Flowers, candles and messages of condolence piled up in central Manchester
The world responded with cheers to the election of Emmanuel Macron. However, is he the solution to the current economic and political instability?
The French president also called for a “less bureaucratic” EU that “better protects” its citizens, and he categorically ruled out the so-called “eurobond
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Prime Minister Theresa May signed on March 28 the historic letter that will launch Brexit when it is delivered to Brussels on Wednesday the 29th
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Oxford neuroscientist Molly Crocket says this might lead to voting against self-interests.