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A challenge to Turkey’s Erdogan
Posted on Thursday November 16, 2017

TO STEP into the ring with Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey’s bruiser of a president, takes courage and self-belief. Meral Aksener has plenty of both. At the launch of her new political party on October 25th, some of Mrs Aksener’s supporters broke into chants of “Prime Minister Meral!” She replied: “No, not prime minister. President.” A prominent nationalist and former cabinet minister, she has not yet declared her candidacy for elections that are due to be held in 2019. However, everyone assumes she will. “My friends really want me to run,” she says, referring to colleagues from her newly unveiled, innocuously named Iyi (Good) party. “I might have no other choice.”

Those who challenge Mr Erdogan tend to pay. The last to do so, Selahattin Demirtas, joint leader of the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) and a candidate in the 2014 presidential election, was thrown in prison last year on spurious terrorism charges. Mrs Aksener herself got a taste of Mr Erdogan’s...Continue reading

Charting a new German foreign policy
Posted on Thursday November 16, 2017

IT WAS a heart-warming moment in the freezing wind of the Alsatian mountains. On November 10th the presidents of Germany and France, Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Emmanuel Macron (pictured), shared a hug as they opened a French-German war memorial at Hartmannswillerkopf, where 30,000 soldiers died during months-long battles for control of the peak in 1915. Every generation had to be reminded anew, said Mr Steinmeier, why the task “to lead Europe into a hope-filled, better future” fell to Germany and France.

Mr Steinmeier’s remarks underscored a commitment to European union, one of the twin pillars of German foreign policy since 1945, alongside participation in a multilateral world underwritten by America. But warm words cannot disguise the fact that these days both pillars are shaky. America under Donald Trump is retreating from its role as underwriter, in favour of a doctrine of national self-interest. Europe faces a number of simmering crises. East and west are divided over...Continue reading

France’s political extremes have fallen on hard times
Posted on Thursday November 16, 2017

Unsubmissive Mélenchon

“MAKE the most noise possible,” urged Jean-Luc Mélenchon, a radical-left politician, before a crowd this autumn. Saucepan-banging protesters would make a nationwide ruckus, he said, referring to a centuries-old method of protest known as les casserolades. They would tell Emmanuel Macron that his economic reforms “ruin our life and keep us from dreaming, so we stop you from sleeping”.

In the event Mr Mélenchon disturbed nobody’s repose. At the appointed hour, at two locations in central Paris, just a handful of sheepish supporters from his France Insoumise (Unsubmissive France) movement turned out. Other marches, against labour-law reforms, have been bigger, but achieved equally little. More nationwide protests were due on November 16th, involving unions and students, but looked unlikely to cause serious disruption.

For months Mr Mélenchon, despite having just 17 MPs, has in effect led...Continue reading

European News

UN court convicts Ratko Mladic of genocide over Bosnia's horrors

Silvio Berlusconi's political comeback takes him to human rights court

European markets mixed as UK budget, corporate earnings takes center stage

‘Highly unlikely’ that new UK budget will include Brexit bill, says economist

Hariri back in Lebanon for first time since quitting as PM

Could Saudi Arabia and Iran really go to war?

European shares closed higher despite German political uncertainty

Apple iPhone X is reportedly assembled with illegal high-school student labor

Political turmoil is good for Angela Merkel, says analyst

Iran President Hassan Rouhani declares the end of Islamic State

Budget 2017: Philip Hammond announces extra £3bn for Brexit preparations over the next two years

Spirits most likely type of alcohol to make people aggressive, study finds

Budget 2017: EU finally takes Britain off list of countries with excessive budget deficits

Universal credit boss wins 'project management' award despite evidence that claimants are plunged into hardship

British backpackers in Australia being paid half minimum wage in work that constitutes 'criminal forced labour'

England women's rugby star Ceri Large chases would-be burglar out of her home

Home Secretary Amber Rudd apologises to whips' office after missing vote on Government's Brexit legislation

Man armed with knife hunted for Muslims to stab and told police he was a 'martyr for England'

Police hunt man who placed hidden camera in Starbucks toilets after he accidentally filmed himself installing it

UK weather latest: Britain braced for strong winds and heavy rain as Met Office issues road flooding warnings

Illegal Bialowieza logging could cost Poland EUR 100,000 a day

EU Parliament warns Poland on rule of law

Cooperation and Verification Mechanism Reports on Bulgaria and Romania

More progress needed on Romania, Bulgaria reform

New EU gas rules could staunch Russian pipeline

EU top Court affirms freedom of establishment

EU strengthens sanctions against North Korea

Gas-sharing move to secure EU gas supply

EU launches legal action against Poland over new law

EU tightens pressure on Poland over rule of law

Daily Express

PMQs LIVE: Theresa May brands Corbyn a 'blast from the past' in Brexit battle
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

THERESA May has described Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as a "blast from the past" as the pair discussed Brexit in Prime Minister's Questions ahead of Chancellor Philip Hammond's Budget announcement.

BUDGET 2017 LIVE UPDATES: Hammond reveals £3bn for Brexit blasting ‘INWARD LOOKING’ Labour
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

TODAY'S budget announcement has been described as "make or break" by Downing Street sources. Follow our live coverage of Philip Hammond's crucial speech here.

EU Commission gives grave WARNING to UK businesses after Barnier SCRAPS passporting rights
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

VICE President of the European Commission Valdis Dombrovskis warned that UK finance firms will need to find alternative ways of selling to clients within the EU after they lose their passporting rights.

Brexit deal in THREE WEEKS? Brussels warming to settlement as May prepares new offer
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

A BREXIT divorce deal could be just three weeks away with negotiators creating a political road map that plots a course around the thorny issues of financial settlement and Northern Ireland.

'We can't hold the white flag to EU!' Tory MP says UK must NOT hand over £40BN to bloc
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

BRITAIN cannot “hold up the white flag” and hand over £40billion to the European Union a Conservative MP has claimed.

Sky News

Autumn Budget: The key points at a glance
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

The key announcements from Chancellor Philip Hammond - refresh your page to see updates as they happen:

Police identify four men killed in mid-air collision
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Four men killed in a mid-air crash between a helicopter and a light aircraft have been formally identified by police.

Hat-trick! Footballer legs it for baby's birth
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Wigan winger Ryan Colclough had an eventful match on Tuesday, scoring twice before rushing from pitch to hospital to meet his newborn son.

Primodos report 'irresponsible,' says expert
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

A leading expert in embryo development has challenged the findings of a Government commissioned report into the pregnancy test drug Primodos.

Grangela: Labour's Rayner is a grandmother at 37
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

Labour's shadow education secretary Angela Rayner has expressed her joy at becoming a grandmother at the age of 37.

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