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Re:'Brexit' ou o Reino Unido separado da União Européia
« Resposta #350 Online: 10 de Novembro de 2017, 07:38:57 »
http://www.jornaleconomico.sapo.pt/noticias/reino-unido-decreta-dia-e-hora-para-concretizacao-do-brexit-231193

A partir das 23h01 de dia 29 de março de 2019, os britânicos não serão mais cidadãos da União Europeia.
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Re:'Brexit' ou o Reino Unido separado da União Européia
« Resposta #352 Online: 06 de Dezembro de 2017, 16:39:46 »
Foi pior do que isso. David Davis mentiu e até enganou Thereza May com um sumário fajuto dos estudos que não foram realizados. Diante desse fiasco o lado europeu disse que fez tais estudos e que estavam disponíveis para a Inglaterra na internet.  :hihi:

Acho que Thereza May, e o Conservative, não duram muito no poder. Está cada vez mais difícil para o povo inglês aguentar suas lambanças.
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« Resposta #354 Online: 15 de Dezembro de 2017, 09:29:14 »
http://www.jornaleconomico.sapo.pt/noticias/preparando-o-reino-unido-para-o-futuro-245093

Reino Unido prepara o futuro..., explica a embaixadora em Portugal.
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Re:'Brexit' ou o Reino Unido separado da União Européia
« Resposta #356 Online: 12 de Janeiro de 2018, 21:12:30 »
Ainda é cedo para um novo referendo. A ficha do povão ainda não caiu e será preciso sofrer um pouco para ver a besteira que fizeram. Por outro lado, até lá o Conservative já derreteu de vez e possivelmente nem será preciso referendo algum.
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« Resposta #357 Online: 13 de Janeiro de 2018, 12:08:12 »
Foi pior do que isso. David Davis mentiu e até enganou Thereza May com um sumário fajuto dos estudos que não foram realizados. Diante desse fiasco o lado europeu disse que fez tais estudos e que estavam disponíveis para a Inglaterra na internet.  :hihi:



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Re:'Brexit' ou o Reino Unido separado da União Européia
« Resposta #358 Online: 31 de Janeiro de 2018, 02:30:08 »
Enquanto isso na Catalunha...




https://www.mail.com/int/news/europe/8241470-fugitive-catalan-chief-seeks-parliament-protection.html#.1258-stage-hero1-3

Fugitive Catalan chief seeks parliament protection for vote
MADRID (AP) — Catalonia's fugitive ex-president, Carles Puigdemont, asked the region's parliament on Monday to guarantee his right to attend a session this week in which he hopes to be re-elected government leader, without being arrested.



(1 of 1) Ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont arrives to address the media after a meeting with the President of the Parliament of Catalonia Roger Torrent in Brussels on Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018.

January 29, 2018
Spain's Constitutional Court ruled Saturday that Puigdemont, who fled to Belgium following an illegal declaration of independence last October, must be present in parliament to be chosen as the region's chief in Tuesday's session. But a Spanish judge has ordered Puigdemont's arrest on possible rebellion and sedition charges if he re-enters Spain.

The Constitutional Court also said Puigdemont must get court permission to attend the session. Initially, Puigdemont was expected to seek that, but his lawyer said Monday this was unlikely. The lawyer did not rule out Puigdemont's attendance.

The Constitutional Court ruled the session would not be valid if Puigdemont attends without the permit. Should the Catalan parliament governing board approve Puigdemont's request and encourage his attendance without the permit it would set the chamber on course for further clashes with Spain's government and courts.

Puigdemont is just one of more than a dozen lawmakers and civic group leaders already under investigation for rebellion and sedition relating to an independence push that brought Spain's worst political crisis in decades to a head.

The slim majority regained by separatist lawmakers headed by Puigdemont in Dec. 21 elections has kept the crisis very much alive. In Tuesday's session, the parliament speaker has two choices. He can ignore the court and allow a vote with Puigdemont present in person, if he turns up, or by video conference, which has been banned by the tribunal.

Alternatively, he can seek another candidate but that would likely outrage the thousands of pro-independence supporters promising to rally outside the chamber. Polls regularly show most Catalans want the right to decide the region's future, but are evenly divided over splitting from Spain.





https://www.mail.com/int/news/europe/8243510-latest-ex-leader-catalonia-urges-unity-backers.html

The Latest: Ex-leader of Catalonia urges unity among backers
MADRID (AP) — The Latest on the political crisis in Catalonia (all times local): 9:15 p.m. The former president of Spain's Catalonia region is calling on supporters of Catalan independence to remain united in re-electing him even though he is in Belgium as a fugitive.




(1 of 3) Catalan police officers inspect a car at a check point outside the Catalonian Parliament, in Barcelona, Spain, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. Lawmakers in the Catalan parliament are to hold the first investiture debate to elect a new government for the troubled Spanish region.

January 30, 2018
Carles Puigdemont produced an online video reacting to decision by the Catalan parliament's speaker to postpone indefinitely the assembly's vote on choosing a new regional leader. Puigdemont said his intentions for Catalonia are the same now as they were when Spain removed him from office in October for promoting the region's independence.

The suspension of the parliamentary vote leaves the region's next government in limbo and has exposed divisions among secession supporters. Puigdemont is the only candidate for the top position, but faces jail if he returns to Spain.

Despite the chaotic situation, the 54 year-old politician said "there is no other possible candidate or other possible arithmetic combination" in the regional parliament.

12:00 p.m.

Central authorities in Spain are welcoming the decision to postpone a Catalan parliamentary session intended to re-elect the Spanish region's fugitive former president.

A spokeswoman said pressure applied by the government and the country's top court "have prevented a mockery of our democracy."

The spokeswoman, who declined to be named in news reports citing internal government rules, said "the separatists know that they are obliged to comply with the law like other citizens."

Spain's Constitutional Court ruled ex-president Carles Puigdemont would have to return from Belgium, where he fled to dodge a Spanish court probe over an illegal independence declaration, in order to be re-elected as leader. Puigdemont would also need permission from a judge to attend an investiture session, the top court said.

10:30 a.m.

The speaker of Catalonia's parliament has postponed a session intended to re-elect the Spanish region's fugitive ex-president.

Roger Torrent announced the decision Tuesday, hours before the session he had called to hold a vote authorizing separatist leader Carles Puigdemont to form a government.

The decision comes after Spain's top court had ruled Puigdemont, who faces arrest in Spain, would have to return from Belgium and ask a judge permission to attend the session.

Torrent says he will reconvene the session once Spanish authorities guarantee they "won't interfere" in the election of Puigdemont.

Puigdemont is the focus of an investigation into October's illegal— and unsuccessful— declaration of independence.

10:15 a.m.

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is urging the Catalan parliament not to press ahead with the candidacy of fugitive leader Carles Puigdemont for regional president and instead to opt for a lawmaker free of legal proceedings.

Speaking Tuesday on Spanish National Television hours before the parliament is scheduled to hold an investiture vote for Puigdemont, Rajoy said the parliament speaker will face legal consequences if he disobeys a Constitutional Court order saying Puigdemont can only be voted on if he is physically present and has previously obtained court permission.

Puigdemont faces arrest if he returns to Spain.

Rajoy said the "most sensible" thing for the parliament speaker would be to propose a "clean candidate" who is willing to obey the law and work for the return of normality in Catalonia.

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Re:'Brexit' ou o Reino Unido separado da União Européia
« Resposta #359 Online: 12 de Fevereiro de 2018, 16:28:02 »
<a href="https://youtube.com/v/zZyN1d4fy5Y?start=606&amp;end=806" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://youtube.com/v/zZyN1d4fy5Y?start=606&amp;end=806</a>

Em meio a um monte de resmungos e caçoadas aleatórias do Pétrovão, ele comenta sobre o estado atual do Brexit.

"I think we understand that the terms on offer are it will be basically a continuation of the status quo although of course the UK
would have left the EU and therefore won't have a vote or seat at the table in future decisions" - Phillip Hammond, ministro das finanças

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Re:'Brexit' ou o Reino Unido separado da União Européia
« Resposta #360 Online: 14 de Junho de 2018, 00:51:47 »


Will of the people... :histeria:

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Theresa May has just faced yet another torrid period of Tory revolts over her Brexit strategy. David Davis was on the verge of resignation. Government MPs were publicly rejecting her customs backstop fudge. And Boris Johnson became so exasperated that he was telling his supporters that he wanted Donald Trump to take over the negotiations.

It is now clearer than ever that May will fail to deliver the Brexit deal that Britain needs. She cannot command the confidence of her cabinet, of her party, or of the country. Instead of negotiating for Britain, the prime minister is lurching from crisis to crisis, increasing the risk that the talks break down, and we crash out without an agreement. We cannot go on like this.

There are just four months left before the UK needs to strike a deal on our future relationship with the EU. It will be the most important agreement this country has struck in a generation. People’s jobs, their mortgages and their children’s futures are all at stake. So, with the government in such turmoil, parliament must be prepared to step in and take a more central role.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jun/11/brexit-theresa-may-no-deal-amendments-eu-withdrawal-bill
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« Resposta #361 Online: 09 de Julho de 2018, 13:14:30 »
David Davis e Boris Johnson pedem demissão e deixam Teresa May em situação ainda mais difícil. Deve se mudar logo de Downing Street e o seu partido vai rachar de vez. Corby vem aí...
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Re:'Brexit' ou o Reino Unido separado da União Européia
« Resposta #362 Online: 09 de Julho de 2018, 21:35:55 »
David Davis e Boris Johnson pedem demissão e deixam Teresa May em situação ainda mais difícil. Deve se mudar logo de Downing Street e o seu partido vai rachar de vez. Corby vem aí...
Esse Corbyn não é o Lula britãnico, que comemorou o 11 de setembro e lamentou a morte do Bin Laden? Aliado do Hamas e Hezbollah? Lamento pelos britânicos.
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« Resposta #363 Online: 09 de Julho de 2018, 21:46:19 »
“A matemática é a rainha das ciências.”
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Re:'Brexit' ou o Reino Unido separado da União Européia
« Resposta #364 Online: 10 de Julho de 2018, 00:44:01 »


Will of the people... :histeria:

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Theresa May has just faced yet another torrid period of Tory revolts over her Brexit strategy. David Davis was on the verge of resignation. Government MPs were publicly rejecting her customs backstop fudge. And Boris Johnson became so exasperated that he was telling his supporters that he wanted Donald Trump to take over the negotiations.

It is now clearer than ever that May will fail to deliver the Brexit deal that Britain needs. She cannot command the confidence of her cabinet, of her party, or of the country. Instead of negotiating for Britain, the prime minister is lurching from crisis to crisis, increasing the risk that the talks break down, and we crash out without an agreement. We cannot go on like this.

There are just four months left before the UK needs to strike a deal on our future relationship with the EU. It will be the most important agreement this country has struck in a generation. People’s jobs, their mortgages and their children’s futures are all at stake. So, with the government in such turmoil, parliament must be prepared to step in and take a more central role.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jun/11/brexit-theresa-may-no-deal-amendments-eu-withdrawal-bill

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Talvez eu esteja por fora de algo, mas o povo lá não votou pela saída, pelo brexit? :umm:
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« Resposta #365 Online: 27 de Julho de 2018, 02:01:19 »






Britain's Labour Party anti-Semitism dispute surfaces again

LONDON (AP) — The long-running dispute in Britain's opposition Labour Party over racism in its ranks is bubbling over again amid complaints that the party's new anti-Semitism code does not go far enough.



(1 of 1) Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks at the Tolpuddle Martyrs Festival in Tolpuddle, England, Sunday July 22, 2018. The Tolpuddle Martyrs were a group of agricultural labourers who clashed with authorities in 19th-century England. (Ben Birchall/PA via AP)

July 23, 2018
A parliamentary Labour Party meeting is set for Monday with some legislators challenging the code backed by party leader Jeremy Corbyn and the party's executive committee. There is also a dispute over whether leading Jewish lawmaker Margaret Hodge should face a disciplinary review for calling Corbyn an anti-Semite.

Hodge, who has long roots in the Labour Party, lost family members in the Holocaust. She has challenged Corbyn in recent days and told the BBC on Monday she would not leave the party despite a spate of abuse.

"I am going to fight within the Labour Party and it is terrible that in 2018 I have to do that," she said. She said she had been slow to conclude that Corbyn was an anti-Semite but would not back down.

"I have always in the past disagreed with the people who have called him an anti-Semite but, at the end of the day, people have to be judged on what they do and not what they say. They have to be judged on their actions and not their words," she said.

The current crisis in Labour's ranks was spurred after the party's executive committee proposed a new definition of anti-Semitism that in large part embraces the position taken by the widely recognized International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance but excludes several examples that the alliance cites as anti-Semitic.

The alliance, for example, says it is anti-Semitic to accuse Jewish people of being more loyal to Israel than to their home country, an example not picked up by Labour. The alliance also says it is anti-Semitic to compare contemporary Israeli policies to the policies of the Nazis, a view Labour did not endorse.

Corbyn, who says the proposed code shows Labour will not tolerate anti-Semitism, has called for Monday's meeting of Labour lawmakers to be delayed until the autumn.



 

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