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European Parliamentary Elections: Green Party Gains Voters’ Support

European Parliamentary Elections

EU election results bring significant rise in Parliamentary seats for the Green Party Having dominated the European Parliamentary Elections for nearly four decades, Centrist political parties struggle to sustain power in the UK as voters back the Green Party The 2019 European Parliamentary Elections, scheduled for the month of May, witnessed a substantial shift in power on Monday. In

Massive Fire Engulfs Paris’ Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Paris’ medieval cathedral, Notre Dame was overpowered by gigantic flames that led to the collapse of its roof and spire on Monday evening Notre Dame de Paris, an 850-year-old part of French history, witnessed a massive fire on Monday evening. Subsequently, the treasured structure lost its spire and roof as people gathered around the building in tears and sheer disbelief. The fire

Slovakia Elects its First Female President

Zuzana Caputova

On Saturday, Slovakia elected its first female President, Zuzana Caputova. She is a liberal environmental lawyer and anti-corruption activist This weekend witnessed a landmark win for anti-corruption activist and political newcomer, Zuzana Caputova, who has now been elected as the fifth President of Slovakia. Caputova will become the first female President of the European nation. The young environmental lawyer defeated opponent Maros

UK Prime Minister to Resign Ahead of Second Phase of Brexit Negotiations

Theresa may to resign

British Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed to resign if MPs agree to back her twice-declined Brexit deal In the midst of chaos and delay, British PM Theresa May has now vowed to step down from her premiership. The PM is willing to put in her resignation if the MPs agree to back her Brexit deal. The deal has previously been

Million-Strong March Against Brexit

Million-Strong March Against Brexit

One of the biggest demonstrations in British history has broken out against the Brexit as Parliamentarians look to oust Prime Minister Theresa May One million people joined the demonstrations on Saturday against the Brexit. The peaceful march in Central London has come amid talks of overthrowing British PM Theresa May. The demonstrations, popularly known as the Put It to the

EU Agrees to a Delayed Brexit

British Prime Minister, Theresa May addressing the media after attending the European Council Special Meeting on Brexit delay request

EU member countries give nod to a delayed Brexit provided Westminster approves the Withdrawal Agreement by the next week The European Council President, Donald Tusk, on Thursday, announced the “unanimous” decision of remaining EU countries to an extension for Brexit. Until now, the UK was scheduled to leave European Union on 29 March 2019. The decision for extension came in

French President Highlights Brexit Lesson to EU

French President, Emmanuel Macron released an open letter to the people of Europe, highlighting the Brexit lesson to the EU

Highlighting the importance of Europe and the need to remain united, French President, Emmanuel Macron released an open letter, directly addressing the people of Europe. He asserted that the Brexit has outlined a need for reform within the European Union. The letter comes weeks before Britain is expected to divorce from the EU French President, Emmanuel Macron directly addressed the citizens

We are in “emergency zone” of Brexit, Says CBI Director

Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union officially on March 29, 2019.

The business lobby group of the Confederation of British Industry says the chances of Britain leaving the European Union without a deal are increasing, as Brexit enters the “emergency zone.” The apprehensions around the ultimate fate of Brexit are at its peak and every concerned body is now voicing their trepidations. The latest to comment on the current state of

British PM Faces Defeat as MPs Reject Brexit Deal by Substantial Majority

British PM Theresa May to face confidence vote on Wednesday after MPs voted against the Brexit Deal on Tuesday

  Britain’s Prime Minister, Theresa May faced a historic parliamentary defeat as the House of Commons voted against the Brexit deal by 432 to 202, marking a majority of 230 votes. The PM will now face a confidence vote The House of Commons vote against the Brexit deal by a majority of 230 votes vanquished British Prime Minister, Theresa May. Soon after

French Government to take Strict Actions against Unannounced Protests

French Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe announced government will back law implementing restrictions on unannounced demonstrations

French Prime Minister announced that the government will now employ stricter means to restrict unannounced protests after seven weeks of unrest caused by the yellow vest protest across cities in France French Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe announced on a French TV channel that the government would support law implementing stricter measure to put an end to unannounced demonstrations during the ongoing

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