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asianage
Will the ‘European project’ crumble?have noted that with Brexit, the UK’s engagement with Europe has come full circ
Will the ‘European project’ crumble?
asianage / Posted 2 days ago
have noted that with Brexit, the UK’s engagement with Europe has come full circle. In 1990, then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was forced out of office by a group in her own Tory Party that favoured more European integration. Today,... Read more
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asianage
Will the �European project' crumble?have noted that with Brexit, the UK’s engagement with Europe has come full circ
Will the �European project' crumble?
asianage / Posted 2 days ago
have noted that with Brexit, the UK’s engagement with Europe has come full circle. In 1990, then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was forced out of office by a group in her own Tory Party that favoured more European integration. Today,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
University of Ulster graduations June 27, 2016 - full list of resultsBarbara Beattie William Blair Mark Cormican Alison Ferguson Sara Gardner A
University of Ulster graduations June 27, 2016 - full list of results
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Barbara Beattie William Blair Mark Cormican Alison Ferguson Sara Gardner Arlene Heekin Charlotte Mary Margaret Kane Oisin Kavanagh Christina McBride Kirsty Louise McClintock Elaine McDonald Sean McEvoy Andrea... Read more
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Op-Ed News
The Beginning of the End for the EUcleverly generated for the many. But we can expect that once Frankfurt becomes
The Beginning of the End for the EU
Op-Ed News / Posted 3 days ago
cleverly generated for the many. But we can expect that once Frankfurt becomes the world financial center, money will feel freer to move Eastward, and Europe with it. That the Brits should turn out to be the first member to actually ditch the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Brexit: Farmers told not to panic over loss of £260m in EU subsidiestoo long Brussels dictated the trade deals the UK must abide by and now that is
Brexit: Farmers told not to panic over loss of £260m in EU subsidies
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
too long Brussels dictated the trade deals the UK must abide by and now that is over I personally feel we will be freer to dictate our own terms." NI Agriculture Minister Michelle McIlveen said her top priority was "to ensure our... Read more
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The New Statesman
“I am happy to be proved wrong”: Amanda Feilding on drugs, trepanning, and the benefits of LSDafter my name”. However, her family, as the New Yorker noted, is indeed formida
“I am happy to be proved wrong”: Amanda Feilding on drugs, trepanning, and the benefits of LSD
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
after my name”. However, her family, as the New Yorker noted, is indeed formidable: her father, Basil Feilding, and mother, Margaret Feilding, were both descended from the Habsburgs as well as two illegitimate children of Charles II. In the 1960s,... Read more
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Salon.com
Brexit is bigger than Britain: The global economy could hang in the balancein the EEC, curbing anti-Europe tensions for a time. The warming ties didn’t l
Brexit is bigger than Britain: The global economy could hang in the balance
Salon.com / Posted 8 days ago
in the EEC, curbing anti-Europe tensions for a time. The warming ties didn’t last long as by the 1980s U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was already lecturing her EU peers (11 at that point) on how their countries’ economies should be more like... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Latest edition of Sport Club NotesJune 15 - Ladies played for monthly medal and second round International Bow. W
Latest edition of Sport Club Notes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
June 15 - Ladies played for monthly medal and second round International Bow. Winner with a 66 nett was Margaret Muir, runner up was Joan Fisk with a 70 Nett with the rundown going to Dawn Bradford with a 71 Nett. Pins No. 3... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Latest edition of Sports Club NotesParcel A Coleborn. Laundry A Simmons. NORTH TOOWOOMBA Not much bowls played l
Latest edition of Sports Club Notes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
Parcel A Coleborn. Laundry A Simmons. NORTH TOOWOOMBA Not much bowls played last week due to the passing of Margaret Goschnick. Vale Margaret. Competition and Social tomorrow at 9.30am. Consistency Final: L. Mott Vs S. McManus.... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
THIRD-QUARTER HONOR ROLLS: Rondout Valley Junior High SchoolMorgan Juric, Dylan Lamkin, Amber Larsen, Raymond Leahey, Hank Mather, Gregory
THIRD-QUARTER HONOR ROLLS: Rondout Valley Junior High School
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 18 days ago
Morgan Juric, Dylan Lamkin, Amber Larsen, Raymond Leahey, Hank Mather, Gregory Neumann, Amber Pennington, Tess Pitcock, Margaret Priest, Isabella Ruzzi, Juliette Ruzzi, Trever Schwall, Mason Smiley, Olivia Weinstein. Merit — Tiana Bagley,... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
James Wan's touch makes 'The Conjuring 2' a worthy, shivery sequelchairs that rock of their own accord, a TV that suddenly switches channels (nev
James Wan's touch makes 'The Conjuring 2' a worthy, shivery sequel
Los Angeles Times / Posted 20 days ago
chairs that rock of their own accord, a TV that suddenly switches channels (never more scarily than when it lands on Margaret Thatcher), guttural voices and possessed toys and doors that go bump in the night. But Wan has a gift for investing... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Latest edition of Sports Club Notesstarting today - D. Allison, F. Dornbusch, L. Mutch, J. Pauli. Please accept o
Latest edition of Sports Club Notes
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
starting today - D. Allison, F. Dornbusch, L. Mutch, J. Pauli. Please accept our condolences to the family and friends of Margaret Goschnick who passed away last week after a tough battle with cancer. She was a tireless worker for the ladies and... Read more
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New York Magazine
Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Was Never Going to Be Easy. But Did It Have to Get This Hard?girl, running home from her suburban Chicago primary school on Fridays to read
Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Was Never Going to Be Easy. But Did It Have to Get This Hard?
New York Magazine / Posted 30 days ago
girl, running home from her suburban Chicago primary school on Fridays to read Life magazine, which is where she discovered Margaret Chase Smith, the first woman elected to both houses of Congress, and was “just amazed that this woman did this.” By... Read more
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