Raw Politics: a look back at this week's best bits

Raw Politics: a look back at this week's best bits
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Here's a roundup of the best stories from Raw Politics this week.


British MPs penned a letter to police urging for greater protection after Conservative MP Anna Soubry was shouted at outside Westminster with protestors calling her a "Nazi" and a "liar". 

Meanwhile, a crowdfunding campaign for a French professional boxer, who handed himself to police after he was captured repeatedly punching officers at a 'Gilets Jaunes' protest, surpassed €117,000 on Tuesday morning.

As the UK Prime Minister prepares for a crucial vote on her Brexit plan in the House of Commons, Theresa May lost two votes in government in just 24 hours — one of which will give just three days for her to present an alternative plan should her Brexit deal be voted down by parliamentarians.

Republicans and Democrats remain at loggerheads over funding for the border wall. The deadlock has caused the US government to enter a partial shutdown with a quarter of federal employees either out of work or working without pay.

Presented by Tesa Arcilla from the Agora studio of the European Parliament in Brussels, Raw Politics is designed to fulfil Euronews' promise to provide "All Voices, All Views, All Welcome".

It poses hard-hitting questions on the issues that define and divide Europe through impactful interviews, passionate debates and expertise from our correspondents. Guests will come from all over the political spectrum.

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