We leave the EU tonight but Europe is still alive in peoples hearts | Gaby Hinsliff

As Britain reaches the point of no return, its the deeper gut feelings of being European that are bubbling up, says Guardian editor Gaby Hinsliff Long before we really disappeared there, “abroad” announced shocking. Admittedly the idea of it filtered…

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The Internet Made A List Of Potential EU Leaving Names And Its Awesome

Could these expeditions have prospered with catchier lists? Probably not, for rationales that are becoming clearer and clearer. But time in case, the internet’s punsters are parodying Brexit with suggestions for mentions that the rest of Europe can use if…

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Boris Johnson dances around Varadkar’s claim of ‘hard’ Brexit

Irish leader anxieties UK wants to weakened European antagonists in areas such as food after exit Boris Johnson appears to be circumvent accusations from European leads that he is on course to deliver a” harder Brexit “. The prime minister…

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Marxist, Joke, Disgrace: How Corbyn United Britain Against Him

LONDON–Boris Johnson–a party ruler widely viewed as elitist, disreputable, and out-of-touch–was swept to superpower by the awfully working-class parishes that have cherished and maintained the Labour party since its foundation in 1900. Former Labour leader Michael Foot’s revolutionary manifesto of…

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PM faces Brexit extension even if his deal is passed

Labour and onetime Tory MPs join in bid to magnetism through increase with revision on super Saturday Boris Johnson’s plan to push through a Brexit deal on Saturday looks likely to be exasperated after an alliance of Labour and onetime…

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Raising hopes and denying gropes: Tory conference leaves no fantasy untouched

From Mark Francois as a weekend warrior to Boris Johnson as a paragon of sexual quality and Dominic Cummings as an athleisure pinup, ascertaining was not quite believing For the Conservative party’s Manchester conference, the motto was ” Get Brexit…

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Groping Claim Tarnishes Boris Johnsons Charm Offensive

MANCHESTER, England–There’s a punishment British heritage of the charming swindler. For centuries, well-heeled gentlemen with strolling eyes ought to have castigated–but also romanticized–as bounders, philanderers and cads. With a cord of occasions to his identify and an unknown number of…

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Beach towels and Brexit: how Germans really see the Brits

Exhibition at Bonns House of History certificates unrequited love of all things British The strategy that Germany’s diplomatic corps proposed to keep Britain in the European society was unconventional and bold. In November 1974, the then German chancellor Helmut Schmidt…

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Boris Johnsons Big Gamble May Have Blown Brexit

BRIGHTON, England–a record run of overthrows in Parliament and they wrote. And yet, Johnson still reiterated his mantra that Britain would leave at the end of next month when he faced the cameras in New York a few hours after…

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SexTech, Kobalt, sales efficiency, philanthropy and ethics, Brexit, and startup growth tactics

Tech startups want to destigmatize sex Sex, despite being one of the most fundamental human experiences, is still one of those businesses that some advertisers accept, banks are hesitant to financially support and some investors don’t want to fund. That’s…

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