newsdeskinternational.wordpress.comTrump on Theresa May’s Brexit plan: ‘I don’t know if that’s what they voted for’Thursday President Trump waded into the U.K. battle over Brexit, casting doubt on Prime Minister Theresa May’s approach to leaving the European Union by suggesting it’s not what Brits voted for.…1
newsdeskinternational.wordpress.comUK reportedly tells Trump he cannot meet with Brexit architect Nigel FarageThe U.K. government has reportedly told President Trump he must not meet Brexit architect and former U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage when Trump visits the U.K. later this month.1
newsdeskinternational.wordpress.comDespite anger in London, Trump finds support in England’s pro-Brexit working-class townsPresident Trump’s three-day visit to the United Kingdom will be greeted by throngs of protesters marching through London, many carrying expletive-laden placards and with an enormous “Trump ba…1
businessinsider.comAnalysts can't agree whether Britain is heading for a 'BINO' Brexit or a 'disorderly' no dealPRIME: On one side of the City are those who believe that Prime Minister Theresa May and her government will end up steering the UK to the softest possible Brexit. Others believe the UK will end up crashing out of the EU with no deal.
newsdeskinternational.wordpress.comBoris Johnson quits as UK foreign secretary, leaving May’s government on brink over BrexitIsn’t it about time these clowns admitted they don’t know how to leave the EU? Monday U.K. Foreign Minister Boris Johnson stunningly resigned amid a growing backlash over Prime Minister…1
gmfus.orgCrisis-Ridden EU Summit Fudges Could Become a Trojan HorseBRUSSELS — “Kick the can down the road,” “muddle through,” and “fudge a deal” are among the most frequently used metaphors describing the regular EU summits of the past ten crises-ridden years. Domestic politics of one country or another take the centerpiece for a few days and sap collective European ability to overcome the major overlapping fractures which have become festering wounds.1