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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 3 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 3 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Croydon Guardian / Posted 3 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 3 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 3 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Northern Echo
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Northern Echo / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Kingston Guardian / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Streatham Guardian / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Bury Times
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Bury Times / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Gazette
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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guardian-series
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
guardian-series / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Harrow Times
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Harrow Times / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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This is West Country
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
This is West Country / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Gazette News
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Gazette News / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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Bolton News
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament sessionby Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton,
Queen to give Holyrood speech at opening of new Scottish Parliament session
Bolton News / Posted 4 hours ago
by Agatha King, five, from Cupar, Fife, and Islelagh Shaw, 11, from Dumbarton, West Dunbartonshire, before departing the Parliament building. The official opening will be followed by the "Riding" procession, a tradition that first took place in... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
As the rest of Britain feels the effects of Brexit, Scotland prepares for a new lifewas making the rounds in Brussels, a crowd of several thousand people gathered
As the rest of Britain feels the effects of Brexit, Scotland prepares for a new life
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 hours ago
was making the rounds in Brussels, a crowd of several thousand people gathered in the rain outside Scotland’s postmodern parliament building in the heart of Edinburgh to shout their support for whatever their leader does next. “In Nicola we... Read more
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Daily Mail
British MEPs being subjected to a campaign of bullying in BrusselsEuropean Union, MailOnline can reveal. Last night, disgruntled Eurocrats were
British MEPs being subjected to a campaign of bullying in Brussels
Daily Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
European Union, MailOnline can reveal. Last night, disgruntled Eurocrats were seen approaching British MEPs outside the parliament building, one passing a sarcastic note ‘congratulating’ them on Brexit. ‘Remain on your island! No pity!’ the note... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
Website with 1MDB posting belonged to Rafizi: MCMC98 of the Audit Report on 1MDB, an offence under the Official Secrets Act 1972.
Website with 1MDB posting belonged to Rafizi: MCMC
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 19 hours ago
98 of the Audit Report on 1MDB, an offence under the Official Secrets Act 1972. The offence was allegedly committed at the Parliament Building lobby at 3pm on March 24. The charge, under Section 8(1)©(iii) of the Official Secrets Act 1972, carries... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Non-stop leaksday of student protest in front of the Education Ministry. Families of angry st
Non-stop leaks
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted yesterday
day of student protest in front of the Education Ministry. Families of angry students have also rallied in front of the parliament building expressing their refusal to have exams repeated. There were parallel protests in Alexandria, Tanta,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Nicola Sturgeon gets a VERY warm reception in Brussels from EU chiefaccused the EU of being 'a political project in denial'. As he stood up to spe
Nicola Sturgeon gets a VERY warm reception in Brussels from EU chief
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
accused the EU of being 'a political project in denial'. As he stood up to speak to a hostile reception in the European Parliament building this morning, he joked: 'Thank you for the warm welcome' before telling them they were also 'in denial'... Read more
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International Business Times
Mongolia elections: President Tsakhia Elbegdorj encourages citizens to vote amid economic slowdown prepares to catch one of his horses in the Gobi desert near LuusiinJohannes Eis
Mongolia elections: President Tsakhia Elbegdorj encourages citizens to vote amid economic slowdown
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
prepares to catch one of his horses in the Gobi desert near LuusiinJohannes Eisele/ AFPMongolian flag flies on the top of parliament building in UlaanbaatarJason Lee/ ReutersA man reads his ballot paper with a magnifier before he fills it for the... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
At least 5 killed in bombing in Kurdish-controlled Syrian townagency, affiliated to Islamic State, said militants detonated a car near a gath
At least 5 killed in bombing in Kurdish-controlled Syrian town
Bdnews24.com / Posted 2 days ago
agency, affiliated to Islamic State, said militants detonated a car near a gathering of YPG fighters near the old local parliament building in the city center. The YPG is one of the most powerful militias in Syria and seen as the backbone of... Read more
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The Star
Bombing in Kurdish-controlled Syrian town kills at least five - witnessesagency, affiliated to Islamic State, said militants detonated a car near a gath
Bombing in Kurdish-controlled Syrian town kills at least five - witnesses
The Star / Posted 2 days ago
agency, affiliated to Islamic State, said militants detonated a car near a gathering of YPG fighters near the old local parliament building in the city centre. The YPG is one of the most powerful militias in Syria and seen as the backbone of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Homeless Squatters Apprehensive Following Demolitionbut the sidewalk Demolishing the shelters of squatters, some of whom settled i
Homeless Squatters Apprehensive Following Demolition
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
but the sidewalk Demolishing the shelters of squatters, some of whom settled in Arada District, Wereda 8 in front of the parliament building for more than forty years, ended up in a police-squatter standoff on Saturday, June 17. Besides the over... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Sturgeon to visit Brussels to defend Scotland's EU placereal and material change to Scotland's circumstances". As she spoke, hundreds
Sturgeon to visit Brussels to defend Scotland's EU place
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
real and material change to Scotland's circumstances". As she spoke, hundreds of pro-EU campaigners rallied outside the parliament building. "We want to give a message to Brussels that we want to stay," said Joana Barrett, a 33-year-old... Read more
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Christian Today
Christians and Brexit: Did God command the UK to leave the EU?on the beast is the mother "of the earth's abominations" and will be destroyed
Christians and Brexit: Did God command the UK to leave the EU?
Christian Today / Posted 3 days ago
on the beast is the mother "of the earth's abominations" and will be destroyed by God. Some Christians say the European Parliament building is based on this painting of the Tower of Babel Others point to the EU's building in Strasbourg which... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Why are you here?' EU chief Juncker clashes with Nigel Farageaccused the EU of being 'a political project in denial'. As he stood up to spe
'Why are you here?' EU chief Juncker clashes with Nigel Farage
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
accused the EU of being 'a political project in denial'. As he stood up to speak to a hostile reception in the European Parliament building this morning, he joked: 'Thank you for the warm welcome' before telling them they were also 'in denial'... Read more
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New Zimbabwe
Church activists storm Dokora’s officein central Harare. The march started at Town House and the protestors had a sh
Church activists storm Dokora’s office
New Zimbabwe / Posted 3 days ago
in central Harare. The march started at Town House and the protestors had a short hustle with the armed police near the Parliament building after the former had tried to block the peaceful procession. “We are Christians and we are not even... Read more
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Daily Mail
Latest humiliation for the PM as he arrives in Brusselsaccused the EU of being 'a political project in denial'. As he stood up to spe
Latest humiliation for the PM as he arrives in Brussels
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
accused the EU of being 'a political project in denial'. As he stood up to speak to a hostile reception in the European Parliament building this morning, he joked: 'Thank you for the warm welcome' before telling them they were also 'in denial'... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
DPP Fulfilling Its Manifesto, Mutharikaprojects that have taken place countrywide with discrimination by region like t
DPP Fulfilling Its Manifesto, Mutharika
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
projects that have taken place countrywide with discrimination by region like the magnificent Bingu Stadium, the imposing Parliament building and road network all under the DPP administration. On demonstrations that took place in Lilongwe on... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Brexit shakes UK to its corevote last week.media_cameraA Scottish Saltire flies between a Union flag and a
Brexit shakes UK to its core
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
vote last week.media_cameraA Scottish Saltire flies between a Union flag and a European Union flag in front of the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh. Picture: AFPSCOTLAND Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has indicated the Brexit... Read more
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News.com.au
Brexit: British territories contemplating what to do in the wake of the EU voteafter the vote last week. A Scottish Saltire flies between a Union flag and a
Brexit: British territories contemplating what to do in the wake of the EU vote
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
after the vote last week. A Scottish Saltire flies between a Union flag and a European Union flag in front of the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh. Picture: AFPSource:AFP SCOTLAND Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has indicated... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Brexit shakes UK to its corevote last week.media_cameraA Scottish Saltire flies between a Union flag and a
Brexit shakes UK to its core
Adelaide Now / Posted 4 days ago
vote last week.media_cameraA Scottish Saltire flies between a Union flag and a European Union flag in front of the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh. Picture: AFPSCOTLAND Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has indicated the Brexit... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Brexit shakes UK to its corevote last week.media_cameraA Scottish Saltire flies between a Union flag and a
Brexit shakes UK to its core
The Courier Mail / Posted 4 days ago
vote last week.media_cameraA Scottish Saltire flies between a Union flag and a European Union flag in front of the Scottish Parliament building in Edinburgh. Picture: AFPSCOTLAND Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has indicated the Brexit... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Sino-Zim Mega Deals Still Alive and Wellpaid a reciprocal State visit last year, 12 more landmark deals were inked. Th
Sino-Zim Mega Deals Still Alive and Well
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
paid a reciprocal State visit last year, 12 more landmark deals were inked. These include the construction of the new parliament building in Mt Hampden, a pharmaceutical warehouse, expansion of a national fibre optic broadband project and many... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
EU's biggest threat is the will of its peopleI don't think this is what the people of Europe want." In Brussels, at an exhi
EU's biggest threat is the will of its people
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
I don't think this is what the people of Europe want." In Brussels, at an exhibition at the granite-and-steel European Parliament building devoted to explaining the EU's byzantine workings to the public, visitors on Sunday traced the arc of EU... Read more
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Daily News
Rising pressure of Civil Society on goals of January 8came to ridicule when the JO kept asking for Gammanpila to be allowed to come t
Rising pressure of Civil Society on goals of January 8
Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
came to ridicule when the JO kept asking for Gammanpila to be allowed to come to the House, when in fact he was within the Parliament building, though not in the Chamber at the time. It will be interesting to follow the court proceedings in this... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: Anti-Brexit protests erupt across the UK in Southwark, a district which voted to remain. Meanwhile, in Edinburgh, a lar
EU referendum: Anti-Brexit protests erupt across the UK
International Business Times / Posted 6 days ago
in Southwark, a district which voted to remain. Meanwhile, in Edinburgh, a large crowd gathered at Holyrood, the Scottish Parliament building, at a rally organised under the message: "After the Referendum, Defend all Migrants". A similar... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Hundreds in Scotland protest Brexitdecision. They say the referendum doesn't represent the Scottish choice, and ar
Hundreds in Scotland protest Brexit
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 7 days ago
decision. They say the referendum doesn't represent the Scottish choice, and are making their voices heard outside the the parliament building at Holyrood in Edinburgh Scotland voted overwhelmingly in favor to stay in the EU by 62 to 38 percent --... Read more
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Sussex Express
Weird EU referendum stories you may have missed through the nightEdinburgh, the Scots decided to put the campaign to one side as folk band Lau o
Weird EU referendum stories you may have missed through the night
Sussex Express / Posted 7 days ago
Edinburgh, the Scots decided to put the campaign to one side as folk band Lau organised a “flashmob ceilidh” outside the parliament building. Scottish politicians and their staff joined hundreds of members of the public outside Holyrood to show... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Brussels: Grim wake-up call as Brexit hits heart of Europein the referendum. But he added: “I hope we maintain good relations” with Euro
Brussels: Grim wake-up call as Brexit hits heart of Europe
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 7 days ago
in the referendum. But he added: “I hope we maintain good relations” with Europe. ‘Great day!’ At the colossal European Parliament building, the hallways early Friday remained almost empty. “Now it’s Denmark’s turn,” shouted out a smartly... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Political Perspectivedemonstration went ahead without incident, as those who were able to do so mani
Political Perspective
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
demonstration went ahead without incident, as those who were able to do so manifested their opposition to the proposed new parliament building. National Assembly Speaker Peter Katjavivi's clear disdain for his fellow Namibians at the event speaks... Read more
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Londonist
What Would An Independent London Look Like?London. However, we're going to champion Lambeth. Not only does it contain Coun
What Would An Independent London Look Like?
Londonist / Posted 7 days ago
London. However, we're going to champion Lambeth. Not only does it contain County Hall, which would make an excellent parliament building for the new nation, it also contains the geographic centre of Greater London. Plus, shifting power to the... Read more
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Pendle Today
Weird EU referendum stories you may have missed through the nightEdinburgh, the Scots decided to put the campaign to one side as folk band Lau o
Weird EU referendum stories you may have missed through the night
Pendle Today / Posted 7 days ago
Edinburgh, the Scots decided to put the campaign to one side as folk band Lau organised a “flashmob ceilidh” outside the parliament building. Scottish politicians and their staff joined hundreds of members of the public outside Holyrood to show... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Europe will fall': MEP right wingers say EU break up whatever UK voteapparent that Britain was turning against the EU establishment, Brussels Eurocr
'Europe will fall': MEP right wingers say EU break up whatever UK vote
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
apparent that Britain was turning against the EU establishment, Brussels Eurocrats gradually left the bars around the parliament building and went home to bed. Several British apparatchiks were concerned about their livelihood, with one... Read more
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The Washington Times
Why Kurdish independence matterswhy — Iraq is leaving Kurdistan, not the other way around. It’s difficult to a
Why Kurdish independence matters
The Washington Times / Posted 8 days ago
why — Iraq is leaving Kurdistan, not the other way around. It’s difficult to argue otherwise after the Iraqi Parliament building was occupied and ransacked by 70,000 Shia protesters twice in the last two months. The current month has... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Timeline: The road to the U.K.'s European Union referendumThe European flag flies in front of Germany's parliament building the Reichstag
Timeline: The road to the U.K.'s European Union referendum
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 days ago
The European flag flies in front of Germany's parliament building the Reichstag in Berlin, Thursday, June 23, 2016. Voters in Britain are deciding Thursday whether the country should remain in the European Union. less The European flag flies in... Read more
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