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  • Campaigning underway for Dutch election

    Campaigning underway for Dutch election

     
    Campaigning for the Dutch election began on Wednesday. The Netherlands, a country of 17 million people that relies heavily on foreign trade, rejected the European Constitution in 2005. Last ye

    By: Euronews | Comments: 28 | Views: 605 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: 3 days ago in Other News

  • Nigel Farage: You're in for a bigger shock in 2017

    Nigel Farage: You're in for a bigger shock in 2017

     
    • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 14 February 2017 • Nigel Farage MEP, UK Independence Party (UKIP), President of the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group (EFDD) in the European Parlia

    By: gemini | Comments: 24 | Views: 1577 | Votes: 10 | Shared: 5
    Location: Strasbourg, Grand Est, France | Leaked: 5 days ago in Other News, Politics

  • Brexit bill backed by parliament

    Brexit bill backed by parliament

     
    After three days of debate and the scrutiny of over 140 pages of amendments Westminster has passed The European Union Notification of Withdrawal Bill. The Commons voted 494 in favour and 122 again

    By: Euronews | Comments: 22 | Views: 547 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 3
    Leaked: Feb-8-2017 in Other News

  • Brexit bill backed by British parliament.

    Brexit bill backed by British parliament.

     
    After three days of debate and the scrutiny of over 140 pages of amendments the British Parliament has passed The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill. Ayes: 494 Noes: 122 Majority: 3

    By: Euronews | Comments: 32 | Views: 557 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-8-2017 in Other News

  • Parliament gets Brexit vote, but Britain gets Brexit

    Parliament gets Brexit vote, but Britain gets Brexit

     
    Britain will not engage in further talks with the EU if parliament rejects the Brexit deal. The House of Commons debated a law that gives Prime Minister Theresa May the power to begin Brexit nego

    By: Euronews | Comments: 31 | Views: 740 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-7-2017 in Other News

  • Speaker blocks Trump from addressing UK parliament

    Speaker blocks Trump from addressing UK parliament

     
    The speaker of the UK’s lower house of parliament says he will not support any plans for Donald Trump to address both chambers during a state visit planned for later this year. John Bercow cited

    By: Euronews | Comments: 271 | Views: 1221 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-6-2017 in Other News

  • Parliament Overwhelmingly Approves Brexit Bill

    Parliament Overwhelmingly Approves Brexit Bill

     
    I wouldn't like to think what would have happened had the vote gone the other way, We do seem to have lost some of our chutzpah in recent years, But I think there would have been riots similar to the

    By: pozi | Comments: 50 | Views: 555 | Votes: 2 | Shared: 0
    Location: United Kingdom (UK/GB) | Leaked: Feb-1-2017 in Other News

  • Debating Brexit

    Debating Brexit

     
    MPs in the UK have begun debating the bill to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. This would give Theresa May the go-ahead to launch formal negotiations for Britain to leave the EU. T

    By: Euronews | Comments: 23 | Views: 493 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Jan-31-2017 in Other News

  • Turkish parliament approves controversial constitutional reforms

    Turkish parliament approves controversial constitutional reforms

     
    Controversial constitutional reforms have been approved in Turkey. The deputy speaker of parliament announces that 339 MPs voted in favour of giving more executive power to the country’s preside

    By: Euronews | Comments: 20 | Views: 1272 | Votes: 2 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Jan-21-2017 in Other News

  • UK: More than a million sign petition for Trump state visit to be cancelled

    UK: More than a million sign petition for Trump state visit to be cancelled

     
    A royal invitation for Donald Trump to pay a state visit to Britain must be withdrawn says a petition on parliament’s website that has gathered well over a million signatures. The grassroots bac

    By: Euronews | Comments: 171 | Views: 984 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 1
    Leaked: Jan-30-2017 in Other News

  • Romanian justice minister quits over corruption decree

    Romanian justice minister quits over corruption decree

     
    Romanian Justice Minister Florin Iordache has resigned over the decree to reduce penalties for corruption and the subsequent mass protest and international condemnation. Mr Iordache drafted the bi

    By: Euronews | Comments: 1 | Views: 240 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: 9 days ago in Other News

  • May reiterates no veto for Scots on Brexit

    May reiterates no veto for Scots on Brexit

     
    “An independent Scotland would not be part of the European Union.” British Prime Minister Theresa May has responded to the Scottish Parliament vote not to trigger Article 50 and start the Brexit p

    By: Euronews | Comments: 52 | Views: 518 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-8-2017 in Other News