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About 13 hours ago

Britain continues to fail Dunn family

The tragic case of Harry Dunn, who was killed by the wife of a UK-based American spy, continues to haunt British diplomacy. Dunn’s family were invited to the White House yesterday to meet US president Donald Trump. But they refused to meet Anne Sacoolas, the woman responsible for their son’s death, as she waited for them in an adjoining room in the White House. The 19-year old was killed on August 27 ...
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About 14 hours ago

Brexit talks hang in the balance

With only a couple of days to go before a Brexit deal on Britain’s scheduled date of departure (October 31) from the European Union (EU) becomes impossible, there is much confusion about the outcome. In the latest development, the Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister), Leo Varadkar, has said there are 'many issues' to resolve before an agreement can be reached. The Irish leader’s latest Brexit statement comes amid feverish activity by ...
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About 15 hours ago

Sturgeon concludes conference on high note

The leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Nicola Sturgeon, wrapped up her party’s annual conference in Aberdeen by underlining her determination to hold an independence referendum next year. Sturgeon, who is also Scotland’s First Minister, said the referendum 'must happen next year'. Addressing her party, which dominates the Scottish political landscape, Sturgeon proclaimed that London had 'no right' to block the referendum and that Westminster’s opposition to a new independence poll ...
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About 1 day ago

More evidence emerges of state collusion with Loyalists

In the latest revelation on collusion between Loyalist terror groups and the British state during the Northern Ireland troubles (1968-1998), it has been revealed that a former Loyalist terror leader collaborated with both the police and the army. According to the sixth episode of the BBC Spotlight documentary, the notorious Loyalist terrorist leader, Billy Wright, regularly received intelligence from police sources, which his group would then use to murder political and sectarian ...
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About 1 day ago

Brexit volatility strikes again

Brexit continues to be inherently unpredictable, right up to the end. In the latest development, the European Union’s (EU) chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, has said that it is becoming 'more difficult' to secure a new Brexit deal. According to Barnier, there still remains a "narrow path" to a Brexit deal, but the two sides have to agree the details by the end of Tuesday (today). Barnier’s downbeat assessment contrasts sharply with ...
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About 1 day ago

SNP sets out economic argument for independence

On the second day of the Scottish National Party’s conference in Aberdeen, the party struck an upbeat note on the economic justification for independence. Scotland’s Finance Secretary, Derek Mackay, told the conference attendees that the country can 'more than afford' to be independent. Mackay, who is a senior SNP politician and member of the Scottish Parliament for the Renfrewshire North and West constituency, told delegates that 'convincing' people they will prosper after ...
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Al Ahed News
Al Ahed News
About 1 day ago

Brexit Deal with London Still Possible This Week - EU Chief Negotiator

United Kingdom:Barnier urged London on Tuesday to decide on the Brexit agreement as soon as possible.
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Al Ahed News
About 2 days ago

Unveiling UK Gov’t Plan, Queen Elizabeth Says Priority Is to Exit EU on Oct 31

United Kingdom:Unveiling UK government plan, Queen Elizabeth says priority is to exit EU on October 31.
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Al Ahed News
Al Ahed News
About 2 days ago

Boris Johnson Says Brexit Deal Still Possible

United Kingdom:Johnson told his Cabinet Sunday that a last-minute Brexit deal was still a possibility.
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