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DW
A post-Brexit open letter to the President of the European Commission |hidden rooms without the population's consent, was unconvincing. The contrast b
A post-Brexit open letter to the President of the European Commission |
DW / Posted a minute ago
hidden rooms without the population's consent, was unconvincing. The contrast between promises and reality was too strong. The Brits preferred to rely on their own strengths. They might be overestimating themselves. But isn't Europe overestimating... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its kneesleaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its knees
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 2 minutes ago
leaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but see the result as a done deal, and want the Brits to hurry up and officially begin the separation process. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was "sad" at the... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its kneesleaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its knees
KTVZ Bend / Posted 2 minutes ago
leaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but see the result as a done deal, and want the Brits to hurry up and officially begin the separation process. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was "sad" at the... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its kneesleaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its knees
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 2 minutes ago
leaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but see the result as a done deal, and want the Brits to hurry up and officially begin the separation process. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was "sad" at the... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its kneesleaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its knees
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 3 minutes ago
leaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but see the result as a done deal, and want the Brits to hurry up and officially begin the separation process. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was "sad" at the... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its kneesleaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its knees
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 5 minutes ago
leaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but see the result as a done deal, and want the Brits to hurry up and officially begin the separation process. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was "sad" at the... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its kneesleaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its knees
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 7 minutes ago
leaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but see the result as a done deal, and want the Brits to hurry up and officially begin the separation process. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was "sad" at the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Delays in Britain forming a government would hurt them and us - German foreign ministerthis would hurt Britain and Europe. "Further delays would not be desirable and
Delays in Britain forming a government would hurt them and us - German foreign minister
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 34 minutes ago
this would hurt Britain and Europe. "Further delays would not be desirable and would certainly be damaging, both for the Brits themselves and for us in Europe," he told the online version of Der Spiegel. "Businesses and the City (London's... Read more
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The Star
Delays in Britain forming a government would hurt them and us - German foreign ministerthis would hurt Britain and Europe. "Further delays would not be desirable and
Delays in Britain forming a government would hurt them and us - German foreign minister
The Star / Posted 41 minutes ago
this would hurt Britain and Europe. "Further delays would not be desirable and would certainly be damaging, both for the Brits themselves and for us in Europe," he told the online version of Der Spiegel. "Businesses and the City (London's... Read more
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Daily Star
Brexit: Brits who didn’t vote ‘appalled at the outcome’as the Glastonbury music festival A staggering 36% of young people aged 18-24
Brexit: Brits who didn’t vote ‘appalled at the outcome’
Daily Star / Posted an hour ago
as the Glastonbury music festival A staggering 36% of young people aged 18-24 didn’t cast their ballot on June 23. And the Brits who didn’t vote on Brexit exclusively spoke to Daily Star Online to tell us why. A young Londoner was partying at... Read more
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Quartz
One week after Brexit, here's how people feel about their financial futureof opinion among Spaniards, who will have to agree to disagree, even though all
One week after Brexit, here's how people feel about their financial future
Quartz / Posted 3 hours ago
of opinion among Spaniards, who will have to agree to disagree, even though all of them are more cheery about the future than the Brits. And in France, the youngs and the olds find themselves on completely opposite poles. C’est la vie.Read full s... Read more
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FOX Business
Brexit: The big picturefreely travel and work within the 28 nations much like US citizens can do the s
Brexit: The big picture
FOX Business / Posted 5 hours ago
freely travel and work within the 28 nations much like US citizens can do the same within the states. Rightly or wrongly, the Brits got tired of the stresses imposed by open immigration. In periods of market upheaval, it’s important to manage... Read more
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FOX Business
Brexit: The big picturefreely travel and work within the 28 nations much like US citizens can do the s
Brexit: The big picture
FOX Business / Posted 5 hours ago
freely travel and work within the 28 nations much like US citizens can do the same within the states. Rightly or wrongly, the Brits got tired of the stresses imposed by open immigration. In periods of market upheaval, it’s important to manage... Read more
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Orange County Register
Sovereign kingdom or little England?And Northern Ireland, which voted to remain in the EU, might well seek to unite
Sovereign kingdom or little England?
Orange County Register / Posted 5 hours ago
And Northern Ireland, which voted to remain in the EU, might well seek to unite with the Republic. Talk about a great idea executed badly. In seeking a newly sovereign U.K., the Brits might well find themselves having produced a little... Read more
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CNN
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its kneesleaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but
Brexit: The week that brought UK to its knees
CNN / Posted 6 hours ago
leaders of the 27 other EU countries aren't happy with Britain's decision, but see the result as a done deal, and want the Brits to hurry up and officially begin the separation process. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she was "sad" at the... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
American travelers cash in on Brexitboard. "I'm excited to be a part of history, and I'm benefiting from everythin
American travelers cash in on Brexit
KING5 Seattle / Posted 8 hours ago
board. "I'm excited to be a part of history, and I'm benefiting from everything being turmoil," she said. Brexit aside, the Brits don't seem to mind hearing Americans cashing in. "The pound will earn money when you come to the UK as well. I... Read more
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The North West Star
kicked in the codslimits – including a 1948 memorandum about an “Anglo-Norwegian Fishery Dispute”
kicked in the cods
The North West Star / Posted 11 hours ago
limits – including a 1948 memorandum about an “Anglo-Norwegian Fishery Dispute” that had to be resisted, according to the Brits, because countries including Iceland were waiting in the wings with their “exaggerated claims”. It all went... Read more
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The Border Mail
kicked in the codslimits – including a 1948 memorandum about an “Anglo-Norwegian Fishery Dispute”
kicked in the cods
The Border Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
limits – including a 1948 memorandum about an “Anglo-Norwegian Fishery Dispute” that had to be resisted, according to the Brits, because countries including Iceland were waiting in the wings with their “exaggerated claims”. It all went... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
kicked in the codslimits – including a 1948 memorandum about an “Anglo-Norwegian Fishery Dispute”
kicked in the cods
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 hours ago
limits – including a 1948 memorandum about an “Anglo-Norwegian Fishery Dispute” that had to be resisted, according to the Brits, because countries including Iceland were waiting in the wings with their “exaggerated claims”. It all went... Read more
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The Courier
kicked in the codslimits – including a 1948 memorandum about an “Anglo-Norwegian Fishery Dispute”
kicked in the cods
The Courier / Posted 11 hours ago
limits – including a 1948 memorandum about an “Anglo-Norwegian Fishery Dispute” that had to be resisted, according to the Brits, because countries including Iceland were waiting in the wings with their “exaggerated claims”. It all went... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Life After Brexitthe world coming forward wanting to do business with Britain under BrexitSo, wh
Life After Brexit
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 12 hours ago
the world coming forward wanting to do business with Britain under BrexitSo, where are the big points of disagreement for the Brits which are currently causing such division and stress across society? Of the four points above, there probably would... Read more
12h
Los Angeles Times
Bark-bark, underdogs. This seems to be your very best yearof play is more what William did to King Harold — a brisk, lethal strike leadin
Bark-bark, underdogs. This seems to be your very best year
Los Angeles Times / Posted 12 hours ago
of play is more what William did to King Harold — a brisk, lethal strike leading to historic victories. So you can’t say the Brits haven’t learned something over the years. They prefer their redemption, like their beer, served a little warm. Go... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Could Brexit affect ISIS fight?these kinds of shake-ups," said Burton. "But I don't think that the Brexit is
Could Brexit affect ISIS fight?
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 12 hours ago
these kinds of shake-ups," said Burton. "But I don't think that the Brexit is going to adversely affect how we deal with the Brits," Brennan told the CFR. "I think there's still a lot of work that needs to be done to try to put together a mission... Read more
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The Mercury News
Krauthammer: The EU is a great idea badly executedwell seek to unite with the Republic. Talk about a great idea executed badly.
Krauthammer: The EU is a great idea badly executed
The Mercury News / Posted 13 hours ago
well seek to unite with the Republic. Talk about a great idea executed badly. In seeking a newly sovereign United Kingdom, the Brits might well find themselves having produced a little England. Charles Krauthammer is a Washington Post col... Read more
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The News & Observer
Brexit: Sovereign kingdom or little England?the EU, might well seek to unite with the Republic. Talk about a great idea ex
Brexit: Sovereign kingdom or little England?
The News & Observer / Posted 13 hours ago
the EU, might well seek to unite with the Republic. Talk about a great idea executed badly. In seeking a newly sovereign United Kingdom, the Brits might well find themselves having produced a little England. Related content Editor's Choice V... Read more
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Daily Mail
Coleman is showing England how to do the 'impossible job'opportunity for English players is a hindrance for the national manager but it
Coleman is showing England how to do the 'impossible job'
Daily Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
opportunity for English players is a hindrance for the national manager but it is not the reason Wales are the last of the Brits standing at the European Championship this summer. Coleman has Roy Hodgson's headaches, squared, considering that... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Will Brexit Help the Palestinian Cause in the EU?voted to "Leave" vs. 48.1% elected to "Remain" -- the consequences of the decis
Will Brexit Help the Palestinian Cause in the EU?
Op-Ed News / Posted 13 hours ago
voted to "Leave" vs. 48.1% elected to "Remain" -- the consequences of the decision will be far-reaching. Not only will the Brits negotiate their exit from the EU (thus, the term "Brexit") within the next two years, but the decision is likely to... Read more
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Market Watch
Which markets are closed for U.S. Independence Daymarkets will be shuttered July 4 in observance of Independence Day, while the r
Which markets are closed for U.S. Independence Day
Market Watch / Posted 15 hours ago
markets will be shuttered July 4 in observance of Independence Day, while the rest of the world treats the U.S. exit from the Brits just like any other Monday. The Fourth of July is typically associated with fireworks to commemorate the break... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Dan Evans fires warning to Roger Federerof opened the eyes to people that we’re actually pretty good at tennis,” he sai
Dan Evans fires warning to Roger Federer
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 hours ago
of opened the eyes to people that we’re actually pretty good at tennis,” he said. “There’s been some good performances from the Brits. When I was a bit younger, I don’t think I was ready to play professional tennis maybe. “I would say I wasn’t... Read more
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Daily Maverick
The case for Brexit Referendum 2.0tried to score points by being rational – and ended up weaker. As Tillmans poin
The case for Brexit Referendum 2.0
Daily Maverick / Posted 16 hours ago
tried to score points by being rational – and ended up weaker. As Tillmans points out, the anti-authoritarian stance of the Brits is very strong, but sometimes they have a predilection for the irrational. Yet, nobody really believed that the... Read more
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The Atlantic
June's Best Reads: Brexit, Sushi, and Everyday Inequalitything legally binding? Will Scotland and Northern Ireland leave the UK in the d
June's Best Reads: Brexit, Sushi, and Everyday Inequality
The Atlantic / Posted 17 hours ago
thing legally binding? Will Scotland and Northern Ireland leave the UK in the dust? Can Americans finally feel superior to the Brits for the first time in decades? Christopher Payne | New York Magazine After years of layoffs, buyouts, and... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Horsey: Brexit diminishes Britain and threatens European securityEngland and shatter the international consensus that has given Europe more than
Horsey: Brexit diminishes Britain and threatens European security
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
England and shatter the international consensus that has given Europe more than three generations of peace. Last Thursday, the Brits approved a referendum to take their country out of the 28-member European Union. The day after, “European Union”... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The TARGET2 Chart Shows A Breakdown Of The Central Bank Narrativeconfirms and substantiates what we see in politics. The recent Brexit vote, wit
The TARGET2 Chart Shows A Breakdown Of The Central Bank Narrative
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 hours ago
confirms and substantiates what we see in politics. The recent Brexit vote, with all its subsequent noise about following the Brits out of the EU witnessed in continental Europe and the general Pasokification of the political center is clear... Read more
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DW
With Boris Johnson, a clown makes his exit |He entertained his audiences with wordplay, Latin quotations, flattery, and jok
With Boris Johnson, a clown makes his exit |
DW / Posted 18 hours ago
He entertained his audiences with wordplay, Latin quotations, flattery, and jokes at the expense of his opponents. And the Brits loved him for it. The man who made Brexit happen It was Boris Johnson who helped Brexit make a breakthrough in... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Author's Page for Keith Brooks29, 2016(1 comments) On the 240-Year Anniversary of the Declaration of Independ
Author's Page for Keith Brooks
Op-Ed News / Posted 20 hours ago
29, 2016(1 comments) On the 240-Year Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence: WOULD SLAVERY HAVE ENDED SOONER IF THE BRITS HAD WON? Historians have long grappled with the contradiction of a revolution under the banner of "All men are... Read more
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Zero Hedge
World Out Of Whack!a foreign and increasingly imperialistic power with attitudes such as this? No
World Out Of Whack!
Zero Hedge / Posted 20 hours ago
a foreign and increasingly imperialistic power with attitudes such as this? Now that the votes have been cast we can let the Brits go back to their tea and scones, and the Eurocrats can continue back-slapping each other, wasting millions banning... Read more
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Newsmax
Michael Lewitt: UK Voters Gave 'Big Middle Finger' to Obama, Elitesas the damage caused by central bank policies becomes increasingly clear. They
Michael Lewitt: UK Voters Gave 'Big Middle Finger' to Obama, Elites
Newsmax / Posted 20 hours ago
as the damage caused by central bank policies becomes increasingly clear. They should follow the powerful lesson set by the Brits and buy gold and save themselves.” More Posts by Rob Williams More Newsmax Blogs: © 2016 Newsmax Finance. All... Read more
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DW
Brexit survival for Brits in Europe |more solidly integrated you are in the country where you are, the better off yo
Brexit survival for Brits in Europe |
DW / Posted 21 hours ago
more solidly integrated you are in the country where you are, the better off you're going to be," Worth told DW. "Most of the Brits in Germany tend to be of working age - a lower percentage than Brits in France or Spain, for example. And they tend... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Media Monopoly Messaging: Savagely Attack Donald Trump and British Brexit Proponentsthat those Brits who voted for Brexit were old, uneducated, uninformed xenophob
Media Monopoly Messaging: Savagely Attack Donald Trump and British Brexit Proponents
Op-Ed News / Posted 21 hours ago
that those Brits who voted for Brexit were old, uneducated, uninformed xenophobes and Donald Trump's popularity is tanking. Don't buy it follow the Brits and say "we're not gonna take it anymore." http://patriciabaeten.blogspot.com/ Related Con... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Evans next British underdog to face Federer at Wimbledonbe playing in the All England Club third round for the first time when he faces
Evans next British underdog to face Federer at Wimbledon
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 22 hours ago
be playing in the All England Club third round for the first time when he faces seven-time Wimbledon champion Federer. "The Brits are normally a good draw (for Federer)," Evans joked "But it's going to be great fun. I can't wait to get out... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ten facts about the Battle of the Sommeoverall effect. The German lines were extremely deep and extremely well made, p
Ten facts about the Battle of the Somme
Daily Telegraph / Posted 23 hours ago
overall effect. The German lines were extremely deep and extremely well made, protecting them from artillery fire, which the Brits were either unaware of or ignored. Britain's shells were also not good enough and did not have enough high... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Convicted rapist ready to defend himself in another rape casethen went to Brits and committed another rape offence. The police managed to tr
Convicted rapist ready to defend himself in another rape case
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 23 hours ago
then went to Brits and committed another rape offence. The police managed to trace and eventually arrest him after he gave the Brits police station his correct residential address. He was then sent back to Delareyville where he pleaded guilty to... Read more
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Evening Standard
Merkel is Britain’s best bet for brokering a new deal with the EUminority view in dirigiste Europe. “We are obliged to like the French,” says a
Merkel is Britain’s best bet for brokering a new deal with the EU
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
minority view in dirigiste Europe. “We are obliged to like the French,” says a diplomat close to her, “but really we prefer the Brits, however annoying you are.” Crucially for her own prospects and reputation as Chancellor of Europe’s powerhouse in... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Evans sets up Federer clash at Wimbledon2 Thursday morning. Editor's Picks Will Federer be sick of having to battle h
Evans sets up Federer clash at Wimbledon
ESPN.co.uk / Posted yesterday
2 Thursday morning. Editor's Picks Will Federer be sick of having to battle home favourites in front of a raucous crowd? "The Brits are normally a good draw," Evans joked to the BBC postmatch. "It's going to be good fun. I can't wait to play him.... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
EU to UK on Brexit: "What About 'Nein' Don't You Understand?"for years for concessions and received them many times, resulting in them getti
EU to UK on Brexit: "What About 'Nein' Don't You Understand?"
Naked Capitalism / Posted yesterday
for years for concessions and received them many times, resulting in them getting a particularly favorable deal. But the Brits went too far, particularly since their demand for even more waivers comes of what the EU leaders correctly regard... Read more
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Salon.com
It was a long time coming: The Brexit vote shouldn’t have been so shocking to global elitesa backer of schemes to expand EU’s authority over the citizens of Great Britain
It was a long time coming: The Brexit vote shouldn’t have been so shocking to global elites
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
a backer of schemes to expand EU’s authority over the citizens of Great Britain and 27 other European nations, so he took the Brits’ electorial rejection personally. In a New York Times op-ed, he rather prissily blamed the Brexit vote on populist... Read more
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The Signal
James P. de Bree: Why Brexit is not surprisingEU similar to those that Canada, Norway and Switzerland enjoy. It is not incon
James P. de Bree: Why Brexit is not surprising
The Signal / Posted yesterday
EU similar to those that Canada, Norway and Switzerland enjoy. It is not inconceivable that Britain could also join NAFTA. The Brits could have their cake and eat it too! It is likely that other nations, including the Dutch, will leave the EU.... Read more
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FOX Business
Sorting through the Brexit messthe turmoil could spill over into global stock markets moving forward. It will
Sorting through the Brexit mess
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
the turmoil could spill over into global stock markets moving forward. It will take up to two years of negotiation for the Brits and Euros to decide on how to resolve their affairs. In the meantime, the other members of the European Union that... Read more
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FOX Business
Sorting through the Brexit messthe turmoil could spill over into global stock markets moving forward. It will
Sorting through the Brexit mess
FOX Business / Posted yesterday
the turmoil could spill over into global stock markets moving forward. It will take up to two years of negotiation for the Brits and Euros to decide on how to resolve their affairs. In the meantime, the other members of the European Union that... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Germany shows love for Brits after Brexit with Twitter trend #WeLoveUKBecausetanked, the German paper Zeit began an online survey asking the German public t
Germany shows love for Brits after Brexit with Twitter trend #WeLoveUKBecause
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
tanked, the German paper Zeit began an online survey asking the German public to list the things they like the most about the Brits. And they responded overwhelmingly, within hours the trend #WeLoveUKBecause hit Twitter generating dozens of... Read more
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