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    World Brexit: UK finally agrees free trade deal with EU – Linda Ikeji’s Blog
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    World Canada, Britain sign interim deal to avoid tariff increase after Brexit – Vanguard News
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    Metro Brexit: Nigeria may benefit from new trade deals, changes in visa requirements, others – The Guardian Nigeria News

    Activists attend an anti-Conservative government, pro-Scottish independence, and anti-Brexit demonstration outside Holyrood, the seat of the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh on February 1, 2020. Britain began its post-Brexit uncertain future outside the European Union on Saturday after the...
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    World Queen approves suspension of British parliament ahead of Brexit debate - The Cable

    Queen Elizabeth II has given approval for the suspension of the British Parliament. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, British had earlier announced the request that the parliament be suspended for five weeks. read more
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    Video Nigeria News Today - Go Round And See The Beauty Of My Country, Buhari tells Ben-Shosan

    Today's News Highlights Include: PDP’ Bello Mutawalle set to become governor after supreme court verdict – Daily Trust Theresa May announces...
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    World Theresa May announces her resignation – the Guardian

    Theresa May has bowed to intense pressure from her own party and named 7 June as the day she will step aside as Conservative leader, drawing her turbulent three-year premiership to a close. Speaking in Downing Street, May said it had been “the honour of my life” to … Read more via the...
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    World Theresa May: Trump told me to sue the EU – BBC News

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTheresa May reveals the advice President Trump gave her over Brexit Donald Trump told Theresa May she should sue the EU rather than negotiate over Brexit, she has told the BBC. The US president said on Friday at a joint … Read more...
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    World Could the U.K. Vote Again on Brexit? The Prospects Are Rising – New York times

    Like the majority of voters in this gritty part of northern England, Alan Wood voted for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union largely, he says, because of immigration. But lately, as he watches his government’s stumbling efforts to negotiate departure, Mr. Wood has begun to suspect...
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    World Brexit: British PM, Theresa May, Calls For General Elections on June 8

    British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Tuesday for an early election on June 8, saying it was the only way to guarantee political stability for years ahead as Britain negotiates its way out of the European Union. “I have just chaired a meeting of the cabinet where we agreed that the...
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    World Brexit: Theresa May Triggers Article 50, Officially Begin UK's Departure From EU

    Theresa May on Wednesday officially triggered Article 50 and begins Britain’s process of leaving the European Union. The Prime Minister has signed the letter that starts the formal exit process. The letter informing the European Council of Britain's intention to leave the European Union has...
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    World Brexit: Theresa May To Trigger UK's Exit From EU On March 29

    Prime Minister Theresa May will officially notify the European Union, EU of the United Kingdom's decision to leave Wednesday, 29th March. BBC reports that Downing Street said she would write a letter to the EU’s 27 other members. Talks on the terms of the departure and future relations are...
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    World Brexit: UK To Grant Nigerians, Others Fast-tracked Visas

    The United Kingdom, UK, is making plans to amend its border control system to benefit citizens from 52 Commonwealth countries, including Nigeria. Forty-five members of the UK parliament said Commonwealth countries may get fast-tracked visas to the UK after Brexit if the proposal sails through...
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    World Brexit: Supreme Court Says Parliament Must Give Authorization Before Article 50 is Triggered

    The Supreme Court today ruled that Parliament’s approval is needed before the government can trigger article 50 and formally initiate the UK’s departure from the European Union. The justices ruled against the government by a majority of eight to three; GUARDIAN UK reports. The judgement...
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    Metro 12 Powerful Losers in 2016

    2016 can never be forgotten in a rush as events that unfold the scene shook the world and some personalities. The significance flows from the unprecedented political events to economic decline, gambling and fumbling. Here are 12 powerful losers in 2016. 1. Ibrahim Magu: DSS indictment and...
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    Business 5 Best Performing Currencies In 2016 [See LIST]

    The Bloomberg LP has ranked Nigeria’s Naira as one of the world’s four worst performing currencies in 2016. The five best performing currencies of the world are the Russian ruble Brazilian real the Palladium the Iceland krona, and Silver, which appreciated by 21.31 per cent, 20.96 per...
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    World Brexit Might Be Delayed, and Here is Why

    The U.K. must hold a vote in Parliament before starting the two-year countdown to Brexit, a panel of London judges decided, likely setting up a constitutional confrontation at the country’s Supreme Court next month. “If notice is given under Article 50, it will inevitably have the effect of...
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    World Brexit: David Cameron Missing As EU Leaders Meet

    European Union leaders are meeting on day two of what has become a crisis summit in Brussels, but without the UK after its vote to leave the bloc. The 27 other member states will discuss plans for the UK's EU exit, with the UK absent from negotiations for the first time in 40 years. On...
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    Metro Biafra: IPOB Sends Strong Warning to British Prime Minister Cameron

    The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, have accused British Prime Minister David Cameron of exhibiting hypocritical attitude towards the Biafran course. In a statement made available by the spokespersons of the group,‎ Barrister Emma Nmezu and Dr. Clifford Chukwuemeka Iroanya‎, the group...
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    World UK's EU Commissioner Resigns

    The UK's European Commissioner Lord Hill is to stand down, saying "what is done cannot be undone" after the UK voted to leave the European Union. He said he did not believe it was right for him to carry on with his work as the commissioner in charge of financial services. But he will stay on...
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    World Hilary Clinton Reacts to UK's Decision to Leave European Union

    Hilary Clinton has reacted to the United Kindgom's decision to leave the European Union. Read Hilary's statement below: We respect the choice the people of the United Kingdom have made. Our first task has to be to make sure that the economic uncertainty created by these events does not hurt...