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As journalists broadcasted: this snap-election certainly backfired. Yet despite the Tories’ losses, May will not exit. She struck a deal with the controversial DUP and will form a minority government. She may even try for her harsh Brexit.
Marine Le Pen claims she will smash the EU. She is under investigation. The EU Parliament wants misspent money back. So smashing the EU – provided she is elected French President with or without Russian hackers’ help – may be … Continue reading
While the Dumb Deal is whining on twitter because one of his kids got “badly treated”, another case of “alternative facts” surfaced.
Now that the US election has been settled – unsatisfactorily – the focus shifts to another headache. The media are focussing on the Brexit problem again. This week, hardly a day goes by without a Brexit headline. In a public … Continue reading
Leave it to the Brits to disrupt your breakfast. The morning their Brexit was announced, I nearly choked on toast with marmalade. There followed a series of mornings when gulping down tea started to resemble an act of suicide. This … Continue reading
Britain is still coming to terms with its Brexit. Many of the major newspapers run and rerun articles on a possible Bremain, should a second referendum happen. Speculating on the Brexit changing into a Bremain seems a waste of paper … Continue reading
Before the actual referendum, the UK was accused by various European citizens and politicians of treating the EU like a local Walmart. One of the many accusations heard, inside and outside the EU Parliament after the Brexit is, that the … Continue reading
The fall-out which started last week, the moment it became known there was a Brexit, has not stopped. One of its first victims was of course David Cameron. He was followed by investors and gamblers who had not expected the … Continue reading
The UK got what it wanted: a majority for a Brexit. The first reactions from the EU seemed to finally point at some backbone and grit. While in Britain the viewpoint was “We dictate our exit under conditions which suit … Continue reading