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A Dark Day for Internet Freedom – Article 13 and the EU Digital Single Market

The European Parliament has today approved the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive including the controversial Article 11 and Article 13 (which has...

I’m Labour’s NEC youth rep – and I won’t be at the People’s Vote march tomorrow

A few weeks ago, the Evening Standard carried four full-page advertisements for a People’s Vote march, claiming to represent the views of young people – a...

What’s in Theresa May’s Brexit deal and why is it so unpopular?

Twice this year the UK parliament has voted down the Brexit deal  Parliamentary approval is one of the conditions necessary for its terms to take...

EU Court defends the ECB’s right to cover up its illegal closure of Greece’s banks

The EU no democracy, no transparency its all reflected in a Greek tragedy The European Union Court delivered its verdict: European citizens cannot be allowed...

The EU believes delaying Brexit until June 30 would entail “serious legal and political risks”

Theresa May requests Brexit extension to June 30th May has asked the European Union for a short extension of the Brexit deadline. But it's unclear...

Why Leave supporters celebrate Bercow’s ruling

Leave voters rejoiced at the ruling knowing full well that withdrawal agreement was a bad deal. It should also kill any second referendum. The Speaker’s...

Gilets Jaunes seek new momentum “Acte 18”

Gilets jaunes protesters across France plan to present an “ultimatum” to President Emmanuel Macron for “Acte 18”, as the Grand Débat ends, and more protests begin. The Acte...

A manifesto of hate. How European ideas motivated Christchurch killer

Europe can’t turn a blind eye to the Christchurch killings. The self-described ‘fascist’ may have picked up ideas during a trip to France in 2017. By...

EU hands Erdogan’s regime £1.2bn as part of its ‘shameful’ refugee deal

EU to give Turkey 1.5 billion euros in aid for Syrian refugees in 2019. Ask whether Turkey itself is a safe country for refugees. European...

Parliament votes to reject no-deal Brexit. But it’s not legally binding

MPs have voted to reject leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement. Theresa May said there was a "clear majority" against a no-deal Brexit but...

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Global press freedom under threat, says Reporters Without Borders

Across Europe and much of the world, journalists are facing increased hostility, but progress in Africa is a sign for hope. That's according to...

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The Brexit culture war in numbers Brexit’s impact on the UK electorate is bad news for the two main parties. The Brexit culture war is gathering...

EU-US trade talks move forward: Trump brings a basket of tasty chicken

Brussels cleared the hurdle Thursday for launching trade talks with the United States No waiting for Brexit for your CHLORINE CHICKEN It's been two years...

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