Category Archives: Europe

Political Betrayals Run Rampant in Britain, But Corbyn Remains For Now

In the weeks following the Brexit vote, the drama is far from over as politicians scramble to weather the storm and come out on top. The biggest faces of the Leave campaign, Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson, have both jumped … Continue reading

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Leave Campaigners Reveal They Were Lying, While Millions Act Surprised

The realization that the United Kingdom continues to slowly sink in, particularly for those who actually voted for it. Many of the warnings written off by Vote Leave as Project Fear are now coming to fruition, as the pound continues … Continue reading

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Hate Has Won as United Kingdom Votes to Leave the European Union

Following a historic vote in the United Kingdom, Britons have decided to leave the European Union in a 52-48 decision. It was expected to be a close vote in the weeks and months leading up to the referendum, and after everything … Continue reading

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If Brexit Debate Becomes a Battle Between Fear and Hate, Nobody Wins

The United Kingdom is facing a once in a generation decision on Thursday as people go to the polls to determine their country’s role in Europe, and in fact the world. The question is whether or not Britain should remain … Continue reading

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Greeks Set to Suffer for Years to Come, as the Rest of Europe Claims a Job Well Done

Banks in Greece have reopened following three weeks of closure, albeit with withdrawal limits still imposed, all while harsh austerity measures begin to take effect in the country. Sales taxes have now nearly doubled, while the products and services they’re … Continue reading

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Greeks Say No to More Austerity as Tsipras Prepares to Confront his Creditors

Greek bailout negotiations are once again underway after Alexis Tsipras reaffirmed that an overwhelming majority of his citizens support him. Greeks gave the rest of Europe a resounding “NO” on Sunday’s referendum, with 61% of people voting against the harsh austerity measures … Continue reading

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Greek Referendum: Either Submitting to Blackmail or Maintaining Humanity

Greeks head to the polls on Sunday morning to have their say in a referendum that could put the nation on course to leave the Eurozone. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced the referendum a week ago following his government’s rejection … Continue reading

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