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Boris Johnson: The Public Don’t Want Another Referendum, the Public Want Brexit!

"The public don't want another referendum. What they want and what they demand is that we honour the promise we made tot the voters to respect the first referendum." This was announced by the Prime Minister of Great Britain in his Twitter feed.

"I don't want an election, we are leaving EU on October 31"

After an urgent Parliament session, Johson said that "there are no circumstances in which I will ask Brussels to delay. We are leaving on 31 October, no ifs or buts". He called on the MPs not to vote for the delay, AP reported last night.
In a brief TV address, he urged the MPs not to undermine British negotiation position with European Union.

Editorial: From Alexis to Boris

The times have changed and an era has arrived in which even in the oldest parliamentary democracy, Britain, which has an unwritten and inviolable constitution, Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who internationally is said to have the traits of a charlatan, shut down Parliament for five weeks in order on the one hand to avoid being toppled and on the other to use the prospect of a no-deal Brexit as

The cruellest walls

On April 18, during a riot in Derry, the second city of Northern Ireland, a 29-year-old journalist, Lyra McKee, was shot dead, probably by a paramilitary republican. Her funeral brought together politicians from both sides of the political and religious divide which has caused thousands of violent deaths since 1968. At the front of the congregation were the Irish and British prime ministers.

The Total Income Per Household Increased by 8% in the 1st Quarter of 2019

The total average income per person per household in the first quarter of 2019 is BGN 1519  and increased by 8 per cent over the same period in 2018 and the total cost was BGN 1403 and increased by 11 per cent over the same quarter last year.
This was announced by the National Statistical Institute.