May: ‘Very Fair’ Offer for EU Citizens Living in Britain After Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May says the offer she has made on the rights of European Union citizens living in Britain after Britain leaves the EU is “very fair” and “very serious.” May has offered to allow an estimated 3 million EU citizens living in the United Kingdom to remain in Britain post-Brexit. Speaking Friday in… Please follow and like us:

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Britain’s Election Muddles Brexit Even More

The Great British public has spoken. But as journalist Ian Hislop quipped Friday on a television comedy show, “no one knows what they said.” Hardly had the votes been counted in Britain’s indecisive election, in which no party got an outright parliamentary majority, than politicians took to airwaves and tapped away on Twitter to spin what… Please follow and like us:

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New Raids, Detentions in London Attack Investigation

London police carried out more raids Monday in connection with their investigation into Saturday’s attack that killed seven people and wounded more than 50 others. Authorities said the Counter Terrorism Command detained “a number” of people during searches at locations in the Newham and Barking areas. The new detentions add to the 12 people police said… Please follow and like us:

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Out-of-Control Leakers Damage America’s National Security

Leaks have plagued President Donald Trump’s administration and dogged the agenda of the White House, but now, unauthorized disclosures are straining the national security relationship with America’s strongest ally. U.S. intelligence sources leaked information on the deadly Manchester Arena suicide bombing on Monday night, in England and the attacker to media outlets. “If we start to… Please follow and like us:

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No Sanctions in Hand, Tillerson Heads to Moscow

U.S. Secretary State Rex Tillerson is headed to Moscow with less ammunition than Washington and London had hoped he would have in his bid to convince Russia to abandon Syrian President Bashar al Assad. G7 ministers meeting Tuesday in the Italian city of Lucca on failed to agree on targeted sanctions against the Russian and Syrian… Please follow and like us:

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TODAY’S FOREX BUZWORD MAJOR CURRENCY PAIR 3.14.17

TODAY’S FOREX BUZWORD MAJOR CURRENCY PAIR 3.14.17 A DAILY SOCIAL TRADING EVENT Buz Investors MAJOR CURRENCY PAIR 3.14.17 This morning, the greenback is trading higher against most of the major currencies. Earlier in the session, data showed that the US NFIB small business optimism index unexpectedly declined in February. The EUR is trading lower against the… Please follow and like us:

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Unilever shares drop on Kraft withdrawal

US company Kraft Heinz’s rapid retreat from its surprise bid for Unilever sent the Anglo-Dutch group’s shares down over seven percent on Monday in London and Amsterdam. They had jumped 13 percent when the offer became public on Friday, but over the weekend the Americans said they were pulling out in the face of stiff resistance.… Please follow and like us:

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EU casts doubt on British growth prospects amid Brexit uncertainty

An official EU forecast published on Monday said that Britain’s economic growth will slow over the next two years amid uncertainty that surround the country’s future relationship with the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May is widely expected to trigger Article 50, the piece of EU law that provides for quitting the EU, at a summit of… Please follow and like us:

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Brexit bill backed by British parliament.

After three days of debate and the scrutiny of over 140 pages of amendments the British Parliament has passed The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill. Ayes: 494 Noes: 122 Majority: 372 Leave means leave!! Now onto rough seas in the House of Lords!! #BrexitBill #Brexit #democracyprevails 🇬🇧 pic.twitter.com/3QOyFX7×8S— Cllr Joe Porter 🇬🇧 (@cllrjoeporter) February 8,… Please follow and like us:

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Britain’s Parliament Votes to Trigger Brexit

Britain moved one step closer to a final separation from the European Union late Wednesday as members of parliament voted overwhelmingly to begin the process. Lawmakers voted 498-114 to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to begin Brexit negotiations. The vote represents a victory for Prime Minister Theresa May, whose government aims to begin the… Please follow and like us:

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