Withdrawal from the European Union

INSCOP poll: Majority of voters would go for nationalist party supporting traditional family

More than 59% of the respondents to an INSCOP poll would vote for a nationalist party that promotes religious values and supports the traditional family, however, about two-thirds would not support such a party if it promoted Romania's withdrawal from the European Union, the rapprochement with Russia or the restriction of the national minorities' rights.

Cyprus unemployment drops despite pandemic

Eurozone unemployment was stable at 8.3% of the workforce in December, the European Union's statistics office Eurostat said on Monday, despite continued coronavirus lockdowns in most eurozone countries.

Still, Eurostat said 13.67 million people were out of work in the 19 countries sharing the euro in December, up from 13.62 million in November.

Britain’s escape

After a dramatic period of four years and six months and a trade deal with the European Union, Britain has won back its independence - a fundamental right for every sovereign state which is now viewed as an anachronism, since nationalism - and patriotism even - are treated as evil. 

New Year, new rules: UK begins post-Brexit future

Britain on Jan. 1 began a new year and life outside Europe, after leaving the bloc's single market trading rules to go it alone for the first time in nearly half a century.

Brexit, which has dominated politics on both sides of the Channel since 2016, became reality an hour before midnight, ending the U.K.'s 48-year obligation to follow Brussels' rules.

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