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by Denis MacShane, former Minister for Europe of the UK

“Reino Unido nunca vai deixar a Europa, garante antigo ministro britânico” – Interview on Portuguese TV with Denis MacShane

O antigo ministro britânico dos Assuntos Europeus, Denis Macshane, lançou um livro onde defende a tese de que o Reino Unido nunca irá abandonar completamente a Europa por razões económicas. À conversa com os Europeus, em Londres, compara o Brexit a um vírus que...
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City envoys heading in wrong direction

The wider UK population has little sympathy for the denizens of the City – often if unfairly portrayed as the undeserving rich with fabulous bonuses and a Maserati-Armani culture far removed from their fellow citizens. That is unfair on the 99 per cent of City workers...
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Macron Echoes De Gaulle as He Tells UK That There’s No Single Market Access Without Following its Rules

“Be my guest.”  With these chilling words President Emmanuel Macron has spelt out as brutally as General De Gaulle did in 1963 that the UK either lives under the common laws of Europe or the UK goes its own separate way with no more automatic access for the 80 per...
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Is Brexit to blame for Carillion?

Carillion is one of the worst disasters to hit British business in years. Unlike bank collapses, this involves hundreds of sub-contracting firms who have hired workers from Carillion who could now face bankruptcy and winter redundancy. It is clear that government...
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Will “Oh, Jeremy Corbyn” become “Oh dear, Jeremy Corbyn?”

Theresa May is on the ropes over Brexit. From her election disaster last June to the ridiculed reshuffle this week, the prime minister must feel as if Brexit is a curse which nothing will lift. On the old political maxim that the best time to kick an opponent is when...
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