Tag: UK Politics

Why have we been so silent during the electoral campaign?

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General Election 2019: Will You Vote For Other Party Than in 2017 Because of BREXIT?

Many political leaders have changed allegiance regarding Brexit disappointing their constituencies. This evening MPs will most likely vote for Early General Election in December 2019. Labour has confirmed that NO-deal is off the table and so they are ready to support early elections. Now, General Election is about much more than Brexit but Britain is…
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Should UK hold a Second BREXIT Referendum?

Updates: Today Mr. Johnson will submit a simple motion for early elections. He will need just a simple majority but the motion can be amended. Remainer MPs¬† might consider amending the early elections motion with a People’s Vote to be called in the same day with the general elections, as suggested by Tony Blair. EU…
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Who is to blame if UK and EU will fail to reach a Brexit deal

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

Related Story: Should UK Hold a Second Referendum? Updates: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar supports a Brexit extension until January 2020 after phone call with EU President Donald Tusk, titles The Irish Sun. October 22: MPs have approved the new Brexit deal, but they have rejected the rapid timetable which would only have allowed three days of…
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Would You Trust Jeremy Corbyn as Caretaker Prime Minister?

Updates: SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon ¬†expressed support for installing the Labour leader or “someone else” stating that a vote of no confidence in Boris Johnson was the only” failsafe” option. She added that leaving the EU without a deal was a “terrible” idea. Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament has been ruled unlawful by the Supreme…
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