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Survey: Brexit Now More Popular Amongst Nurses

A survey of UK nurses carried out by their professional publication has found a narrow lead in support for Leave over Remain at the upcoming referendum. A poll of 500 nurses conducted for Nursing Times shows has revealed 43 per cent of respondents


Merkel Ready To Give In To ‘Blackmail’ Over Turkish Visas

According to a British diplomat, Chancellor Angela Merkel is ready to give visa-free travel in the Schengen zone to 75 million Turkish citizens despite the failure to meet key European Union conditions. In starkly undiplomatic language, British Ambassador to Germany Sir Sebastian


Police Call For Vigilance Against Ramadan Terror Attacks

In light of indications of a possible terror attack, Belgian law enforcement authorities have called on soldiers patrolling the streets of Brussels to be on high alert during Ramadan. The Belgian police service has requested extra vigilance from soldiers deployed on the streets


Bill Clinton Tells British Voters To Reject Brexit

Former U.S. President Bill Clinton seems to have overcome recent issues he had with certain European Union (EU) Member States, penning a piece for a left-of-centre news weekly which tells British voters to reject the temptation to vote for Brexit in

EU Wants €60 BILLION To ‘Solve’ Migrant Crisis

A new ‘partnership framework’ to address the ongoing migrant crisis in Europe, using visa liberalisation and trade with non-European Union (EU) countries to help lessen the flow of migrants, has been proposed by the European Commission. The Commission’s proposal hopes to address the ongoing migrant

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EU Threatens Poland With Sanctions Over Right Wing Govt

The European Commission yesterday has yet again criticised Poland for endangering the rule of law and potentially undermining democracy. Although it could result in sanctions against the country, the reaction from members of the governing Law and Justice Party (PiS) has been

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European Court: Employers CAN Ban Islamic Headscarf

An Advocate General at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has said that it is possible for companies to institute a headscarf ban if it is done under a policy ensuring “religious and ideological neutrality”. The opinion on the headscarf ban


British Generals And Admirals Back Brexit

12 former generals and admirals have come together to persuade serving and retired military personnel to support Brexit from a European Union (EU) which has become “intrusive”, “out of control” and “not fit for purpose”. Of those former senior officers who have pinned


European Parliament President: Turkey Becoming A ‘One-Man State’

The President of the European Parliament has warned that Turkey is “on the way” to becoming a “one-man state” under the leadership of  President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (pictured). European Parliament President, Martin Schulz, made the comment in a sharply-worded interview with the German daily newspaper Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger


Business Barometer Finds Companies ‘Indifferent’ To Brexit

Polling shows increasing government regulation is damaging commercial confidence more than the prospect of Brexit, which leaves businesses feeling “indifferent”. The surprise conclusion on Brexit, which contradicts the opinion of European Union (EU) cheerleaders like international bankers, big business representatives and pro-EU lobbyists at the Confederation of


Business Support For Brexit Strengthens

Official government attempts to make the economic case against Brexit risk losing traction as increasing numbers of senior British executives give their support to the Leave campaign. While the massed establishment ranks of the Prime Minister, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the