British MPs are voting on Theresa May's Brexit deal today after the Prime Minister secured "legally-binding changes" to the agreement at an eleventh-hour meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in Strasbourg last night.
The European Parliament's biggest political force, the EPP group, took a double hit: latest election poll projections seem them taking a dive, and then political infighting threatens to divide them. It comes as eurosceptic groups are rising, but this week we met some young anti-populists in Brussels
In this edition: political infighting between Hungary's Orban and the EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker threatens to poison the European parliament's largest political grouping ahead of May's elections and Microsoft exposed potential Russia-linked hacking of European think-tanks.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said at a plenary session of the European Parliament on Wednesday that the withdrawal agreement remains "the best and only possible deal" and that "it would not be renegotiated".
The U.K. — a nation which in living memory was administering the largest empire in the history of the world — is at present a country where the deluded are fighting with those in denial. It could all end very badly indeed.