DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar's Fine Gael party surged into an 11-point lead in a poll on Thursday, gaining credit for the government's Brexit negotiating stance and indicating its recent near-collapse had not hurt his popularity. (Reuters World News) More
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Posted on 18 July 2018 | 7:41 am | Google News
END OF EU signalled as EU's own survey shows majority of Europeans are against EU
The results point to a fresh surge in support for the anti-establishment and eurosceptic parties that have soared in popularity in recent years and will come as a massive wake-up call for Brussels bureaucrats. EU chiefs have been battered by Brexit ...
Posted on 26 May 2018 | 10:08 am | Google News
Pound climbs to second-highest level since Brexit vote – as it happened
Last week, the rouble weakened beyond 65 against the dollar for the first time since late 2016 after new US sanctions against a number of Russian oligarchs and officials. More sanctions are looming today, in retaliation for Russia's support for the ...
Posted on 16 April 2018 | 3:25 am | Google News
Royal wedding lockdown: Ring of steel plans as tourism expected to SURGE
James McClure, General Manager for Airbnb said: “The royal wedding has provided a welcome tourism boost, putting the UK in the spotlight once again. By creating an opportunity to host visitors from near and far, Airbnb is supporting economic investment ...
Posted on 10 April 2018 | 3:26 pm | Google News
South China Morning Post
How the Northern Ireland border became an unexpected hurdle for Brexit
South China Morning Post
The question of what to do about the border was dismissed this week as a non-issue by hard-line Brexiteers in May's cabinet, foremost by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who on Tuesday suggested the solution was no more complex than arranging cameras ...
Brexit pressure: EU moves to forces Britain's hand
Posted on 1 March 2018 | 2:14 am | Google News
EU trade partners demand concessions for Brexit transition rollover
U.K. Brexit Secretary David Davis asserted last week that maintaining the status quo “is also in the interests of countries who have signed those trade deals with the European Union.” But it appears some trading partners around the world demand a price ...
Posted on 3 February 2018 | 6:58 am | Google News
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