These business owners on the Irish border fear a no-deal Brexit could soon wreck their livelihoods

Business owners on the border between the United Kingdom and Ireland are bracing themselves for an economic shock that could wreck their livelihoods. As Britain heads towards a chaotic exit from the European Union, Business Insider met heads of a bakery, tractor firm, and accountancy in Northern Ireland about the threat to their businesses. They fear the return of checks […]

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Bake Off’s Prue to advise Government on hospital food after listeria deaths

Health chiefs are to set national standards for hospital food after the deaths of six people in a listeria outbreak. Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith will advise the Government review into bedside meals, amid growing criticism of patients’ food. The “root-and-branch” probe, launched by the Department of Health today, will examine whether the number of hospitals doing catering […]

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The U.S. isn’t the only country interested in Greenland. Here’s who else has a stake

U.S. President Donald Trump left the world puzzled when he proposed that the U.S. purchase the semi-autonomous region of Greenland last week — before abruptly cancelling a meeting with the Danish prime minister over her refusal to sell the region a few days later. While Greenlanders have made it clear that the Arctic island is not for sale and most […]

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Mueller witness testifies in case against former Obama White House counsel

Former Trump campaign deputy chairman Rick Gates testified Thursday in Washington at the trial of former Obama White House counsel Greg Craig, who stands accused of lying to the government about his foreign lobbying work in Ukraine. On Thursday, prosecutors questioned Gates about his interactions with Craig, a high-profile Washington attorney, during his time lobbying in Ukraine. The government has […]

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Federal court undercuts progressive efforts to nullify Electoral College, rules electors can vote freely

Ocasio-Cortez suggests the Electoral College is racist ‘The Daily Briefing’ host Dana Perino says it is a disservice to say that the Electoral College should be abolished without recognizing that it serves a purpose. In a major blow to state-by-state progressive efforts to effectively replace the Electoral College with a nationwide popular vote, a federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday […]

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Obamas placed an offer on 'mega-expensive' estate in Martha's Vineyard: report

Barack Obama appears to be wading into 2020 politics Rep. Sean Duffy and Rachel Campos-Duffy weigh in on reports from the New York Times that former President Barack Obama tried to talk Joe Biden out of a White House bid. Former President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, reportedly made an offer on a 29-acre estate in Martha's Vineyard after renting […]

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Brexit shock: Merkel backs down over 30-day backstop deadline – ‘It was an allegory!’

The German Chancellor had appeared to challenge Mr Johnson to find a solution to the border issue which has proved the major sticking point to achieving Brexit and was the main reason behind Theresa May’s failure to get her deal through Parliament. But Ms Merkel attempted to clarify her position today and said she had not given Britain 30 days […]

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Is Bernie Sanders the New Climate Candidate?

Climate advocate Jay Inslee may have dropped out of the Democratic primary, but it doesn’t appear like the controversial issue of [checks notes] saving humanity from an environmental apocalypse is going to fall out of focus. On Thursday, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) released arguably the most ambitious proposal yet to tackle the climate crisis, setting himself up to succeed Inslee […]

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The Amazon Rainforest in Brazil Is on Fire, and You Can See the Damage From Space

There’s been a significant increase in wildfires in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, and it’s gotten so bad that the damage can now be seen from space. New data released by the country’s space research agency is bringing more attention to what’s going on after a blackout in São Paulo on Monday sparked concerns, particularly since São Paulo is more than 1,700 […]

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Trump's erratic outbursts show his fear that a recession could sink his reelection campaign, ex-White House officials say

Former Trump administration officials have expressed concern about President Donald Trump’s recent behavior,The New York Times reported Wednesday. On Wednesday, Trump shared messages from a conspiracy theorist claiming that Israeli Jews regarded him as the “second coming” of God. On the same day, Trump insulted Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen as “nasty” after she rebuffed his offer to buy Greenland, […]

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