Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, and Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish Prime Minister, meet in the summer of 2019.

United Kingdom: Boris Johnson Reaffirms his Opposition to a New Referendum for Scottish Independence

INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM: 58% of Scotland would vote for independence according to latest polls, a record British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday reaffirmed his opposition to the holding of a new referendum on the independence of Scotland, ardently desired by the head of the Scottish government, who wants Scotland, once independent, to join the European Union. “In my experience, the referendums […]

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Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon calls for a new independence referendum to join the EU.

Brexit: Scotland Hopes to ‘Join’ the EU as an Independent Nation

UNITED KINGDOM: Majority of people in Scotland support independence and rejoining EU, latest poll finds Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Saturday that she hoped Scotland would gain independence and be able to “join” the European Union, stressing that Brexit was done against the wishes of the Scots, who were mostly opposed to it during the referendum of 2016. “We […]

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Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune during his inauguration ceremony in Algiers

Algeria: The Referendum on the Revision of the Constitution will be held on November 1st

POLITICAL CRISIS: November 1st is the anniversary of the start of the Algerian War of Independence A referendum on a revision of the Algeria Constitution , promised by President Abdelmadjid Tebboune, will be organised on November 1st, the anniversary of the start of the Algerian war of independence (1954-1962). “The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, today received Mr. […]

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Emmanuel Macron, November 4, 2018 at the Elysee.

Small Pensions, Lower Taxes, Removal of the ENA … What Emmanuel Macron Planned to Announce

Emmanuel Macron was to announce yesterday, Monday 15th April 15 at 8 pm on television these announcements to close the Great debate and end the social crisis of yellow vests. A recorded speech which was postponed following the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris. This is what must be remembered measures decided by the Head of State. The […]

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A second referendum is the most likely of Brexit talks

Second Referendum is “Most Likely Outcome of Brexit Talks”

BREXIT: A second referendum is the most likely outcome if an agreement on Brexit can’t be reached … If Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn can’t reach an agreement on Brexit, a second referendum is said to be the most likely outcome. Shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald suggested that the two were unlikely to find a […]

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Second referendum on Brexit should be considered says Philip Hammond

Second Referendum on Brexit ‘Deserves to be Considered’ says Philip Hammond

BREXIT: A second Brexit referendum deserves to be considered says the Chancellor Philip Hammond Philip Hammond has said a second Brexit referendum is a ‘perfectly coherent proposition’ and that it ‘deserves to be considered’. More than a million people marched through central London on Saturday to demand a final say on Brexit with a People’s […]

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Three out of Four support a Referendum in France

Almost Three Out of Four French People Support a Referendum

73% of respondents favour a referendum in France in the coming months. Nearly three quarters of French people are in favour of holding a referendum in the coming months, but are divided on the idea that it will be held on May 26th, day of the European elections, according to an Ifop poll for the […]

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Two years after Brexit, the idea of ​​a new referendum is gaining ground in the United Kingdom.

Brexit: Towards the Organization of a Second Referendum in the United Kingdom?

Will the United Kingdom go to the polls a second time to decide on the country’s membership of the European Union? The idea is making its way to the land of Brexit. After two years of government quarrels and other parliamentary dissensions over the Brexit, the idea that only a new referendum will be able to decide […]

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Londoners are anxious and nervous of the outcome of the Brexit Referendum

Brexit: In London, Voters are “Nervous” or “Hopeful”

Approximately five million voters go to the polls on Thursday in the British capital to decide on the continuation or not of the United Kingdom in the European Union … Early morning, Londoners were calmly directed to the vote of the British capital offices , in an almost gentle drizzle after violent storms of the […]

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The vote is on Sunday for the controversial Airport project at Notre-Dame-des-Landes

Notre-Dame-des-Landes: Valls: “If the no wins, the project will be abandoned”

On a five-day consultation on whether to maintain the airport project with the transfer to Notre-Dame-des-Landes from Nantes, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said the protesters will leave the area, whatever the result. The protesters that  are “illegally” occupying land of the Nantes airport project of Notre-Dame-des-Landes (Loire-Atlantique) will leave “whatever the outcome” of the local referendum on Sunday, warned […]

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