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Can't expect much from the meeting of Theresa May with Dutch PM Mark Rutte. His personal ambition is a job in Brussels ...

May in the Netherlands as she fights to save Brexit deal

We already knew Mark Rutte's judgement is clouded by the AngloSaxon alliance and propaganda. Just as his predecessors trying to be the best pupil of his class. Balkenende en De Hoop Scheffer support for the Iraq invasion and occupation under George Bush Jr. in March 2003. It's the ordinary people who carry the consequences and will suffer in the near future.

Dutch Investigation: Iraq Mission Ruled Illegal

    "George Bush Sr. led a long and rich life that from his days as a war hero was marked by great involvement with his country and the world. Deep respect for this wise former president of the United States."

Mark Rutte's friend lost the HQ battle to move Unilever to Rotterdam

Rutte was even willing to spend €2bn taxpayer's money to abolish the dividend tax for shareholders.

'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Tue Dec 11th, 2018 at 10:04:53 AM EST
The Leavers will ultimately win ... PM May throwing a bone to the Commons ... vote can take place before January 21, 2019.

Brexit: Desperate May to meet with Merkel, but EU leaders warn no renegotiation of deal

    "It is the 330th anniversary of James II tossing the Great Seal into the Thames, without which he believed no Act of Parliament could be validated, an example of a British political leader under attack attempting to delay the inevitable by stalling the political process." [Source: Rev. Richard Coles]

Steve Baker, the ex-Brexit minister hell-bent on torpedoing May's Chequers plan

After the fiasco of David Cameron, Tory leader and PM Theresa May set red lines which blocked any reasonable deal with Europe.

'Sapere aude'

by Oui (Oui) on Tue Dec 11th, 2018 at 12:40:42 PM EST
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