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Dan Snow crowdfunds £160000 to back pro-EU political candidates
The Guardian
A campaign group led by the historian Dan Snow has crowdfunded £160,000 in two weeks to support progressive, internationalist and pro-EU parliamentary candidates. The group, More United, was launched after the referendum to support those seeking ...

The Independent

Brexit has started the disintegration of the EU, Italy's Europe minister says
The Independent
It is clear that now Europe loses a major political actor to its relaunch.” Speaking on the same programme, a spokesperson for Italy's anti-politics Five Star Movement took aim at the European single currency. “The Euro is a problem for Italy right now ...
What the defeat of Italy's Renzi means for the EUCNBC
Why the EU might not last beyond next year, DOMINIC SANDBROOK writesDaily Mail
Austria just held a vote on the EU – Italy did no such thingThe Guardian
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EU fraud case sheds light on Danish and Polish politics
It was a tough assignment - to write an article disclosing political party conventions, falsely pretending to be climate conferences, that were illegally paid for with EU money. It exposed that invoices for hundreds of thousands of euros were issued by ...


EU political trends driven by anti-immigration populist movements, experts say
Professor of European Union politics at the University of Denver, Martin Rhodes, argued that there was nothing substantively similar about the Brexit vote and the Italian referendum. What was the same, was the effective mobilization of right wing ...

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BBC News

Brexit: EU negotiator says 'time's short' for reaching deal
BBC News
Mrs May said getting the right deal for British people would benefit the EU. Speaking to the BBC's deputy political editor John Pienaar - before Mr Barnier's comments - on her two-day trip to Bahrain, Theresa May said: "People talk about the sort of ...
EU's chief divorce negotiator to make first Brexit statementThe Guardian
Brexit: Theresa May admits EU leaders will seek to punish UK in negotiationsThe Independent

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Financial Times

May accepts Labour's call to publish Brexit plan before triggering article 50 - Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
But in doing so, like every other non-EU country in the world, we would retain access to the single market under WTO rules. What part of 'leave the single market' don't the remainers understand? It is always good to be able to agree with one's ...
Labour says MPs are entitled to Brexit plan detailsBBC News
Labour and Tory MPs fear the political forces Brexit could unleashNew Statesman
MPs back government's Brexit timetableBBC News
The Independent -Digital Journal
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Corbyn stance on EU immigration 'risks helping Ukip'
The Guardian
A number of backbenchers, including Stephen Kinnock, Rachel Reeves and most recently Andy Burnham, have suggested the party must advocate controls on immigration as Britain leaves the EU. Burnham said in the House of Commons on Wednesday that ...

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State of the Union: Schulz to quit EU politics and MEPs call for Turkey talks to be frozen
This is “State of the Union,” euronews' weekly round-up of the top stories from the past seven days. In this episode: European Parliament President Martin Schulz announces that he won't be standing for re-election, heading into German politics instead ...

Luxemburger Wort - English Edition

The Brief from Brussels: Schulz to exit EU politics, Ukraine gets closer to bloc
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the top stories from Europe's de facto political capital. In this episode: European Parliament President Martin Schulz reveals he won't go for a third term in office, instead stepping into German politics ...
Thursday announcement: EU Parliament chief Schulz to enter German politicsLuxemburger Wort - English Edition
EU Parliament president Schulz to go into German politicsUSA TODAY
EU's Schulz steps down, fuelling German, EU reshufflesTimes of Malta
BBC News
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Has Ukip killed its golden EU goose?
The Guardian
For Paul Nuttall, Ukip's latest leader, the strategy is clear: Brexit needs to be clean, decisive – and rapid. What that means for Ukip itself, however, is another matter. Of all the paradoxes about the British insurgent party, the biggest is this ...

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