Map. History of UK conflict

25 June 2018
2 month ago
Russia warns Britain at U.N. nerve agent attack meeting over accusations that Moscow is to blame for poisoning former Russian spy
Juncker to meet MEPs before PM May as Brexit deal takes shape
@johnmcdonnellMP: Brexit is dominating the govt agenda. I wonder whether the Budget was the last straw
6 month ago
Coveney: We aren't looking for full detail of the border in phase one of the negotiations our preference has always been to see a solution that solves the border issue that involves all of the UK acting as one
6 month ago
Coveney: I have been careful to try and avoid a green and orange debate on the border. We want to protect the status quo
6 month ago
Coveney: We're not at risk of a general election right now. We did have a difficult political weak there is no Sinn Fein influence on the govt
6 month ago
Coveney: Instead of the border dividing people like it has in the past, it brings people together now
6 month ago
Coveney: As an island, Ireland is potentially exposed to a bad outcome from Brexit
6 month ago
Coveney: There is no desire in Ireland to delay this process but we have a responsibilty as a govt to represent the interests of the island of Ireland
6 month ago
Rees-Mogg: Inevitably politicians meet other politicians and that does not mean that endorse or agree with everything they say
6 month ago
Rees-Mogg: You have to say to the Irish govt will you take that political choice to have a border when the UK will not
6 month ago
Rees-Mogg: NI is as much a part of the UK as Somerset is I support the DUP thoroughly in any attempts to take NI out of the UK
6 month ago
Rees-Mogg: The poorest areas of the country voted to leave. We need to give the benefits of leaving to these areas
6 month ago
Rees-Mogg: If we remain under the ECJ and we are making large payments to the EU budget, there's no difference between 29th March and 30th March
6 month ago
Rees-Mogg: It's very important we don't hand over a great deal of money unless we have an agreement
6 month ago
Milburn: The issue is not about the words, it's easy to talk the words of social justice and healing social division we'll have 20 years of real earnings being frozen
6 month ago
Milburn: This govt is focused on Brexit and lacks the bandwith to heal social mobility
6 month ago
Farage: I believe I've done more than anyone in this country for dealing with the rise of the far right. I've taken those people from voting BN
6 month ago
Hazarika: As Jo Cox lay there dying, the scumbag who executed her shouted out the words "Britain First"
6 month ago
Farage: He wouldn't have an earthly clue who Britain First is of course he's clever he's POTUS
6 month ago
Farage: There's a feeli ng that we're probably under Theresa May, in March 2019, we're leaving the EU in name but not in practice
6 month ago
Farage: The govt was elected as a pro Brexit govt but they find themselves moving away from mainstream eurosceptic opinion in this country
6 month ago
Hazarika: Sure start was a very important measure and it's been cut by this govt
6 month ago
Farage: Every govt talks about social mobility, none of them have achieved anything for decades and decades. May was one of the few people in govt who truly believed grammar schools would close the gaps what i'm surprised is that she's given up on that
British YPG volunteer Oliver Hall, known as Canser Zargros killed clearing mine in Raqqa
Tusk: The key to the UK's future lies - in some ways - in Dublin, at least as long as Brexit negotiations continue
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says "good progress" has been made in Brexit talks on the issues related to Ireland but the UK must offer "credible" solutions
Tusk announces in Dublin that Irish Government gets formal veto over Brexit sufficient progress - he will consult with Varadkar to sign off any move to next phase
President of the European Council Donald Tusk says the EU will refuse the UK's demand for talks on a post-Brexit transition and future trade pact if Ireland is not satisfied with its offer on border arrangements with Northern Ireland
6 month ago
UK govt to stay in EU air safety body in blurring of Brexit red line
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