German Chancellor Angela Merkel admitted yesterday the EU is on the brink of breaking up over migration. Her shock assessment comes as her fragile coalition government could also collapse, with critics urging her to take a much harder line with migrants.
The Italian populist coalition is in open rebellion against the EU policy of free movement, and the EU only response to demands for reform is to tighten the stranglehold on its members. Continue reading
Boris Johnson moved with lightning speed on Tuesday evening to save the Iran deal. He rushed from Parliament, made his plane with seconds to spare and met with European leaders and the Iran Foreign Minister to try to save the accord.
The Foreign Secretary said European leaders would thrash out a last-minute “package of measures” to ensure Tehran doesn’t ditch the accord. Continue reading
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Writing in the Washington Post today, Boris gives a clear explanation of why the Government is sure that the Russians are behind the attacks on Skripal and his daughter.
He stresses how important it is for the Western world to unite in such a dangerous situation and how much we need our allies. The US, Germany, and after some equivocation, France are all solidly behind the British action. Continue reading
There are many ways that the UK can respond to the attempted murder of Russian double agent Skripal, says Boris. He added that the support for Britain abroad has been extremely encouraging. The British government has a range of tools it can use to strike back at Moscow after the Kremlin was linked with the attempted murder of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal.
PM Theresa May said Monday a “weapons grade nerve agent” developed by Russia had been used in the attack on Skripal and his daughter, who were found slumped on a bench last week in Salisbury. Continue reading
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In a boost for Mrs. May, Matteo Salvini, biggest winnner in the Italian elections has blasted the EU negotiating attitude as “sheer stupidity”. Mr. Salvini, leader of the Five Star party, is known to absolutely love Brexit!
Salvini said: “You made a free choice with Brexit and I very much hope that it will be possible to maintain completely open trade with the EU without any penalties.” Continue reading
A protest group called 120db has been launched by German women in protest against the sex attacks, assaults and terror attacks that are being caused by migrants in Germany. In spite of the terrible consequences, Angela Merkel refuses to drop the EU policy of free movement.
German women say violence is so prevalent, they are living in fear. A German friend of mine said women daren’t go out jogging unless they carry pepper spray, and wear padlocks on their jogging gear. They have released a video in protest, and use the hashtag #120db. Continue reading
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