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The elections in Britain

26 July 2010 13:13 The Prime Minister who is not afraid to answer to questions

I picked this title up especially for the Bulgarian readers. Just because in Bulgaria the communication with the government and especially with the Prime Minister is extremely difficult. This might seem odd, given his constant presence in the media, but the colleagues who took part in press conf ...

10 May 2010 17:23 Voters have voted, now politicians are to decide

The Britons are scared - they are about to have a coalition government and this is something they would avoid. Why? Because, firstly, responsibility is being washed away with coalitions and, secondly, coalitions force participants to make compromises with the promises they made to attract voters ...

8 April 2010 20:28 Magna Carta, Churchill, Thatcher, Blair, ?

History remembers names that have contributed to it with something different than previously known. It is not obligatory that this different thing is good or bad, but after all on the historic time lime assessments like good-bad, do not mean anything. Every influential person was controversial i ...

14 May 2010 17:12 Tradition + Continuity = Stability

For a foreign observer, especially for someone coming from a country that has not gained its democracy but has got it for granted, the transfer of power in Great Britain appears to be an extremely impressive event. Not only because one can see a full manifestation of the famous British tradition ...

21 April 2010 13:06 Bulgaria entered the first election debate in Britain

Great Britain registered in the world of TV election debates with 50 years delay. On April 15 in the studio of ITV1 the leaders of the three biggest parties in Britain gathered together - the Labour party, which is governing for more than 13 years now - Gordon Brown; the Conservatives party Davi ...

 
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Adelina Marini
#Brexit Nine months after the referendum on EU membership, the UK has today handed a formal notification that it is leaving. The letter triggering #Article50 was handed by UK Ambassador to the EU Tim Barrow to European Council President Donald Tusk. Thus the negotiations on Brexit have officially begun
29 March 2017 13:47
Adelina Marini #Article50 #Tusk: Thank you and good bye!
29 March 2017 14:05
Adelina Marini
European Commission First Vice President Frans #Timmermans is reporting on the rule of law procedure against #Poland in the civil liberties, justice and home affairs committee of the European Parliament. Stay tuned for live updates
22 March 2017 16:46
Adelina Marini #Poland #Timmermans: In every country there are problems with the rule of law. No country is above the law. But it is never an excuse that someone else is doing the same
22 March 2017 17:48
Adelina Marini
The #Eurogroup finance ministers are gathering today for their regular meeting with a main issue on the agenda the 2nd review of the 3rd bailout programme for #Greece. There is another issue hanging in the air, which is not on the agenda - will the Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem remain on the position as chair of the Eurogroup since his party sustained huge losses at the parliamentary elections in the Netherlands last week. For now, a Tusk-effect is not visible but all minsters praise Dijsslbloem as a brilliant chief of the Eurogroup. Everyone, however, refuse to forecast whether he will stay even after his mandate runs out in January. EU economic affairs commissioner Pierre Moscovici hinted something in that direction saying that Mr Dijsselbloem is very competent and is very well aware of the Greek dossier. This is a hint that the next is yet to get acquainted with this dossier and there might not be sufficient time for that
20 March 2017 15:15
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