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Brexit deal must be ‘inferior’ to membership to protect EU borders

Brexit may simply lead to a debate on the validity of the UK since this is just another union Continue reading

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Trump win proves people best swayed by vitriolic bullshit

To avoid following in the footsteps of our American cousins, Europeans need to harmonise more firmly and more faithfully. Continue reading

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Trump is delicious contrast to Clinton status quo

It would be little surprise if so-called natives started pissing on their own lawns to illustrate ownership, such is the ridiculous swing towards xenophobia that is being witnessed across parts of the rich world right now. Continue reading

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Why the Irish media is wrong about Brexit

The founding principle of the European Economic Community was “to preserve peace and liberty and to lay the foundations of an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe”. In the centenary of the 1916 Easter Rising, it is curious … Continue reading

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The strength of democracy rests on our shoulders

EU immigration, ISIS, Ebola, the global economic slowdown – these are part of the plethora of issues we are confronted with on daily basis through newspapers, newswires, social networks and other media. It is tiring as a consumer to regularly … Continue reading

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Failure of capitalism owed to unfaithful privatisation

Capitalism has been touted as a wonderful system which has boosted living standards across the world. It has lifted millions out of poverty, created more liberalised societies and championed freedom of choice for consumers. Westerners have benefited considerably from capitalism, … Continue reading

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Immigration debate shielding populist parties’ real policies

The European elections take place between 22nd and 25th May. It marks an interesting point in the lifespan of the EU, with Euro-scepticism reaching new heights. France’s the National Front and Britain’s the UK Independence Party (UKIP) are just two … Continue reading

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