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This has a strong whiff of the 1930s about it – it is a right wing, nationalist government’s attempt to suppress dissent.
The MP says he has joined Jo Swinson’s party to fight No 10’s ‘scorched earth approach’ to leaving the EU.
If a united Ireland is on the horizon a decent departure from the UK must be planned.
Trump’s national security adviser wants the UK to be beholden to the US for its daily bread, making the country a timid American outpost.
New British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s big tour of the U.K. saw him booed by EU supporters in Wales and heckled by nationalists in Scotland. Northern Ireland’s fractious parties then told him that his Brexit plans were reopening old wounds.
Ex-prime minister warns of “an unprecedented economic calamity precipitated by a no-deal exit from the EU”.
Politicians from mainstream parties across Europe have called on voters to shun the far right in this week’s European elections after Austria’s vice-chancellor resigned over a video sting that showed him offering public contracts in exchange for financial and campaign backing.
We have set ourselves a single goal; uniting all Europeans who are determined to act for a fairer and more ambitious European Union in the face of nationalism.
Like Churchill in 1948, Macron is determined to posit the idea of union in Europe against what he defines as the threat of Brexit nationalism.
French president urges raft of reforms to EU including bloc-wide minimum wage, climate bank, and cyber defence agency.
The Strangford MLA, who stood down as Ulster Unionist leader in March 2017, said he knew many people who felt "diminished" by the EU referendum result, believing a movement spearheaded by "English nationalists" had "denied them their sense of being European".
The continent faces its biggest challenge since the 1930s. We urge European patriots to resist the nationalist onslaught.
As Britain prepares to leave the European Union, it has become ever clearer, not just that Brexit has profound consequences for Ireland, but that Irish issues have profound consequences for Brexit.
This week, Steve and Chris are in conversation with Alyn Smith MEP about Brexit, devolution, subsidiarity, federalism, nationalism, and sweeties.