Europeans ‘extremely concerned’ after nuclear watchdog confirms Iranian breach

By |november 12th, 2019|#jcpoa, Britain, Federica Mogherini, France, Germany, International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran, Iran nuclear deal, News|

France, Germany, Britain and the EU urged Iran to stand by its 2015 nuclear deal commitments on Monday (11 November), after the United Nations' nuclear watchdog had declared in a new report that it detected uranium particles at an undeclared site in Ir...

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US, France, Britain may be complicit in Yemen war crimes, UN report says

By |september 3rd, 2019|Britain, France, Houthis, Michelle Bachelet, News, Saudi Arabia, United Nations, United States, war crimes, Yemen Civil War|

The United States, Britain and France may be complicit in war crimes in Yemen by arming and providing intelligence and logistics support to a Saudi-led coalition that starves civilians as a war tactic, the United Nations said on Tuesday (3 September).

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Gibraltar decides to free seized Iranian tanker, US threatens sanctions on crew

By |avgust 16th, 2019|Britain, Donald Trump, Grace 1, Iran, News, Strait of Hormuz, tanker, United States|

Britain's Mediterranean territory Gibraltar decided on Thursday (15 August) to free a seized Iranian oil tanker, but did not immediately indicate when or if the ship would set sail after the United States launched a new, last-minute legal bid to hold it.

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British PM Johnson to meet Ireland’s Varadkar over Brexit

By |avgust 12th, 2019|Boris Johnson, Brexit, Britain, Leo Varadkar, News|

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accepted an offer to meet Irish leader Leo Varadkar to discuss Brexit and the Northern Irish backstop, the Sunday Telegraph said citing UK government sources.

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EU’s Juncker tells Britain: no-deal Brexit will hurt you the most

By |avgust 12th, 2019|Article 50, Brexit, Britain, Jean-Claude Juncker, News|

A no-deal Brexit would hurt Britain more than the rest of Europe no matter how much Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government pretends otherwise, outgoing European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said in remarks published on Saturday (10 August).

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Iran says ready for worst in battle to save nuclear deal amid standoff with US

By |avgust 2nd, 2019|Britain, Federica Mogherini, France, Germany, Hassan Rouhani, Iran nuclear deal, Mohammed Javad Zarif, News, Strait of Hormuz|

President Hassan Rouhani said on Thursday (1 August) that Iran was ready for the worst in an uphill struggle to salvage its nuclear deal with world powers abandoned by the United States, but that he was sure Tehran would eventually prevail.

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Come back, Mother Britannia! 

By |november 8th, 2018|2019 European elections, Brexit, Brexit negotiations, Britain, Emmanuel Macron, News|

Seeing Brexit crumble towards a single market fudge with no UK say, daughter Europa pleads to re-unite her mother - with her father Franz-Emmanuel, not the ideal home-maker.

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UK guilty of human rights abuse, ECHR finds in groundbreaking surveillance case

By |september 14th, 2018|Britain, data protection, ECHR, England, European Court of Human Rights, GCHQ, News, Spying, surveillance, UK, United Kingdom|

GCHQ, the British government's intelligence and security organisation, has breached human rights in its mass surveillance programme, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) said in a landmark ruling on Thursday (13 September).

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