With both parties collectively holding 88% of the 650 seats in British parliament, failure for May and Corbyn to reach a compromise is sure to weigh heavily on the UK’s progress in leaving the EU.
After the crushing defeat of the Brexit deal to leave the EU, the UK may turn their backs on the democratic referendum that saw the majority wanting to leave the EU. Now, we could see another referendum take place.
UK Prime Minster Theresa May’s divorce deal suffered a crushing blow yesterday when it was voted down in parliament. With a 432–202 loss, Brexit is looking more and more unlikely.
With just over two months until the 29 March due date for the UK to leave the EU — which they’ve been a part of since 1973 — this loss is looking to shape one of the deepest political crises in the past 50 years, according to RAW.
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson is sounding a warning that the embedded forces working to negate the people’s vote to leave the EU are dangerously close to destabilising the country.
US President Donald Trump has, more than once, labelled the FBI’s probe into possible collusion between himself and the Russians as a total ‘witch hunt’.
You’re likely familiar with the doomsday scenarios globalists have been painting for a no-deal Brexit. The imagined consequences are often based on loosely-defined circumstances. And they forecast calamities like grounded airlines and businesses all but shut down by the ensuing bureaucratic chaos.
While investors fear that if the deal is lost then the world’s fifth-largest economy might turn to chaos and that would brutally disrupt supply chains, therefore Abe has welcomed the deal.
After almost three years of delaying tactics and fear mongering, the globalists believe a second referendum will see voters choose to stay within the EU.
The proposed delay, driven by vested globalist interests, is highly predictable. It’s the first step in fully derailing Brexit — ignoring the will of the people and possibly launching a second referendum.
And a no-deal Brexit — one which would see the UK leave the EU without a formal withdrawal deal in place — tops the list of what Johnson mockingly calls the establishment’s ‘apocalyptic’ forecasts.
Globalist forces on both sides of the Channel remain determined to derail Brexit at any cost. Brussels has done everything in its power to make the UK’s departure from the EU as difficult, unpalatable and lengthy as possible. And globalists within the UK have been only too happy to pitch in.
Let’s give embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May the benefit of the doubt by believing she really is trying her best to secure a decent exit from the EU. But that doesn’t mean we should believe Brexit will ever transpire.
China continues to send positive signs it is willing to make concessions in its trade dispute with the US. But the major sticking point remains China’s controversial rules forcing foreign companies to give up sensitive technology to do business in the country.
As yet, there has been no consensus as to how much the annual migrant intake should be reduced. Though concerns about the crushing congestion in the capital cities and a lack of policies to allow for better integration of new migrants are mounting.
Almost two and a half years later, their decision has not been honoured. And as our publisher Kris Sayce has said since July 2016, it almost certainly never will be.
Theresa May has pushed back the Brexit showdown until after the new year, following a bruising no-confidence vote from her party’s MPs on Wednesday.
On Friday, we speculated that this week could well be May’s last as prime minister. By then it was clear that her opponents were manoeuvring for a no-confidence vote. And indeed, with frustrations over Brexit boiling over, they tried to oust May yesterday.
The globalist efforts to ignore the will of the British voters and deny the UK the separation it seeks from the European Union have continued apace ever since. And those efforts look like they’re close to paying off.
Trump hit the nail on the On Saturday, anti-government protesters once again faced off with riot police in Paris and other French cities. This marks the fourth weekend of unrest that has shaken Macron’s authority.with his assessment of the ongoing riots in Paris.
Brexit is in emergency mode, on Wednesday our time, Theresa May’s government was found in contempt of parliament for not releasing the full Brexit divorce deal. And this has laid perfectly into the hand of the Deep State.
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s tenure in office could come crashing to an end next week. And she has Brexit to thank for it.
The latest news is all in line with why Brexit was never going to be allowed to happen. On Tuesday, a top official at the European Union’s highest court said the UK could change its decision and stay in the European Union. Fuelling Pro-EU campaigners’ hope in the UK that Brexit can be stopped.
The Australian government has taken a lot of flak from the EU for not doing ever more to cut back on carbon emissions. Much of that noise has come from France.
There are good reasons why many European nations are on track to meet their Paris Climate Agreement carbon reductions. First, most of these nations are small and highly urbanised. Perhaps more importantly, many EU nations derive much of their energy from nuclear power.
May’s hopes of getting her Brexit deal through the Commons have been dealt another major blow after Trump expressed concern that it could harm trade with the US.
In a sign that maybe, just maybe, the deal will go ahead, EU leaders formally agreed to a Brexit deal at a summit in Brussels, urging Britons to back May’s package.
In a rather funny turn of phrase, the Former Labour PM Tony Blair has said the current Brexit deal is ‘a dodo’ and somewhere between, ‘painful and pointless’.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is remaining firm on her Brexit plan. Very few are matching her confidence, with a number of members of her party opposed to the deal she has drafted.
As if Brexit wasn’t facing enough opposition from globalist forces in the UK and EU, a new threat to the deal is looming. The latest hurdle comes from Spain.