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Billionaire founder of think tank that advocates leaving single market obtains right to work anywhere in Europe.
Carole Cadwalladr has been covering the biggest pro-leave donor for nearly two years. As each revelation sparks a new investigation, Arron Banks rubbishes her journalism. But those investigations are beginning to bite.
The watchful volunteers have recruited an international force of thousands to help stem disinformation, writes Kim Sengupta.
Comments made by the Sir Kim Darroch, the British Ambassador to the US, on the Trump administration have been leaked to pro-Brexit journalist Isabel Oakshott, with key Brexiteers exploiting them to attack the civil service and diplomatic corps and call for the removal of non-Brexit-supporting civil servants.
Russia is among 20 countries that are looking to squeeze a commercial advantage from Brexit after blocking an attempt by the international trade secretary, Liam Fox, to fast-track a World Trade Organization deal on the UK’s terms of trade with the world.
FORGET visas, cheap Europe trips and free trade. There is one fear that dwarfs all others for Australia, and it’s looking more likely as Brexit turns sour. / GLOBAL security, trade and the stability of the international system could take a body blow if Britain crashes out of the European Union (EU) in a bitter “no deal” scenario.
In August 2018, Spanish authorities uncovered a plot by anti-Brexit campaigners to assassinate leading Brexiteer and now favourite to be Britain’s next prime minister, Boris Johnson. Or did they?
MPs say latest revelations show Arron Banks and Andy Wigmore may have misled parliament. / A leader of the Leave.EU campaign suggested sending a “message of support” to the Russian ambassador after the then foreign secretary made a speech that was critical of Russia, documents seen by the Observer suggest.
President Putin denies that Russia welcomes Britain’s vote to leave the EU – but it offers a possibility of weakened sanctions and a shift in power relations
In the rumor mill that is modern life, news of a new Russian verb flew around the social media this week. Новый глагол появился: брекзить — я брекжу, он брекзит, они брекжут…— что означает заявить об уходе и потом не уходить (A new verb has appeared – to brexit – I brexit, he brexits, they brexit – which means to announce that you’re leaving and then not leave).
Negotiator and trade expert Dmitry Grozoubinski explains the reality of No Deal. / What’s in the WAB and has any May idea ever died quite so quickly? Final learnings from the EU Election campaign that everyone pretended never was. The pros and cons of milkshaking. Astroturfing for fun and profit.
German chancellor also shares views on Brexit and climate crisis in interview. / Europe must reposition itself to stand up to the challenges posed by its three big global rivals, China, Russia and the US, Angela Merkel has said before her final European election as German chancellor.
Georgia has made a tongue-in-cheek bid to take the United Kingdom’s place at Europe’s top table. / The country’s pro-EU president, Salome Zourabichvili, was speaking to Euronews at the European elections debate in Paris on Tuesday.
Less than two weeks before pivotal elections for the European Parliament, a constellation of websites and social media accounts linked to Russia or far-right groups is spreading disinformation, encouraging discord and amplifying distrust in the centrist parties that have governed for decades.
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From Continental Europe to the USA - Gary Gibbon and his guests discuss the international view of Brexit - and what our imminent departure from the EU could mean for how the world sees Britain for years to come.
Nowadays, Britain’s words and actions on the world stage are so at odds with its values that one must wonder what has happened to the country. Since the June 2016 Brexit referendum, British foreign policy seems to have all but collapsed — and even to have disowned its past and its governing ideas.
Tom Prides on whether the petition to revoke article 50 has really been hacked by some Russian bots and non-Brit fraudsters, as Nigel Farage and other Brexiters have repeatedly claimed.
Rising star in Democratic Party worries that any damage to the EU is a ‘gift’ to Russia.
Foreign Twitter accounts have recently tried to influence the debate around Brexit, with pro-Leave tweets receiving the most support, researchers say.
UK political system vulnerable to anti-democratic meddling via social media and ‘possibly illicit’ campaign funding, report says.
National Crime Agency investigating 'theft of data' from Institute for Statecraft.