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    Feb 03, 2017   Author : admin

This week has been full of headline-making news. Apart from tragic news (the death of BAFTA-winning actor Sir John Hurt) and very disappointing news (U.S. President Donald Trump’s continued efforts to enforce his controversial immigrant order), there were also good news (both Bank of England and the U.S. Central Bank have remained positive on their economies’ outlooks for 2017).

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    Feb 02, 2017   Author : admin

The historic day has come; Donald Trump finally becomes sworn-in U.S. President and assumes office. Now the new U.S. President through his actions will have to either confirm or deny all of his reported plans for America’s future.

This week, Brexit has become a much-talked about topic following UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s highly-anticipated Brexit speech, where May talked about immigrants and EU single market.

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    Jan 20, 2017   Author : admin

This week, nothing has changed in this world: Trump is still being attacked by the American and international media, while the mention of Russia is still constantly revolving around the U.S. President-elect.

As ex-MI6 officer claims Russia has compromising material against U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, the real estate mogul himself says chief US spy called him to denounce the claims.

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    Jan 13, 2017   Author : admin

In the first week of 2017, the world is still trying to come to terms with the brutal nightclub attack in Turkey on New Year’s Eve. With security departments around the world on high alert, Turkish police detained several suspects of the attack, which was claimed by ISIS.

The Queen is reportedly feeling ‘better’ after suffering a heavy cold, while the UK appoints new ambassador to European Union, who could bring tougher negotiations between the two sides,

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    Dec 31, 2016   Author : admin

Islamist extremist once again sent shivers down Europe’s spine this week. At least 12 people were killed in an attack on the Christmas market in Berlin, Germany. While the market once again reopened, police officers across Europe remain on high alert, as the terror threat still remains very high.

As UK Prime Minister Theresa May urges Britons to not be “cowed to terrorists” this Christmas, Britons and Europeans cannot help but be worried for possible new terror attacks.

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    Dec 20, 2016   Author : admin

ImaesAs Britain’s ambassador to the European Union says the post-Brexit EU-UK trade deal could take ’10 years’, the Bank of England holds UK interest rate at 0.25%.

The news comes amid evacuation of rebel fighters from eastern Aleppo in Syria.

Twin bomb attacks in Istanbul killed at least 38 people, most of whom were police officers.

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    Jul 08, 2016   Author : admin

It’s been two weeks since the EU referendum, but supporters of the Stay campaign cannot contain their resentment over Brexit. So thousands marched through London protesting the results of the vote.

After Prime Minister announced he will step down in October, many are wondering who is the most likely candidacy to become Prime Minister after Brexit.

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    Jul 01, 2016   Author : admin

This whole week the world couldn’t stop talking about Brexit and its consequences. The EU referendum, which was held on June 23, has been making headlines ever since the results of the vote were announced.

In particular, many people are discussing possible outcomes of Brexit and what does leaving the European Union mean for the UK economy.

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    Jun 03, 2016   Author : admin

Only three weeks are left before the EU referendum is held in the U.K. And while more and more reports surface on the Internet claiming that Brexit would mean something bad for the U.K., about a half of Britons are still in favor of leaving the EU, according to recent polls. 

In particular, one report suggests that Brexit would put out environment at risk, while another one claims that British doctors will be forced to pay £131,000 if they quit the NHS.

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    May 27, 2016   Author : admin

With less than a month until the EU referendum is held in the U.K., British politicians expand their Brexit rhetoric. In particular, the main Brexit campaign – Vote Leave – is now focusing on immigration. 

Meanwhile, latest data show that net migration in the U.K. has hit its second highest on record. Bad news in the social life of the U.K.: fifth of the nation’s couples are on the verge of break up. 

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