaign troubled by embellishmentmajor, but he switched to history after transferring to Cornell, then did gradu
Kirk's Senate campaign troubled by embellishment
Chicago Tribune / Posted 9 days ago
major, but he switched to history after transferring to Cornell, then did graduate work in international relations at the London School of Economics. Back in the states, he parlayed an internship with his north suburban congressman, Republican... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Diversity Travel enjoy £9m revenue hikeConsortium, have also facilitated organic growth for the company with new contr
Diversity Travel enjoy £9m revenue hike
Manchester Evening News / Posted 9 days ago
Consortium, have also facilitated organic growth for the company with new contracts in the academic sector including the London School of Economics, the University of Warwick and the V&A Museum in London. "We have strengthened our online... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
May steps in, Cameron out at U.K. helmunder pressure from exit-supporting Conservatives and other EU leaders to start
May steps in, Cameron out at U.K. helm
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
under pressure from exit-supporting Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks. But Tony Travers of the London School of Economics said May probably will not rush to trigger Article 50 of the EU constitution, which starts the... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Theresa May becomes Britain's new leader as Cameron exitsfrom pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks w
Theresa May becomes Britain's new leader as Cameron exits
Lake Placid News / Posted 9 days ago
from pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks with the bloc. But Tony Travers of the London School of Economics said May probably would not rush to trigger Article 50 of the EU constitution, which starts a... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Theresa May becomes Britain's new leader as Cameron exitsfrom pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks w
Theresa May becomes Britain's new leader as Cameron exits
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
from pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks with the bloc. But Tony Travers of the London School of Economics said May probably would not rush to trigger Article 50 of the EU constitution, which starts a... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Theresa May becomes Britain’s new leader as Cameron exitsfrom pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks w
Theresa May becomes Britain’s new leader as Cameron exits
Savannah Morning News / Posted 9 days ago
from pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks with the bloc. But Tony Travers of the London School of Economics said May probably would not rush to trigger Article 50 of the EU constitution, which starts a... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Theresa May becomes Britain's new leader as Cameron exitsfrom pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks w
Theresa May becomes Britain's new leader as Cameron exits
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 9 days ago
from pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks with the bloc. But Tony Travers of the London School of Economics said May probably would not rush to trigger Article 50 of the EU constitution, which starts a... Read more
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Japan Today
Theresa May becomes Britain's new prime minister; Boris Johnson named foreign secretary ‹ Japan Todayfrom pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks w
Theresa May becomes Britain's new prime minister; Boris Johnson named foreign secretary ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 9 days ago
from pro-Brexit Conservatives and other EU leaders to start formal exit talks with the bloc. But Tony Travers of the London School of Economics said May probably would not rush to trigger Article 50 of the EU constitution, which starts a... Read more
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