Tag Archives: Brexit

Trump’s win: Did media, pollsters get it wrong? News,Politics

By: David Tuchman “How were we so wrong?” In the aftermath of Tuesday’s historic U.S election, pollsters and journalists alike have been forced to ask themselves that very hard question. “It’s data like others,” said Paul Adams, an Associate Journalism Professor at Carleton University. “But it needs to be evaluated carefully to its likelihood of being

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UK Parliament must vote on Brexit negotiations, court rules International,News,Politics

By: David Tuchman The English High Court on Thursday ruled that Parliament must vote on whether the UK can begin the process of breaking apart from the EU. This means the British government on its own cannot trigger formal exit negotiations with the EU (also called article 50 of the Libson treaty) without the consent

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Calais “Jungle” camp only a symptom of larger refugee crisis International,News

By: Ken Kellar The demolition of the refugee camp known as “the Jungle” began in the north of France today as countries throughout the European Union struggle to cope with the flood of migrants and refugees searching for security and safety. French authorities began the eviction yesterday of about 7,000 people from the makeshift camp in

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