After Britain was granted a six-month extension for exiting the EU, campaigning got underway with one figure leading the polls - Nigel Farage. But he has been criticised recently for appearing in a US talk show which focuses on conspiracy theories.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday stepped up calls for Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to agree on a cross-party deal to leave the European Union, following poor results for both parties in local elections on Thursday.
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Joan Ryan said the party had become “infected with the scourge of anti-Jewish racism.”
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Scotland Yard has opened a criminal investigation into allegations of antisemitic hate crimes linked to Labour party members.
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Many of Orbán’s allies in the centre-right European People’s party (EPP) deserted him. Those expressing their disgust also included fellow Scottish MEPs from the Scottish National Party and the Scottish Conservatives. But it didn’t include most of the Conservative MEPs from England.
These are turbulent times and the way the UK has conducted Brexit talks is threatening our future relationship with the EU. We can’t afford to alienate ourselves even more by offering Orban political support in exchange for his.
A thank you letter from a far right leader for showing solidarity is not something I would be proud for my party to be associated with. It's astonishing the level The Tories are prepared to stoop to in order to get support for their failed Brexit plan.
It is important to note that the Tories sit in the European Parliament along with PiS, the Polish ruling party, who have taken very hostile actions against the independence of the judiciary in their country. These actions leave you wondering whether the Tories see democracy as a priority.
It is frankly shameful that the Conservatives were the only ruling party in Western Europe that voted to support Orbán and at a time when my nation needs friends more than ever before, this is hardly a successful strategy to make friends and influence people.
How a motion approved by the Labour Party could increase the chances of a second Brexit referendum.