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Updated Thursday, November 25, 2021 – 02:22 Johnson reiterated the British claim that the European Court of Justice is “part of that fundamental imbalance”, since any dispute “is decided in the court of one party” Boris Johnson receives the Afghan troops. Brexit London calls on EU for “major changes” to customs protocols in Northern Ireland…

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A public spat between Steven Miles and Federal politicians have continued, but now the Deputy Premier bringing the media into the heated argument. Minister Miles today backpedaling on what has been said previously. Credit: The West Australian However, Federal Minister for Health Greg Hunt has today reiterated the original plan on Queenslands test requirements. Over…

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The prestigious Center for Legal Studies on Terrorism and its Victims (Celtyv) has denounced that a group of people hacked the Facebook pages of the entity that represents the affected families. There can be no doubt that the attack was the immediate cause of the results of the last elections. There is no dialectic that…

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“What happens at our borders is not a migration problem, but a security problem,” says the Vice President of the European Commission, Margaritis Schinas. Von der Leyen denounces the “all-inclusive offers: visas, flights, hotels and taxis and buses to the border” sponsored by Belarus The attempt to destabilization from European Union by the Belarusian President,…

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It is well known that every government, upon coming to power, tries to print its personal stamp on different constitutional provisions. To do this, he builds alliances, reaches agreements and tries to convince others that those proposed changes will benefit society or the development of Mexico. The current government was no exception to this phenomenon.…

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If it is not broke, do not fix it. This was the main message Thursday afternoon when the European Commission released its initial review of EU competition law, a process aimed at ensuring that rules introduced more than 60 years ago can keep up with the big boys. challenges of tomorrow. Since the early years…

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