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1. Trudeau avoids answering opposition question regarding benefits meant for Vets being given to convicted cop killer
Noted civil libertarian and scholar of United States constitutional law and criminal law Alan Dershowitz, joined America’s Newsroom hosts Bill Shemmer and Sandra Smith, to explain why Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser must testify under oath.
Well, there’s a surprise: It turns out there isn’t a growing interest in a second referendum in Britain.
Before the Ontario Court of Appeal ultimately ruled in his favour, we hit the streets of Toronto to ask members of Generation Trudeau After Dark to weigh-in on the Premier enacting the Notwithstanding Clause to trump a judge's decision deeming Bill 5 “unconstitutional.”
On this week's episode of The Gunn Show, William McBeath of Save Calgary joined me to discuss Sapporo, Japan, ending their bid to host the 2026 Winter Olympics and the prospect of Calgary becoming a two-time Olympic host city getting closer to reality.
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After being embarrassed by pretty much every single EU leader yesterday in Salzburg, Theresa May’s come back swinging. I know she isn’t respecting the results of the referendum – despite how often she says she does – but I can’t help but respect her a little bit.
Theresa May attended a summit in Salzburg, Austria, today. The EU leaders met to discuss the Brexit deal that remains up in the air – and it’s bad news for Theresa. Every single EU leader, according to Donald Tusk, believes that her trade plan simply “will not work.”
Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, has put a dampener on Theresa May’s day. He’s announced today that her Chequers Brexit plan will need to be “reworked” in some key areas – meaning, if the plan goes ahead, it’ll be even worse for the British people than originally planned. ...
A new report has been released today by the Migration Advisory Committee, specifically focusing on EU migration. It advises the government that there should be no preference given to EU nationals for visas following Brexit – a blow to Theresa May’s renamed version of Free Movement.
The International Monetary Fund is at it again, predicting the sky will fall and Britain’s economy will incur “substantial costs” in the event of a No Deal Brexit. The IMF has said that all Brexit scenarios – even soft Brexit that essentially changes nothing – would “entail costs.” They believe,...