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New leaders, sporting triumphs, Brexit – how the world has changed while Drake has been No 1

The Guardian (blog) - ‎vor 3 Stunden‎
Austria's social democratic chancellor resigned after eight years, following a surge of support for far-right parties in the country's elections.

Hinkley Point is bad business. Theresa May should put it out of its misery

The Guardian - ‎vor 8 Stunden‎
The message of last night's Hinkley Point fiasco could not be clearer. The project cannot go ahead. ... The sole interest of the French and Chinese builders is that David Cameron, in the worst deal in the history of procurement, effectively stuffed ...

The post-Brexit economy is more open than ever - ‎28.07.2016‎
But the surveys about sentiment, which are more negative, are being seized upon as proof of the Remain side being right all along.

Anti-Brexit: Britain's New Class War

National Review Online - ‎vor 8 Stunden‎
Even if that were not so, respect for democracy would require that the path of negotiation and legislation to Brexit be substantially completed before the question is again put to the people. And that will ... If anyone has the right to complain they ...

We must bring politics back to our communities rather than leave people to rely on Westminster “elites”

LabourList - ‎vor 2 Stunden‎
All told, it's not been a good few months for the standing of our politicians. Whether you think there was a good case to have a referendum on the UK's membership of the EU or not, the reason we were all put through it was ultimately one of internal ...

Middle East Eye meets Corbyn: The full interview

Middle East Eye - ‎vor 6 Stunden‎
The parliamentary party is very, very important but it is not the entirety of the Labour Party and I have reached out in a way no other leader ever has in appointing people to my shadow cabinet last September who were very critical of me.

In defence of EU migrants: a plea to Theresa May (blog) - ‎28.07.2016‎
During the Brexit debate, there was a wide mainstream consensus that EU nationals living in Britain should not be affected. ... How strange that, of all people, it is Theresa May who has - to the disgust of many people in her Cabinet - personally ...

In the heartlands

New Statesman - ‎28.07.2016‎
In the six years since David Cameron first came to office, the homeless figure in England more than doubled from 1,768 estimated rough sleepers to more than 3,569 today.

Angus Robertson: Doing nothing about Brexit is not an option

Scotsman - ‎vor 21 Stunden‎
In the UK, during a few short weeks we have gone from the shocking murder of the much-liked Labour MP Jo Cox on the streets of Yorkshire, to a British Brexit referendum result but a Scottish “Remain” majority and of course the resignation of Prime ...

Whether You Voted Leave or Remain, Thank Goodness Nick Clegg Is Brexit Scrutineer-in-Chief

Huffington Post UK - ‎27.07.2016‎
Whether You Voted Leave or Remain, Thank Goodness Nick Clegg Is Brexit Scrutineer-in-Chief ... But one person is not waiting, and that is Nick Clegg. Remember him? The former deputy prime minister who helped prop up David Cameron as Prime Minister for ...

This Year Is Looking Freakishly Similar To 'Black Mirror' And That's Not Good

Decider - ‎28.07.2016‎
Turns out the answer to that question is less of a who and more of a what. The BBC cult phenomenon Black Mirror ... In September of 2015, a rumor started floating around that British Prime Minister David Cameron had put “a private part of his anatomy ...

The new Brexit economics

New Statesman - ‎25.07.2016‎
That Britain's macroeconomic policy was dictated by politics rather than economics was a precursor for the Brexit vote. However, austerity had already begun .... Labour's fiscal rules, like those of the coalition government, have targeted the deficit ...

What a Whitehall farce. But, after Brexit, a glimmer of hope remains

The Guardian - ‎23.07.2016‎
In an article in the Financial Times, Peter Mandelson - a supposedly heavy hitter of the Remain campaign - sounded almost incandescent about David Cameron's over-confident belief that, after a string of political successes, he could easily triumph in ...

10 times Nicola Sturgeon nailed what it's like to be a Remain voter post-Brexit

New Statesman - ‎25.07.2016‎
... change it offers is one thing. Proposing - as David Cameron did - a referendum even though he opposed the change on offer is quite another.

Labour can only win with Jeremy Corbyn

Open Democracy - ‎27.07.2016‎
Were some future Hollywood blockbuster to include a British PM, it could foreseeably be David Cameron or Teresa May.

France's de Villepin: Theresa May has no idea what to do about the Brexit

CNBC - ‎18.07.2016‎
In a wide-ranging interview, de Villepin also appeared to suggest that ramping up military activity in Iraq and Syria, as French President Francois Hollande promised to do after the attack in Nice on Friday, may not be the right response to Europe's ...

One month on: Is the Brexit honeymoon over?

CNN - ‎25.07.2016‎
The last time we caught up with them, the country was still reeling from the shock of Brexit, David Cameron had announced his resignation and there was no new prime minister in sight.

Brexit must not be used as cover to impose more austerity on our local services

LabourList - ‎22.07.2016‎
Brexit must not be used as cover to impose more austerity on our local services ... David Cameron kicked the issue firmly into the in tray of his successor, which means that there has been no clear national leadership from the Government on the issue ...

Scotland, Wales and N Ireland could demand vote on Brexit terms

The Guardian - ‎22.07.2016‎
During a “frank and robust” extraordinary summit of the British-Irish Council, leaders and ministers from the UK's celtic nations vowed they would not be “done over” by Westminster as part of Brexit. Each made it clear they ... Jones said that since ...