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#Brexit: UK plays hardball on trade negotiations, even though no one knows what's happening next

Mar 19 2019 20:37

Trade ministers of the Southern African Customs Union and Mozambique have gone back to the drawing board to determine a way forward for trade arrangements with the UK, once it leaves the EU. But matters can’t be settled until it is known if the UK is leaving the EU with a deal or not.

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WATCH: ‘Britain Come Back’: Boy band bidding to block Brexit

Mar 19 2019 07:03

The band's creator told Euronews the Breunion Boys plan to tour the UK soon to have a conversation with both Leavers and Remainers about the "special relationship the European Union provides".

World

Saudis urge OPEC+ to stick with oil cuts

Mar 18 2019 06:01

OPEC and its allies have much work ahead to balance global oil markets and are prepared to do what’s necessary in the second half, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih has said.

World

New Zealand will seek talks with Facebook over mosque shooting live stream

Mar 17 2019 08:02

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern plans to take up the issue of live-streaming of last week’s terrorist attacks in Christchurch directly with Facebook Inc. as the social media platform said it removed 1.5 million videos of the footage within 24 hours of the shootings.

World

Confused about Brexit? You're not alone. Here are 10 of the best Brexit memes

Mar 15 2019 14:04

Brexit may often leave most of the world rather confused and dumbfounded, but that hasn't stopped it from bringing out humanity's funny side. Here are some of the 10 best memes to help you get to grips with the UK dilemma.

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Parliament votes against no-deal Brexit as May suggests delay

Mar 13 2019 22:29

The House of Commons voted 321 to 278 to reject leaving the EU with no deal and is now expected to seek to delay Brexit in the hope of securing a better deal, which markets would welcome.

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