5 terrorist plots foiled on French Riviera since Nice attack – prosecutor

5 terrorist plots foiled on French Riviera since Nice attack – prosecutor

5 terrorist plots foiled on French Riviera since Nice attack – prosecutor Published time: 28 Sep, 2016 14:33 Edited time: 28 Sep, 2016 14:51 © Remy Gabalda / Reuters   A number of planned terrorist attacks on sporting events, schools and religious sites on the French Riviera have been foiled since the deadly truck incident in Nice that killed 86 people in July, a French prosecutor has said. Authorities in France thwarted as many as five…

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Theresa May urged to trigger Article 50 ASAP amid fears it can be REVERSED

Theresa May urged to trigger Article 50 ASAP amid fears it can be REVERSED

THERESA MAY has been urged to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty as soon as possible amid fears it could be REVERSED at a later date by pro-EU MPs. By Greg Heffer, Political Reporter PUBLISHED: 04:04, Fri, Aug 12, 2016 | UPDATED: 08:31, Fri, Aug 12, 2016 Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has told Theresa May to trigger Article 50 early next year The Prime Minister, who has vowed not to invoke the legal mechanism…

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Brexit negotiators should be prepared for united Ireland referendum, says Irish prime minister

Brexit negotiators should be prepared for united Ireland referendum, says Irish prime minister

Enda Kenny says a clause in Good Friday Agreement could be triggered to allow for future vote Enda Kenny says the prospect of a referendum on Irish unity should be raised by Brexit negotiators  Brexit negotiators should be prepared for the prospect of a referendum on uniting Ireland, the Irish prime minister has said. The Taoiseach Enda Kenny said a vote may take place if there is clear evidence a majority of Northern Irish citizens…

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October court date for Brexit challenge

October court date for Brexit challenge

A legal challenge over the UK leaving the EU will be heard by the High Court in October, two judges have decided. A number of actions have been launched attempting to prevent the government from formally triggering Brexit without Parliament’s authorisation. During the opening hearing, government lawyers told the High Court Prime Minister Theresa May did not intend to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty before the end of 2016. Article 50 begins the…

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Theresa May will stop migrant crisis: New PM vows she will end free movement from EU

Theresa May will stop migrant crisis: New PM vows she will end free movement from EU

THERESA May will make a strict new limit on immigration her top demand in her push for an EU exit deal, the Daily Express has learned. Source: Theresa May will stop migrant crisis: New PM vows she will end free movement from EU

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Wetherspoon’s boss decries Brexit ‘doom-mongering’

Wetherspoon’s boss decries Brexit ‘doom-mongering’

Article Image Image copyright PA Image captionTim Martin toured his pubs and appeared on TV debates in support of leaving the EU Wetherspoon’s boss decries Brexit ‘doom-mongering’ 13 July 2016 From the section BBC Business JD Wetherspoon’s chairman has said pre-Brexit “doom-mongering” by George Osborne, the Bank of England and other economic institutions could cause a future economic slowdown. Tim Martin, who was a vocal supporter of Brexit, called into question their “honesty” and economic judgement. His comments…

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