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EUwatch 🇪🇺 56m
Theresa May is fighting against the clock to reach a withdrawal deal with the in Brussels. Once she brings that deal back to parliament it will face a crucial vote. The Guardian’s political editor Heather Stewart looks across the House of Co...
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Helene N. Knudsen Nov 9
one thing i can promise and . you'll never get nowhere near anyone like me - ever! with my gift's from nature? my experience? background? you'll never get those problems solved without me... and that, in turn, won't happen until i receive a public apology from
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 5h
British Steel to hand over its terminal to port operator ahead of its lease expiring
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thenet.sendsdata.to Nov 7
check the of your favourite website with the free service of we dedicate our service to and / seems not to be able to really protect
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Leslie Öqvist 9h
Indeed well balanced response 👍 👏 ping (s)
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 20h
There is no wriggle room left with the DUP and hard Brexiters over a potential deal Over the years, different Conservative leaders have tended to use similar tactics to deal with the rightwing anti- minority in the party. Ever since Tory lead...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 19h
SHENZHEN, China — When I arrive at the 31-story Modern Industry Service Center in the Yantian district of Shenzhen, there is hardly a soul. The building is still being finished. A policeman takes me through dark halls covered with constructi...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 Nov 7
It’s not easy working in the shadow of Commission Secretary-General Martin Selmayr, but for loyalists and hard workers the rewards can be great. That’s the case in the Commission’s Secretariat-General where, for the first time, all three deputy ...
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CORCAS 6h
Part of speech by HM Mohammed VI related to . In fact, His Majesty has been asking to tidy up & algeria ties since 1999. Is there someone in the algerian cockpit to hear&act?
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 Nov 11
Pedro Sánchez said UK ‘self-absorption’ would harm both the country and Europe Spain’s prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has become the most significant European leader to call for a second vote on Brexit and lamented the UK’s decision to give...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 Nov 7
Government spokespersons often have to choose between being liked and being respected. Bertaud, a favorite among Brussels’ thousand or so accredited journalists, achieves both. Switching smoothly between French and English, she maneuvers in ...
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euroscope magazine Nov 7
Our reporter investigates how non-transferable parental leave would be a baby step towards gender equality.
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FemaleAngler 7h
Did they try to learn swedish and pay for their own expenses - just like swedes do?
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 Nov 7
Known as “Juncker’s Brain,” Mettler is not to be messed with. If politicians are constrained by short-term thinking and bureaucrats are by disposition conservative, Mettler is a long-term, radical visionary in a town full of politicians and ...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 9h
Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg are only paper tigers. A Commons vote will expose them for the paltry force they are Has the country ever been so badly governed as by this out‑of‑control Conservative party? The moving remembrance on Sunday...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 Nov 11
Brexiters have no viable plans of their own, but that won’t stop them casting Mrs May as the villain of this wretched mess In the statement that accompanied his resignation as transport minister, Jo Johnson accused his own government of a “f...
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Pernille Weiss Nov 8
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 12h
The PM needs support of 320 MPs. How can she pull it off in a house of divided loyalties? As the endlessly delayed Brexit crunch time finally draws near, many politicians’ thoughts are turning to numbers and how they relate to the success or oth...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 8h
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 11h
Laurence Binyon | Margaret Bondfield | Neasden | Damon Albarn’s attire | Same old Brexit news Stephen Grove (Letters, 12 November) says Laurence Binyon uses the word “contemn” in For the Fallen. I have inherited a 1939 edition of the Oxford ...
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