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Britons divided over Brexit, research finds

Brexit

[ad_1] The social divide revealed by Britain’s 2016 vote to leave the European Union is not only here to stay but deepening, according to academic research published on Wednesday. Think ...

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Brexit: EU ministers agree on transition period demands

Brexit

[ad_1] EU ministers have approved a new set of guidelines for a transition period following Great Britain’s exit from the bloc. The EU is offering the UK a “status quo” ...

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Approval rating falls for Peru’s Kuczynski on Fujimori pardon – poll

Peru

[ad_1] Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s approval rating has fallen to 19 percent since he granted a pardon to authoritarian former President Alberto Fujimori, a decision that has deeply divided ...

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Venezuela highlights progress despite media attacks

Venezuelan National Constituent Assembly, ANC, President Delcy Rodriguez has highlighted political, economic and social progress in Venezuela despite non-stop attacks from establishment media. During an interview, Rodriguez pointed out that the ...

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Colombia’s FARC leader Timochenko run for presidency

Timochenko

[ad_1] A political party consisting of former members of the guerrilla group FARC will make its electoral debut in Colombia’s upcoming legislative and presidential elections, as part of a historic ...

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‘Door is open’ if Britain wants to change mind on Brexit, says EU’s Moscovici

Moscovici

[ad_1] PARIS (Reuters) – The “door is open” should Britain want to reverse its 2016 vote to leave the European Union, Pierre Moscovici, the European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary ...

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Men-only charity event for UK elite exposed for debauchery & sexual harassment

harassment

[ad_1] Rampant sexual harassment and lewd behavior has been exposed at a male-only, black-tie charity dinner at the Dorchester Hotel. 130 hostesses were told to wear matching underwear and prepare ...

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The Iron Cops in U.S

The US government is creating iron cops to suppress civil protest After suppressing the voice of social protest and freedom seekers in various states of the United States by the ...

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Labour does not support second EU referendum – Corbyn

referendum

[ad_1] Britain’s main opposition Labour Party is not supporting or calling for a second referendum on EU membership, its leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Sunday. Corbyn told ITV’s Peston on ...

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Scottish leader says will look at independence vote by end of year

independence

[ad_1] Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday she would be able to make a judgment on whether to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence by the end of ...

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