EXCLUSIVE: Turkish FM: Erdoğan Currently Has a Lot of Power but ‘No Accountability’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan currently wields significant power but “no responsibility,” adding that the upcoming April 16 referendum is designed to change that, during a sit-down interview with Breitbart News at the National Press Club in D.C. on Tuesday.

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Theresa May Rejects Second Scottish Referendum Before Brexit

LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday rejected a call for a referendum on Scottish independence before Britain leaves the European Union — a move condemned as a “democratic outrage” by Scotland’s nationalist leader.

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Italians Denied Election As Defeated Renzi’s Ally Made Prime Minister

Rome (AFP) – Paolo Gentiloni was named Sunday as Italy’s new prime minister following reformist leader Matteo Renzi’s resignation in the wake of a crushing referendum defeat. Gentiloni, who served as foreign minister under Renzi, was asked by President Sergio


Reuters: Italy Foreign Minister to Form Caretaker Government

ROME, Dec 11 (Reuters) – Italian President Sergio Mattarella summoned Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni to the presidential palace on Sunday, in a strong indication that the head of state has chosen him to try to form a new government. Caretaker

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Italy PM Renzi Makes Last-Ditch Appeal to Save Referendum

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi made a final appeal to citizens Friday, hoping to snatch victory from the hands of defeat in Sunday’s referendum, which will determine whether or not he stays in office.

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Turkey Could Call Referendum on EU Membership Bid

(AFP) – President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to call a referendum on the future of Turkey’s EU membership bid, while Brussels accuses Ankara of “backsliding” on key commitments.

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Theresa May’s new Cabinet: Brexit Is On!

My first reaction on new British Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet appointments: I’m happy, hope you’re happy too… As an ardent Brexiteer, certainly, I feel a lot more optimistic about the future than I did two days when I penned this


New Vaccine Mandate Takes Effect In California

California Parents saw the institution of a new vaccine mandate on Friday barring new students from entering or seventh graders from advancing in school unless they have a list of shots required by the state pushing some parents to move out of state.

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DELINGPOLE: Why I’m Backing Boris Johnson and Michael Gove

Last week a coalition of Brexit politicians including Boris Johnson and Michael Gove won the biggest popular mandate in British history. More people – 17,410,742 – voted Leave last Thursday than have voted for anything else in Britain, ever. No


Independence Day: David Cameron Is Ruined

“How would it be for David Cameron if he lost this Referendum?” When a BBC crew asked me this two days ago I don’t think either they or I imagined for a moment that this scenario would come to pass.


Brexit: Soros Defeated by Act of God

As Breitbart News predicted, severe flooding hammering the UK on Election Day depressed British turnout enough to assure a victory for the “Brexit” from the European Union.


British Secret Plan To Open Doors to 1.5 Million Turks Revealed

Leaked cables between British diplomats and ministers outline a proposal to grant visa-free access to the UK to up to 1.5 million Turks, the plan intended to be kept under wraps until AFTER the 23 June referendum. The Sunday Times also reported


Brexit Might Actually Win This Referendum. Here’s Why…

Do you know, I think we Brexiteers might actually win this EU referendum. I’m reluctant to talk about it because I don’t want to jinx it. As I was saying to Toby Young on our podcast the other day, it feels as deliciously

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Moves for Texas Secession Surface at State GOP Convention

The Lone Star State has taken one more step towards Texas Independence. A resolution has passed a platform committee at the Texas GOP Convention and is now expected to go to a vote before all of the delegates.

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EU Refuses To Discuss Dutch Referendum Result Until AFTER Brexit Vote

It’s almost two weeks since the rejection of the the European Union (EU)-Ukraine Association Agreement by Dutch voters, but what happens next remains unknown. Observers and interested parties are beginning to wonder when the Dutch government will finally decide how it will handle


Anti-Vaccine Referendum Falls Short on Signatures

After an initial internal signature tally, it appears the California referendum effort to repeal mandatory school vaccinations will fail to meet the number required to make the November 2016 ballot.

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Scottish Nationalists Plan New Independence Vote

London (AFP) – Scottish nationalists will propose holding a new referendum on independence from the rest of Britain, Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday. Sturgeon said her pro-independence Scottish National Party (SNP) would set out a timescale for

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Vaccine Mandate Lawmaker Faces Recall Backlash in CA

Dr. Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) faces a recall effort from Californians that opposed SB 277 after the state Senator spearheaded the bill that made California one of three states with the most severe childhood vaccine laws.

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AP: Salmond says another Scottish independence vote ‘inevitable’

LONDON (AP) — The former first minister of Scotland says a second referendum on Scottish independence is “inevitable.” Legislator Alex Salmond told BBC Sunday that the British government has not followed through on post-referendum promises to give Scotland more powers.


GREECE VOTES: Polls Open As Country Engages in Momentous Referendum

Greece voted on Sunday on whether to accept more austerity in exchange for international aid, in a high-stakes referendum likely to determine whether it leaves the euro-currency area after seven years of economic pain. Staged against a backdrop of shuttered