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Re: Brexit
« Responder #240 em: Maio 15, 2017, 03:27:28 pm »
 

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Re: Brexit
« Responder #241 em: Junho 07, 2017, 05:52:22 pm »
An Ignorant American's Guide to the UK Election
OSCAR RICKETT
Jun 7 2017

A Brit explains who Jeremy Corbyn is and why everyone is so mad at him all the time.

To many Americans, the UK is like an alternate reality where there is a Parliament and a Queen and everyone cares a great deal about baking. (It sounds pretty nice, to be honest.) But though British politics resembles the US version in some way—the Conservatives (Tories) and Labour are rough analogues of the Republicans and Democrats, respectively—there are a bunch of structural differences between the systems that make it tricky for Yanks to grasp what's going on in the UK, which is set to have an election this Thursday.

The UK's parliamentary system is in some ways simpler than the American model. If a party wins a majority of the seats in Parliament, it gets to control the government and its leader becomes prime minister. (If no party has a majority, the Tories or Labour would have to create a coalition government with minor parties—we'll get into that.) The UK is supposed to have an electoral calendar like the US does, but Prime Minister Theresa May, the Conservative leader, cast that aside and got Parliament vote to call a fresh election.


On the eve of the election, we emailed Oscar Rickett, a writer and journalist who has covered politics on both sides of the Atlantic, to sort out some of the issues at play when Britons head to the polls.

Continuação : https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/an-ignorant-americans-guide-to-the-uk-election
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Re: Brexit
« Responder #242 em: Junho 08, 2017, 12:28:08 pm »
Investidores fogem do Reino Unido e dos EUA, mas zona euro fica a salvo
Leonor Mateus Ferreira

As eleições no Reino Unido e a audição do ex-diretor do FBI James Comey no Senado norte-americano estão a criar instabilidade nos mercados, mas a Europa continental parece estar imune aos receios após ter afastado as ameaças anti-euro.

http://www.jornaleconomico.sapo.pt/noticias/investidores-fogem-do-reino-unido-e-dos-eua-mas-zona-euro-fica-a-salvo-169017
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Re: Brexit
« Responder #243 em: Junho 14, 2017, 04:12:36 pm »
Parlamento Europeu pede clareza e rapidez a Londres


 

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Re: Brexit
« Responder #244 em: Junho 27, 2017, 01:27:51 pm »
Barnier exige a May maior nível de proteção dos cidadãos


 

 

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