Archive for May, 2019

Britain's Hunt says pursuing no-deal Brexit would be 'political suicide'

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said it would be “political suicide” for Britain to pursue a no-deal Brexit, becoming the most …Read the Rest

Nationalists surge in EU Parliament, but pro-EU parties remain dominant

Pro-European parties kept a firm grip on the EU parliament on Monday as liberal and green parties matched a surge …Read the Rest

Despite video disgrace, Austrian far right's Strache gets EU seat: APA

Heinz-Christian Strache, who was forced to resign as Austrian vice chancellor and leader of the far-right Freedom Party (FPO) a …Read the Rest

Portugal's Socialists prepare run for majority rule after EU vote

Portugal’s ruling Socialists are prepared to ditch their far-left allies and go it alone at a general election in October, …Read the Rest

Case could prompt release of some redacted parts of report

Sought-after parts of the Mueller investigation may be made public this week, thanks to a federal judge who’s taken an …Read the Rest

Ukraine president holds contest for new 'highly moral' lawmaker candidates

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s team on Monday invited applications from members of the public to fight a snap election in …Read the Rest

EU vote points to less ambitious euro zone integration, more Italy budget clashes

The results of the European parliamentary election are likely to lead to less ambitious euro zone integration plans and set …Read the Rest

A week of extreme weather that brought tornadoes, fierce winds and rain has parts of the US on high alert

The threat of record flooding has areas of the central United States on alert after more than a week of …Read the Rest

Gender-swapped US Peep Show in works

UK comedy about two male “losers” set for female reworking on US TV. Source: BBC

Six dead after severe weather in Oklahoma

Six people are dead in Oklahoma after flooding, severe storms and tornadoes impacted the state over several days. Source: CNN