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Could there be early parliamentary elections?

Image Rights Getty Images Next week, Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt will be the new British Prime Minister. Both have precluded the holding of parliamentary elections before the October 31 deadline for Brexit. Some MPs, however, say that they are ready to trigger one. So how soon could Britain return to the elections? Is choice inevitable? Mr. Hunt has to …

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Greeks vote in early parliamentary elections

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title Why young people suffered most from the economic collapse of Greece. Greeks will soon go to the polls to elect a new parliament with the center-right opposition The New Democracy Party of Kyriakos Mitsotakis hopes to end the more than four-year reign of the Syriza party led by Prime Minister …

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Mitsotakis wants to win the parliamentary elections in Greece

Greek voters stand for the first time since the peak of their financial crisis on the Sunday before the elections. Opinion polls suggest that the center-right and conservative party New Democracy (ND) may form the next government with an absolute majority in parliament. If right, the parliamentary elections of 2019 will close the book on the populist rhetoric of the …

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DOJ announces its return after the Parliamentary Democrats announce the vote on Barr's contempt and the summons has gone "beyond measure"

A day after the announcement by the Democrat-led House of Representatives to vote next week on whether Attorney General William Barr and former White House lawyer Don McGahn should be despised, the Justice Department (DOJ) fires back "disappointed" the conduct of the congress and that even Democrats have confirmed their summons to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's files is "unusable". In …

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EU Parliamentary Elections: Why Protesters Nigel Farage "Shake Milk"

"We will not sell milk shakes or ice tonight," reads the sign in the window of a McDonald's near Edinburgh, Scotland. "This is due to a police request due to recent events." These "recent events" are the scourge of milk shakes hurled at European parliamentary candidates across the UK, especially those with a certain persuasiveness: right-wing populists and somewhat ironic, …

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Australia's Conservative Coalition garnered a stunning political victory in parliamentary elections, defying polls and forecasting losses

The ruling conservative coalition of Australia prevailed over the polls and scored on Saturday an impressive political victory in the country's parliamentary elections. Opposition leader Bill Shorten called Prime Minister Scott Morrison to congratulate him on his election victory. He told Labor Party supporters that his party had not won enough seats to form a coalition government. "I know you're …

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The tedious May brings a reduced Brexit deal to parliamentary vote

LONDON (Reuters) – On Friday, Prime Minister Theresa May will provide a slimmed-down version of her divorce agreement to Brexit vote in Parliament to break the deadlock with the UK's exit from the European Union. Anti-Brexit protesters stand in front of the Houses of Parliament in London, UK on March 27, 2019. REUTERS / Dylan Martinez Voting on the day …

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Which Brexit game is the EU playing? British parliamentary leader Leadsom asks

LONDON (Reuters) – Member of Parliament Andrea Leadsom said she is beginning to wonder what game the European Union was playing for Brexit, as relations between London and Brussels worsened before the legislature passed the next week Vote passed. FILE PHOTO: British Conservative Party leader Andrea Leadsom arrives on London's Downing Street on January 22, 2019. REUTERS / Toby Melville …

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The Labor Party wants parliamentary elections, but 2nd referendum likely

<img src = "https://fm.cnbc.com/applications/cnbc.com/resources/img/editorial/2019/01/15/105680369-1547591878680rts2arca.530×298.jpg?v=1547591949" alt = "An EU flag flutters next to the statue of Winston Churchill in front of the Houses of Parliament before a vote on the Brexit agreement by Prime Minister Theresa May on January 15, 2019 in London, UK." Clodagh Kilcoyne (19659002) Reuters One EU flag flutters next to the statue of Winston Churchill in front …

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