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The Propaganda Trade on the Pound – History Repeats

COMMENT: Dear Marty, In your recent blog about BREXIT and the Yellow Hammer leak, you say: “British pound is still under pressure as the propaganda machine is [...]

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Boris Johnson Wins Britain Right on Target

Boris Johnson has been elected as the new Prime Minister of Britain and he has promised to take Britain out of the European Union “come what may.” [...]

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Nigel Farage’s BREXIT Party is Now #2

Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party is now the second largest in Britain. The Conservatives still topped the YouGov poll with 24% of the vote, but they were [...]

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EU Refuses to Negotiate Fairly with Britain – Demands of a Customs Union

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; could you explain this whole Customs Union issue in BREXIT? Some see it as a great idea, others say it is surrendering sovereignty to [...]

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France Refuses any Negotiation on BREXIT & Demands to Punish Britain

Paris is adamant that the EU should not renegotiate the Brexit deal. The French want to punish the British at all costs, and that means at the expense of their own [...]

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Brexit Explained

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PM Theresa May Resigns

Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that she will now step down as the U.K. prime minister after failing to win support for her plan to withdraw from the [...]

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Director of UK Charity Calls for Acid Attack on Nigel Farage

The policy director of a UK charity that “campaigns to increase happiness” was fired after calling for Brexit leader Nigel Farage to be doused in acid. [...]

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May Could be Asked to Resign by June

Prime Minister Theresa May could be forced to leave Downing Street by late June if she does not deliver a Brexit deal. Conservative Party sources are letting it be [...]

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Fear of Jeremy Corbyn Becoming Prime Minister in UK is a Threat to the Pound

There is a lot going on in Britain. Many fear that Jeremy Corbyn will now win because Theresa May has made a real mess of BREXIT. Consequently, the Telegraph is [...]

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