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  • Opinion: Brexit may just have saved Europe – it is only a shame that Britain had to sacrifice itself to do it

    An extraordinary unity of purpose has been a chance for the EU to move on from the global financial crisis and the the 2015 migration crisis

    The Independent
  • Brexit Is Just the Beginning of Britain's Problems

    Andrew Marshall Security, Europe London will get a barely acceptable deal, but what comes next is another nightmare. It would take a confident or a foolish person who would say that Brexit is heading for a solution, but here goes. In the next two weeks, the outline of a deal could finally take shape around Prime Minister Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement. Moreover, Britain will leave the European Union, perhaps with a short extension. And then the trouble will really start. The last few...

    The National Interest
  • For the flaw in 'Medicare for all,' just look to Britain's NHS

    Obamacare did not solve America's healthcare and health insurance problems, and Democrats have taken the next step. A "Medicare for all" plan, now in the hands of Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is now fashionable to discuss once again. However, public health insurance simply cannot function to the level of private insurance. And if you want to see why, look no further than ambulance service under the United Kingdom's National Health Service.

    Washington Examiner
  • How Britain's parliamentary speaker just made Brexit harder

    On Monday, Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow ruled that Prime Minister Theresa May cannot bring her Brexit deal back to Parliament for a third vote — at least in the deal's current form.

    Washington Examiner
  • Nissan’s Infiniti Brand Quitting Western Europe

    The decision to end production this summer of the Q30 hatchback and QX30 CUV at the company’s Sunderland, U.K., plant comes after Infiniti failed to catch on with European buyers.

  • Europe gets 'woke' on just what aligning with China means

    Because President Trump was right all along
  • Britain has cut itself adrift from Europe. I fear we may sink

    The next phase of Brexit talks will define our future, but we have yet to grasp their scale and complexity In his novel The Stone Raft, the Portuguese writer José Saramago imagines that the Iberian peninsula breaks away physically from the rest of the European continent at the Pyrenees. The peninsula and its peoples detach from Europe and drift across the oceans, seemingly in search of a new home and contentment, which – spoiler alert – they never quite find. Related: The truth is out about...

    the Guardian