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May Becomes PM in Britain & Boris Becomes Foreign Secretary

Theresa May became the new Prime Minister of Britain on Wednesday and formally met with the Queen to ask permission to lead her government. May is now embracing [...]

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British Pound – After BREXIT

The British pound panic is subsiding and now it is time to retest resistance. Our Monthly Bearish Reversal stands overhead at 13660, so expect this to be the [...]

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The Pound & BREXIT

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I voted for remain. Contrary to the post of a very biased Brit, there is a “rift” and the person who arrogantly wrote to you [...]

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Standard & Poor’s Reaction Shows Political Bias

Rating Agencies Testify Before Congress for their AAA-Ratings after 2007 Standard & Poors downgraded United Kingdom (UK), which is comprised of England, [...]

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Why Britain Joined the EU Back in 1973

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BREXIT Wins ‚ÄĒ The Panic has Subsided as Reality Returns

  Exactly on our cyclical model, the UK voted to leave the EU (52% to 48%) in a historic¬†referendum after 43 years (half 8.6).¬†David Cameron has announced he [...]

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Battle of the Thames Singer tries to Invade Economics

The Battle of the Thames developed with Bob Geldof , the Irish singer and political activist, decided to attack Nigel Farage to support surrendering British [...]

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British MP Assassinated as Tensions Rise over BREXIT

British Labour politician Jo Cox, who was against BREXIT, has been assassinated. A gun-wielding man fired twice, and kicked her as she was lying on the floor [...]

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Pensions Continue to Spiral Downward

There are 11 million workers in Britain who assumed they had great pensions. The British Steel Pension Scheme is proposing to break its pension promises to its [...]

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British EU Protester Cannot Burn EU Flag Because of Regulations

A British protester tries to set fire to EU Flag, but because of EU regulations prohibiting flammable material, he cannot complete his [...]

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