Prime Minister Theresa May signed her letter of notification to the President of the European Council setting out the United Kingdom's intention to withdraw from the European Union. [Jay Allen/ Flickr]

Brexit has once again taken Twitter by storm as British Prime Minister Theresa May signed a letter last night (28 March) launching the process for the United Kingdom’s exit from the EU.

Making everything Franco again: Vox leader Santiago Abascal.

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Equality is relative: Migrant rights demonstration, Madrid.

It ranks as high as class. Few issues have become as common to politics as migration. Whether it be the United States, the EU or Russia, we live in an era in which foreigners are as much a source of …

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We would like to thank Dave Sinardet (@DaveSinardet) for debating with the participants of Beers&Politics Brussels. As Dave Sinardet said: “If you think that you understand Belgian politics, it hasn’t been well explained to you”. It seems that Dave did …

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