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Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party Is Clear Winner In UK European Parliament Elections

Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party snagged 29 of the United Kingdom’s European Parliament seats in Sunday’s election just days after Brexit-bungling Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation from the UK’s top political post. The Brexit Party was the “clear winner” of the UK’s European elections according to BBC, especially when compared with May’s Tories. The Tories earned four seats. “With ...

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British PM Theresa May To Resign After Bungling Brexit

United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May said she would resign from her position Friday after nearly two years of taking Great Britain on a bungled path toward Brexit. May survived two votes of no confidence — one from her own Conservative members of Parliament (MPs) in Decemberand another from the House of Commons in January. But her time ran out ...

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UK’s Theresa May Agrees To Delay Brexit Deadline 6 Months

The United Kingdom was supposed to figure out the terms of its exit — or Brexit — from the European Union by March 29, but UK Prime Minister Theresa May agreed Thursday to delay for a second time, this time until Oct. 31. However, May says she hopes her country can figure out Brexit before the six-month deadline and leave ...

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Theresa May Is Reaching Out To The Socialists To Try To Save Her Awful Brexit Deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May is reaching across the aisle for help from the United Kingdom’s left-wing Labour Party to close out Brexit ahead of a looming deadline that has been previously delayed. May announced she was seeking yet another short-term extension on Brexit beyond an April 12 deadline Tuesday, reported Reuters. She also said she will broker the deal ...

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No Exit Brexit – Grrr Graphics – Ben Garrison Cartoon

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May claims she’s on the side of the public when it comes to Brexit, but other than her tennis match with Parliament, nothing ever seems to happen. Her unacceptable ‘deal’ to leave the EU continues to be rejected. Why can’t Britain just leave with no deal? The globalists claim it would be economically disastrous. Maybe, for ...

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Poll Finds 90% Of Brits Think Brexit Negotiations Have Been A ‘National Humiliation’

Ninety percent of British people said Brexit negotiations and how the government is handling them have been a “national humiliation” in a poll Wednesday. The Sky Data poll’s results come in the wake of news that Prime Minister Theresa May is considering forestalling a Brexit deal until June 30 to avoid the potential automatic withdrawal that was to occur March 29 ...

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Unelected EU Council President Donald Tusk Declares “There is a Special Place in Hell” For All Brexit Supporters Who He Claims Have No Plan

The unelected European Union Council President Donald Tusk declared in a Tweet that “I’ve been wondering what that special place in hell looks like, for those who promoted #Brexit, without even a sketch of a plan how to carry it out safely.”  The EU and Europhiles say that Brexit supporters don’t have any plan on what to do regarding leaving ...

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UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit Deal Murdered In House Of Commons

United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal was voted down by both pro-Brexit and anti-Brexit members of the House of Commons in a record-setting defeat Tuesday. The next step is unclear after the U.K.’s lower house of parliament voted against May’s deal for an exit from the European Union 432 to 202, reported CNBC. May also faces a a ...

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Brexit: Why Britain Left the European Union

Why Britain left the European Union

Is the European Union good for Europe? Or would Europeans be better off without it? Nigel Farage, a leader of the United Kingdom’s Brexit movement, shares his view. Transcript If one big government is bad, imagine how much worse two big governments would be. But that’s what people living in Europe have had to deal with: their own nation’s bloated ...

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Pollsters: Wrong, American Voters: Right, As Usual

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All the American public has been able to see on cable TV or on-line the last several weeks is maps of blue and red states supposedly showing us where Hillary and Trump were going to gain votes and where they had to compete for uncertain votes. One minute it’s a description of Nevada and its Hispanics, then it’s about Michigan ...

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LIVE Stream: Donald Trump Holds Rally in Jackson, MS 8/24/16 Nigel Farage and others

Donald Trump rally in Jackson, MS 8-24-16 - Live Stream

Wednesday, August 24, 2016: Live stream coverage of the Donald Trump for President rally in Jackson, MS at the Mississippi Coliseum Nigel Farage To Tell ‘Brexit Story’ At Trump Rally In Mississippi The former UKIP leader says he will be talking about how to mobilise “a people’s army” at a Mississippi rally for the Republican.

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Brexit – A Portent for the EU and Possibly for America

Bigger is rarely better. Especially when it comes to governance. The “bigger” government is, the more detached from the governed it becomes; the more onerous its regulations and taxes become, and it becomes more susceptible to the ideologically motivated cause célèbre of the ruling elite. We have seen that verity over the past several years in America, and apparently the ...

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Brexit: UK Experiences Bureaucratization Without Representation

Call it the Forty–Year Itch, there’s something about being in a larger combination of former opposites that causes husbands and nations to get restive. Forty–four years after the Constitution was ratified in the United States the nation experienced the Nullification Crisis. That’s when South Carolina declared tariffs passed by Congress in 1828 and 1832 were null and void and would ...

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Germany begs Britain not to leave the European Union

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International finance news has been singularly focused on Greece and its possible exit from the EU, but there is another EU Island nation considering a break from the European Union. The British Conservative government has found dealing with the EU to be a bureaucratic nightmare and Prime Minister David Cameron has made public comments about his dissatisfaction with it. The ...

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