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    Mar 11, 2016   Author : admin

This week, European MPs have been talking, discussing, meeting… in an effort to resolve the migrant crisis in Europe, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel blamed European nations for closing the Balkan route for refugees.

David Cameron, meanwhile, has big plans for his future, announcing plans to run as MP in 2020 election. 

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    Mar 04, 2016   Author : admin

This week… spring happened! And that means that the U.K. approaches the EU referendum that will take place in summer. And as we approach June 23, it gets even more and more tense in the U.K. politics. 

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    Feb 26, 2016   Author : admin

This week, we’ve seen even more discussions about the Brexit: the prospects and possible dangers for the U.K. if it leaves the European Union. And that’s not surprising, as we’re slowing approaching the referendum date to stay or to leave the EU. 

Meanwhile, it was reported that annual U.K. net migration soared to 323,000 in 2015. Bad news surfaced for thousands of British workers: they face pension cuts and are at risk of losing their savings. 

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    Feb 19, 2016   Author : admin

This week has brought a EU summit in Europe, which is considered to be a crucial moment in talks between Britain and the Eurozone to adopt EU reforms and discuss the probability and dangers of #Brexit. 

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    Feb 12, 2016   Author : admin

This week, it has been all about Brexit. A private letter written by Margaret Thatcher reveals that she would have campaigned in favor of Brexit. Meanwhile, British supermarkets that offer 'special offers' that cost shoppers over £1,000 a year face bans.

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    Feb 05, 2016   Author : admin

This week, the whole Britain was discussing #Brexit and EU referendum, with many wondering what would be the benefits and drawback of Brexit. 

Meanwhile, a UN panel has ruled out Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is being “arbitrarily detained.” 

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    Jan 28, 2016   Author : admin

The last week of the first month of 2016 brought storms and blizzards around the world, including in the United States and the United Kingdom. Meanwhile, the U.K. has announced its plans to give sanctuary to unaccompanied refugee children.

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    Jan 21, 2016   Author : admin

This week, China published its weakest annual economic growth in 25 years, which in part triggered fears at the global stock markets. Global stock markets also fell amid the plunging oil prices on Wednesday. But then, the next day, on Thursday, European stock markets started making small gains. 

Meanwhile, Thursday morning brought tensions in the relations between Britain and Russia, as a British inquiry was released, accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin of giving orders to kill a former KGB spy back in 2006.

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    Jan 15, 2016   Author : admin

We’re already in the middle of January, with so many developments going on in the world. It’s unbelievable how fast the time goes by, and how close we get to summer 2016 day by day. 

But let’s not focus on summer 2016 just yet (we still have 4.5 months to wait), and review the news that rocked the world this week instead. 

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    Jan 08, 2016   Author : admin

The first week of 2016 was relatively calm in geopolitics. However, there is an growing unrest in the Middle East, which could gradually turn into a complete chaos in the region. 

It all started with Saudi Arabia executing a top Shia cleric. Iranian protestors then responded to such actions with an attack on the Saudi Arabian embassy in Tehran. 

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