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1948: English actor, producer and director Laurence Olivier (1907-1989) playing Hamlet in his film version of Shakespeare's work. He is involved in a sword fight with Laertes, played by Terence Morgan, watched by Norman Wooland as Horatio. (Photo by Wilfrid Newton/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Twisting the Knife: Remainers Try to Kill Off Brexit Debate with Language Control

Well-worn phrases familiar to Britain’s political discourse with metaphorical allusions to combat and Medieval politics have come under sudden assault from supporters of the European Union as they seek to defend the Prime Minister, presently a strong bulwark against a true Brexit, from plotting Tory colleagues.

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Thomas Mair Guilty of Murdering MP Jo Cox

Thomas Mair has been found guilty of murdering Labour MP Jo Cox in June this year. Mair repeatedly shot and stabbed the MP in the week leading up to the EU referendum after she got out of her car in the small market town of Birstall in her Batley and Spen constituency.


Not-Guilty Pleas Entered for Man Accused of Killing MP Jo Cox

(Reuters) – The man accused of killing British Member of Parliament Jo Cox a week before the June referendum on EU membership declined to respond when asked if he was guilty at a court hearing on Tuesday and the judge


EU Prez Says Brexit Campaign to Blame for Cox Murder

Martin Schulz has blamed the murder of British MP Jo Cox on the ‘Brexit’ referendum’s “nasty” leave campaign. Attacking Britain’s referendum debate, the European Parliament president said of the campaign to leave the European Union, “Who would have anticipated precisely


Daniel Radcliffe: Brexit ‘Scary as Sh*t’

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is likely disappointed with the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union on Thursday — in an interview earlier this week, the actor called both the Brexit and the political ascendance of Donald Trump in the United States “scary as sh*t.”

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PICS: Remain Activists Descend On Jo Cox Memorial Event

LONDON, United Kingdom – Thousands filled Trafalgar Square this afternoon, for a commemoration of the life of Jo Cox MP. Many used the event, however, to calls for her memory to be employed to fight to keep Britain inside the

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Establishment Spin Doctors to Manage Jo Cox Memorial

Spin doctors at the heart of the Westminster establishment have been drafted in to stage a memorial event for Jo Cox, due to be broadcast from Trafalgar Square tomorrow on what would have been her 42nd birthday. The event is


New York Times Tries to Pin ‘Violence’ on Brexit Campaign

With characteristic subtlety, intelligence and insight, the New York Times has lumbered into the Brexit debate and dog-whistled its left-leaning readership with a piece heavy hinting that thanks to Nigel Farage Britain is the new Nazi Germany. Let’s examine its argument

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EU Referendum Campaign Resumes After MP Murder

(AFP) – Reeling from the murder of MP Jo Cox, the EU referendum campaigns resumed Sunday, with just four days to go until the critical vote that will shape Britain’s future. The Remain and Leave camps suspended campaigning for three

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Pamela Geller: Merkel, Hell-Bent on Destroying Germany

AFP reported Friday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel “urged British political parties to moderate their speech in their campaigns over the Brexit vote, after a popular pro-Europe MP was murdered at the height of the divisive debate.” Responding to the murder of Labour politician Jo Cox, Merkel said: “The exaggerations and radicalisation of part of the language do not help to foster an atmosphere of respect.”

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Obama Condemns ‘Heinous Murder’ of British MP, Calls Widower

(AFP) – President Barack Obama condemned Friday the “heinous” murder of Jo Cox, as he offered condolences to the British lawmaker’s widower and praised her “selfless service.” Obama called Brendan Cox while traveling on the Air Force One presidential plane,