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Who is to blame if UK and EU will fail to reach a BREXIT DEAL?

Updates: Boris Johnson is in full campaign to sell the new Brexit deal to MPs ahead of a Commons vote on Saturday, but every opposition party and even DUP announced plans to vote against his deal. Some EU leaders, like Angela Merkel announced Thursday their support for extending Brexit beyond 31 October if the new deal is rejected by…
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Should Foreign Residents Get Full Voting Rights in UK Elections?

Labour is planning to give full voting rights to foreign residents and EU citizens living in the UK. A Motion to extend franchise to millions of immigrants was voted with large majority by Labour members. The motion was tabled by the Labour Campaign for Free Movement and was passed at the party’s conference in Brighton on…
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Should Boris Johnson Resign?

Updates: Boris Johnson is facing new allegations. Monday September 30, 2019: Boris Johnson has been forced to deny an allegation that he groped a female journalist. Sunday September 29th, 2019: PM Boris Johnson said UK can still leave with NO Deal and failed to deny asking EU nations to block extension, ramping up speculation that…
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Should the HM Government have bailed out Thomas Cook?

Updates: The repatriation is expected to incur costs of more than £100m, borne by the Department for Transport. According to The Guardian,  a source familiar with the rescue talks said Thomas Cook had reached an agreement to secure £200m, with help from the Turkish government and a group of Spanish hoteliers backed by ministers in Madrid.…
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Do You Agree with Labour’s Decision to Stay Neutral on BREXIT Before the General Election?

Members of Labour Party voted against campaigning to stay in the European Union, a boost to leader Jeremy Corbyn who wants to first secure a national election and then determine Labour’s stance. Corbyn has been under pressure to back staying in the EU, but the Labour leader has argued it is more important to unite…
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Do You Support The #ClimateStrike in UK?

Protests are going to streets across the UK in a bid to urge more government action on climate change.  It’s part of a global “climate strike” day, a movement that has been inspired by Swedish schoolgirl and climate activist Greta Thunberg. The movement has been met with enthusiasm by many activists, politicians and educators but also with skepticism by…
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Should UK Parliament be Recalled?

In respect of the decision of the Supreme Court, the Poll will be closed as the subject is null. “There is no need for Parliament to be recalled under the Meeting of Parliament Act 1797. Nor has Parliament voted to adjourn or go into recess. Unless there is some Parliamentary rule to the contrary of…
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Was Jo Johnson’s Resignation an Act of Bravery or Betrayal?

Jo Johnson quits as Tory MP and Business Minister suggesting that he had to choose between national interest and family loyalty. The LBC presenter, James O’Brien was one of the first to react after the announcement asking the cabinet members to follow Jo Johnson as his gesture makes other memebers of the Government “look like…
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NO-DEAL BREXIT Support – September 2019

The prospects of No-Deal Brexit is at the core of the political crisis and all the brexit news. Rebel Conservative MPs are set to join forces with opposition parties on Tuesday to try to stop a no-deal Brexit on October 31. The Tory leadership has told Conservative MPs that they will be kicked out of the party…
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