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Feminists pressure Croatia to remove "sexist" tram posters
By Martina MarkotaRebel Contributor

Last week I brought you the story of how posters designed by students in Croatia were blasted as ‘sexist’ for telling young girls that they should be careful when drinking. The posters explained how it’s easy to make bad decisions when drunk, and accurately explained the health risks drinking poses...

UK: May announces Brexit “Plan B” – and offers nothing
By Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Theresa May has had just three working days to turn around a new proposal to the House of Commons, after her withdrawal agreement was shot down in a historic defeat. That new proposal was announced today in the Commons, and it was underwhelming to say the least. I listened intensely,...

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UK: May announces Brexit “Plan B” – and offers nothing
By Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Theresa May has had just three working days to turn around a new proposal to the House of Commons, after her withdrawal agreement was shot down in a historic defeat. That new proposal was announced today in the Commons, and it was underwhelming to say the least. I listened intensely,...

UK: Germany worried about “no deal” Brexit
By Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Predictably, the Germans are getting worried about the prospects of a No Deal Brexit. A letter signed by the frontrunner to succeed Angela Merkel as the next German chancellor, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, along with leaders from German politics, industry and art, said: “From the bottom of our hearts, we want them...

UK: Corbyn refuses to negotiate new Brexit deal with May
By Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Jeremy Corbyn still hasn’t come to the table to talk with Theresa May. This makes it clear that Corbyn isn’t interested in a deal with the European Union. He’d rather take Theresa May down so that he can replace her, win a general election, and try and get his own...

UK: May’s Brexit deal voted down in Parliament – What now?
By Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Theresa May’s deal has gone down in flames. In what must have been a totally expected result, the withdrawal agreement was voted down by a massive 432 votes to 202 – the biggest defeat suffered by a government in Parliamentary history. Mrs. May certainly doesn’t do anything by halves.

UK: May’s Brexit day of destiny arrives
By Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Today truly is the Brexit day of destiny. It’s the day that Theresa May’s withdrawal deal with the European Union is put to the test, and MPs have an opportunity to vote for or against it.

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