‘Brussels’, Britain and Barnier have often been misrepresented – not least by our prime minister. Now the truth is coming out
It was characteristically shrewd of the European Union’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, to place an assessment of the real state of play in last weekend’s Sunday Telegraph.
It was in the Sunday Telegraph over the years that Boris Johnson, when he was based in Brussels, devoted his so-called reporting to consistently misleading stories about what our membership of the EU was really about.
When the deluded army of Brexiters goes on about the British people having spoken, I start counting the spoons
Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters gathered downtown for a march to the U.S. Consulate on Sunday, calling on President Donald Trump to liberate the Chinese-ruled city, the latest in a series of demonstrations that have gripped the city for months.
One of the interesting parts of the Japanese Nintendo Direct was the news that the first three ‘Dragon Quest’ games would be ported to the Switch to commemorate the launch for ‘Dragon Quest XI S’. However, we now know this release will also be localized.
Australia’s prime minister is eyeing plans for a cashless debit card for welfare recipients and defended a proposal to drug test some job seekers, setting the government on a collision course with opposition lawmakers and welfare groups when parliament returns on Monday.
Firefox now plans to make DNS over HTTPS (DoH) its default browser setting. And it’s a decision that will prompt serious debate.
Japan’s Foreign Minister Taro Kono is being considered for the role of defense minister when Prime Minister Shinzo Abe reshuffles his cabinet next week, the country’s Sankei Shimbun reported on Sunday.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday said he canceled peace talks with Afghanistan’s Taliban leaders after the insurgent group claimed responsibility last week for an attack in Kabul that killed an American soldier and 11 other people.
Prices are at record levels and demand is growing for fishermen north of the border after China imposed tariffs on live lobsters
Long hours, rolling ocean swells, and the occasional spring snowstorm are all part of the job for Francis Morrissey.
“It’s bred into you from the time you’re a child: you either like the ocean or you don’t,” said the fisherman and business owner from the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. “Even when I’m in the office, I wish I was out there.”
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The bus was about to depart Libourne one afternoon last month when a passenger noticed a wasp crawling at the top of a window.