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A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union

In graphics: Britain’s referendum on EU membership: A background guide to “Brexit” from the European Union | The Economist

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After panic Saturday, it's chaos Sunday! Christmas shoppers spend £1.5million-a-minute in last-minute dash to the stores

After panic Saturday, it's chaos Sunday! Christmas shoppers spend…

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Intelligence Quotes – Inspirational Quotes On Intelligence

Based on an old New Zealand saying: "When an EU enthusiast leaves Britain to live in Spain (as many have already done), the intelligence level of both countries increases! jp.

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BREXIT – Escaping Fortress Europe - Veterans Today - http://www.therussophile.org/brexit-escaping-fortress-europe-veterans-today.html/

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Petition: Provide Fair Financial Support for Fostering and Adoption Families

Kinship and Foster Carers go through the same checks, training and have the same role as a non-related carer. Yet, there is a clear disparity in the financial support offered by local authorities. This support then ceases, in part, once the carer wishes to apply for SGO or adopts the child!

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Brexit keeps looking better and better for the UK as an EU court just provided veto power on any trade deal for up to 48 bodies Secrets of the Fed via No Political Correctness http://ift.tt/eA8V8J secretsofthefed.com - One of the primary reasons why Britain voted to leave the European Union earlier this year was the fact that the European Commission (EC) was usurping mor http://ift.tt/28TVwob nopoliticalcorrectness.com

Britain in 'front seat' for U.S. trade deal, top Republican says Barack Obama said before the brexit vote that the UK would take a back seat in US trade negotiations if they vote to leave the EU but that is about to change with the new administration. Read more here http://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-eu-usa-idUSKBN14U0MQ #Trump #Obama #Brexit #Trade #forexnews

Before and after Brexit: Photo highlights of British politics in 2016: Brexit: Nuns leave after casting their votes at a polling station in London, as Britain holds a referendum on whether to stay or leave the European Union (EU) on 23 June 2016. Justin Tallis/AFP

In Pro-Brexit English City, A Jobs Crisis Is Averted — But For How Long?

The town of Sunderland, where jobs depend on a foreign employer, Nissan, voted resoundingly for Britain to leave the EU even though that could work against its economic interests.

British Wildlife at Risk After Brexit, Warn MPs

A group of British MPs have issued a warning to the government that Britain's wildlife and farming industry could face "significant risks" when the UK leaves the EU.

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