Tony Blair: Labour has control of Brexit crisis – Jeremy Corbyn don’t give up

Tony Blair today praises Jeremy Corbyn for his handling of the Brexit crisis, and tells the Labour leader: “Don’t give up.” In this ­exclusive article for the Sunday ­Mirror, he also tells Boris Johnson that an election won’t solve anything, warning: “If we end up with another hung Parliament, nothing is resolved.”… My disagreements with Jeremy ­Corbyn are well known. […]

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Europe will not rely on FAA decision about 737 Max safety

New FAA chief says Boeing 737 Max planes will remain grounded FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson on when he expects the Boeing’s 737 Max to return to the skies. The European Aviation Safety Agency, which regulates air travel in the region, has laid out four conditions that must be met before the grounded Boeing 737 Max can return to European skies. Continue Reading […]

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Europe Stocks, U.S. Futures Jump on Trade Optimism: Markets Wrap

In this article Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here. European stocks climbed with U.S. equity futures and Asian shares pared declines after China indicated it wouldn’t immediately retaliate against the latest American tariff increase. Treasuries slipped, while a dollar gauge held near a nine-month high. The Stoxx Europe 600 […]

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European stocks fall as recession fears ramp up

(For a live blog on European stocks, type LIVE/ in an Eikon news window) Aug 28 (Reuters) – European shares were trading lower in early deals on Wednesday, led by losses in technology stocks, as fears that major economies might be on the brink of recession intensified. A deep inversion in the U.S. Treasury yield curve once again rattled investors […]

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Opioids Threaten to Mess Up Europe, Too

In this article As drugmakers are being held responsible for fueling the U.S. opioid epidemic, it might look at though they have nothing to fear in Europe, where, it’s often assumed, opioid misuse isn’t so rampant. The European Union, though, should take a closer look at the data and make its own move against the irresponsible marketing of opioid painkillers. In […]

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UK miscounted EU, other immigrants before Brexit vote

Britain has undercounted its long-term immigrants from the European Union by almost a quarter of a million and overestimated how many non-EU students stayed in the country after their studies, statisticians said on Wednesday. The awkward admission, which throws into doubt Britain's main way of tracking migration, comes as the government prepares to tighten immigration rules after the country is […]

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