'19Jan
28

‘Get a grip on Brexit’, businesses tell UK’s quarrelling politicians

British businesses implored politicians on Monday (28 January) to stop quarrelling over Brexit and agree an orderly exit from the European Union, as some big firms set up emergency situations rooms to cope with the...
'19Jan
27

Brexit: No change to backstop, Ireland insists

The backstop element of the Brexit plan is "not going to change", Ireland's deputy prime minister has said. The proposal - aimed at preventing a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland - played a major...
'19Jan
25

[Agenda] Brexit votes set for This WEEK

Theresa May faces (another) crucial vote on Brexit (Photo: Council of the European Union) Brexit is set to dominate this week as the British parliament debates proposals to break the on-going negotiation...
'19Jan
25

What's Behind The Crisis In Venezuela – And What Is The UK Doing About It?

Venezuela has had more than its fair share of international headlines this week, as the country’s deepening political crisis threatens to reach boiling point. The south American country, led by president Nicolas...
'19Jan
23

Why The UK Must Not Sacrifice Free Speech In The Pursuit Of Free Trade

The United Arab Emirates may have released Matthew Hedges but there has been no such luck for other victims of human rights abuses in the Gulf State.As the United Kingdom stumbles toward an unruly and chaotic...
'19Jan
23

Why The UK Must Not Sacrifice Free Speech In The Pursuit Of Free Trade

The United Arab Emirates may have released Matthew Hedges but there has been no such luck for other victims of human rights abuses in the Gulf State.As the United Kingdom stumbles toward an unruly and chaotic...
'19Jan
14

Prof on UK Drone Law: Stricter Regulation Could Lead to More Illegal Drones

Sputnik: How can police prevent drones from entering airports' airspace? How can they be disabled or downed?Professor Kevin Curran: Aside from geo-zoning of drones by manufacturers that prevent them flying into ...
'19Jan
13

Brexit: Theresa May's allies accuse MPs of 'very British coup' after eavesdropping in cloakroom

A so-called 'very British coup' to seize control of Brexit from Theresa May was busted after being overheard in the Commons cloakroom, a report claims today.Rebel MPs are said to be looking at changing a rule since...
'19Jan
12

[Agenda] Brexit vote at heart of EU affairs THIS WEEK

Romania's Viorica Dancila (r) to be grilled by MEPs on Tuesday (Photo: European Commission) But if MPs vote against it, they will open the door to a pandemonium of scenarios, including snap elections, a second...
'19Jan
11

Press review: MP seeks to lock in Kurils ownership and Kiev to ban Russian OSCE observers

 Member of the Russian State Duma (lower house of parliament) from the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR) Sergei Ivanov has submitted a bill prohibiting any legal acts that would make it possible to transfer...

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