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In Farewell to the European Parliament, Nigel Farage Waves the Union Jack

The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly, 621-49, to approve the exit of Great Britain from the European Union. Parliament's president David Sassoli signed the letter acknowledging the split and emailed it to the British government. The final vote bri

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Steve Kramer - Why I Love Brexit

Steve Kramer – Why I Love Brexit The European Union is a group of countries that seemingly have a collective hatred of Israel, and by extension, the Israelis – 75% of whom are Jewish. (What else do we expect from the continent that brought us

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Ringo Starr Voiced His Support On Brexit and Remainers are Viciously Turning On Him

Ringo Starr Voiced His Support On Brexit and Remainers are Viciously Turning On Him

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Peggy Grande: Brexit and Boris -- If you care about liberty you should be watching UK debate closely | Fox News

The world watched as Boris Johnson become prime minister. And the big question, of course, is will he – or won’t he – navigate a successful exit for Great Britain from the EU by Oct. 31?

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Donald Trump wades into Britain's Brexit crisis - Reuters

U.S. President Donald Trump arrives in Britain on Monday on a state visit laden with diplomatic peril, having already humiliated outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May over Brexit and challenged her to be tougher in dealing with China's Huawei.

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EU leaders offer to delay Brexit until the end of October

Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, said he was taking the offer to Prime Minister Theresa May for approval from the U.K. government.

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The U.K. Is Doing Just Fine, Thanks - WSJ

Despite dire forecasts surrounding Brexit, the U.K. has had a strikingly good year. Leaving the EU may well boil down to far less, economically, than anyone thought.

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Ten things I learned from going unexpectedly viral (number seven will take your breath away)

Ten things I learned from going unexpectedly viral (number seven will take your breath away) “Have you put the kids’ shoes on? We’re going to the playground.” “Hang on, I’m just talking to the Daily...

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Brexit, pound's plunge bring a UK shopping discount

Online shoppers can save 10 to 20 percent, and may even get free shipping

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Beware of scary 'Brexit' headlines pushing you to buy gold

If you thought the “Brexit” vote was scary, check out the full-page newspaper ad that recently appeared in the New York Times recounting all the horrors in the present tense, as if they were still unfolding: The vote “topples” the British governme

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What Brexit might mean for credit card consumers

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Sorry, Texas, but there's probably no way you can secede from the US

This debate was settled in the 1800s.

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Brexit is a bad omen for world commerce

(c) 2016, The Washington Post. The economic story of the past quarter-century was the rapid advance of globalization, the unleashing of trade and commerce among countries rich and poor - a McDonald’s...

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The U.K. has voted for Brexit. Here’s what happens next. - The Washington Post

The referendum vote will destabilize British politics, strengthen nationalists and be devastating for the European Union.

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EU referendum: BBC forecasts UK vote to leave - BBC News

The UK has voted by a narrow margin to leave the European Union after 43 years in an historic referendum, a BBC forecast suggests.