eu   28487

« earlier    

Brexiles: ‘It has become okay to make racial comments in UK’
My old friend Andrew Smith tells the story of how post-Brexit racism made him move to Ireland. (He is English.)
brexit  ukpolitics  eu 
1 hour ago by nwlinks
Brexit: The narrow precipice to a last-gasp deal
@TonyConnellyRTE has the latest - a better summary than you will read in most British papers.
ukpolitics  eu  ireland  brexit 
4 hours ago by nwlinks
Inside the London tech scene's frantic plan to stop Brexit | WIRED UK
Britain's techies still want to bring Brexit crashing down – and they're scrambling to build the tools to do so
4 hours ago by tonys
Brexit: Rudd, Clark and Gauke should resign, says Andrew Bridgen | Politics | The Guardian
Three cabinet ministers have signalled they could vote to delay withdrawal from EU
4 hours ago by tonys
Italy Fears Running Out of Olive Oil By April
RT : ist wirklich ein Skandal. Sie nimmt nicht wenigen Apuliern die Lebensgrundlage.
TAP  eu  puglia  from twitter
6 hours ago by bjoerngrau
The odds are against them, but these MPs could yet change our politics | Jonathan Freedland | Opinion | The Guardian
Those who say the Independent Group is bound to fail forget that the political playbook has been shredded, says Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland
eu  politics 
18 hours ago by tonys
Theresa May must go in three months, cabinet ministers say | Politics | The Guardian
Senior Conservatives to make clear PM should give way to new leader for next phase of Brexit
19 hours ago by tonys
RT : The is happy with countries investing more money and building more capabilities, but as long as t…
EU  US  military  from twitter
21 hours ago by nwhyte
Michel Barnier says there is high chance of 'accidental' no-deal Brexit | Politics | The Guardian
EU’s chief negotiator says UK needs to make faster decisions with deadline looming in five weeks
21 hours ago by tonys
Comparison of EU free zones
Comparison table of free zones in the European Union (EU). Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Poland, Cyprus. Legal and tax requirements and engagement costs.
europe  eu  trade  business  location  compare 
21 hours ago by orlin
Honda's 2018 briefing undermines claim plant closure not Brexit-related | Business | The Guardian
Fears about free movement and supply chain were discussed with locals at event in Swindon
yesterday by tonys
Labour 'moving towards People's Vote': Shadow chancellor John McDonnell tells of party shift on Brexit | London Evening Standard
John McDonnell today said Labour is “moving towards” a second referendum on Brexit that would give Britons the chance to stay in the European Union. In an exclusive interview with the Evening Standard, the shadow chancellor also called on Labour to move “quicker and fiercer” against anti-Semitism, and expressed regret for “not enough action” in the past.
yesterday by tonys

« earlier    

related tags

'fake  2019  5g  accountability  administration  aerospace  afd  agriculture  airbus  alphabet  amazon  america  analysis  announces  appeal  article13  article50  artikel13  artikel13demo  aviation  babcock  backstop  baesystems  barclaystephen  barniermichel  beef  berger  berlinwall  biology  blasts  blockchain  blockchainforeu  boeing  bolton  bombardier  borders  bore  brexit  business  cabinet  camerondavid  canzuk  citizenship  civilservice  clarkekenneth  clarkgreg  clothing  cobham  compare  compromise  cons  consent  cooperyvette  copyright  corbyn  corbynjeremy  coveneysimon  coxgeoffrey  crime  criticism  customs  customsunion  cyber  danger  datasets  datenschutz  dc:creator=gourevitchalex  dc:creator=mandelsonpeter  dc:creator=masonpaul  dc:creator=pestonrobert  dctagged  defence  delorsjacques  democracy  derspiegel  diplomacy  discussion  dup  economics  economy  editorial  efsa  eire  electromagnetic  energy  environment  erg  eureferendum  euro  europe  europeanunion  euroscepticism  exercises  explainer  exports  extension  extremism  f1  farming  farright  fashion  fattening  fend  financialisation  food  foxliam  freedomofmovement  freetradeagreement  gaukedavid  gdpr  geaviation  generalelection  germany  gibraltar  globalisation  globalization  gourevitchalex  government  gsm  hammondphilip  hardbrexit  health  history  honda  hostility  hungary  huntjeremy  illiberalism  immigration  impact  industry  integration  interview  investment  iran  ireland  italy  jacobin  japan  jens  jeremycorbyn  jobs  joint  junckerjean-claude  kiev  kylepeter  labour  labourparty  law  leadership  leave  legal  leonardo  letwinoliver  lexit  lisbontreaty  location  lockheedmartin  maastrichttreaty  malthousekit  manufacturing  marshall  massacre  mast  maytheresa  medical  medicine  meggitt  melrose  migrants  migration  military  misinformation  mobile  money  moratorium  mundelldavid  nationalism  nato  nazism  negotiations  news'  news  nhs  nissan  nodeal  nutrition  nzz  off  on  openness  parliament  payments  peace  people'svote  peoplesvote  physics  piston  polarisation  policy  politicaldeclaration  politics  politikk  pollmer_udo  pompeo  populism  predictions  prices  publicsector  puglia  qinetiq  quentinletts  radiation  referendum  relocation  remain  remainers  research  retail  rogersivan  rolls-royce  ruddamber  russia-europe  russian  russland  safran  science  secrecy  socialdemocracy  sovereignty  spain  split  starmerkeir  statistics  storage  study  sustainability  switzerland  süßstoffe  süßstoffe_lösen_teilweise_insulinausschüttung_aus  tank  tap  tariffs  tech  thales  thatchermargaret  the-future  theguardian  theleft  theobserver  think  threats  to  toryparty  totwitter  trade  transatlantizismus  transparency  transport  travel  trump-europe  uk  ukparliament  ukpolitics  ukraine  uncertainty  unelected  unesco  us  usa  vertical  via-diigo  via-ifttt  via-pocket  visas  voting  wahlen  water  who  wifi  wilsonphil  windpower  wireless  with  withdrawalagreement  work  worldwarii  wrightjeremy  xenophobia 

Copy this bookmark: