Macron pens letter, D-Day for Brexit vote | Raw Politics

Macron pens letter, D-Day for Brexit vote | Raw Politics
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D-Day for Brexit vote approaches

Jean Claude Juncker and Donald Tusk published a letter to the British government to provide reassurances over the backstop as MPs prepare to vote on Theresa May's deal on Tuesday.

The letter comes as over 100 MEPs wrote to the British people urging them to take a u-turn on Brexit and revert course.

20 years of the Euro

Two decades have passed since EU countries began using the single currency, but has a "one currency fits all" solution worked?

On the twenty-year anniversary, far-right German party Alternative for Germany (AfD) provided a stark reminder of an unsettled EU when they announced that they would campaign for a 'Dexit' should their demands not be met.

Macron pens letter to French people

The "gilets jaunes" ("yellow vests") protests will enter their 10th weekend later this week and France's president Emmanuel Macron has moved to try and defuse the demonstrations by penning a letter to the French people.

He has urged them to take part in a nationwide debate where they will be able to say how they feel on issues ranging from migration to taxation.

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