Macron says Brexit referendum was ‘manipulated’

After Britain’s parliament resoundingly rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday warned of the dangers of referendum votes, and says the Brexit campaign was ‘manipulated from the exterior by a lot of what we call fake news’.

The border between N. Ireland and Ireland

Videographic locating the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. Britain’s parliament has resoundingly rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Criticism of the deal was focused on an arrangement to keep open the border with Ireland by aligning Britain with some EU trade rules.VIDEOGRAPHIC

Britain’s Parliament rejects Brexit Deal

(15 Jan 2019) British lawmakers have rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal by a huge margin, plunging U.K. politics into crisis 10 weeks before the country is due to leave the European Union. (Jan. 15)

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Crowds gather outside parliament for vote on Brexit deal

Crowds gather outside parliament as ministers vote on the Brexit deal. With just over two months to go until the scheduled Brexit date of March 29, Britain is still bitterly divided over how and even whether it should split away from the EU. IMAGES of crowds with flags outside the UK parliament.

Britain – EU relations

Videographic examining Britain’s troubled relationship with the European Union. The British parliament holds a historic vote Tuesday on the Brexit deal agreed with the EU and all sides are bracing for turmoil when the text is almost certainly rejected.VIDEOGRAPHICS

British Jews take German path to Europe after Brexit

A rising tide of descendants of Jews who fled Nazi-occupied Europe for Britain are now overcoming their misgivings and using a clause of the German constitution to get a European passport before Brexit hits.

Today in History for January 14th

(14 Jan 2019) Highlights of Today in History:George Wallace is sworn in;United States ratifies a peace treaty with Britain;, President Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill meet; Joe DiMaggio and actress Marilyn Monroe get married;Today Show debuts.

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Corbyn calls for general election to resolve Brexit deadlock

Britain’s main opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn calls for a general election “at the earliest opportunity” to resolve the current deadlock in parliament over Brexit during a speech at an electronic components factory in Wakefield. SOUNDBITE

UK Warehousing Association confirms Brexit stockpiling

The UK Warehousing Association (UKWA) warns that Brexit is already affecting capacity in Britain’s supply chains. The UKWA also stresses that the biggest effect of Brexit on the industry has been a so-called ‘Brexodus’ of eastern European workers.