Victoria Friedman

Victoria Friedman

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UK Should Have Done a Trade Deal with Trump, Says Farage

Brexit leader Nigel Farage has criticised Boris Johnson for returning from his first in-person meeting with Joe Biden without hopes of starting negotiations for a trade agreement, remarking that a deal should have been struck during the Donald Trump administration.

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‘EU Absolutely Wants Its Own Army,’ Says Farage

Nigel Farage has again been vindicated in his predictions that the European Union wanted its own defence force following reports that France was willing to trade its seat on the UN Security Council to Brussels in exchange for an EU army.

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France Suspends Thousands of Health Workers Who Refused Covid Jab

French authorities have suspended 3,000 healthcare workers who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus, with France’s health minister saying that many have since agreed to be inoculated now that they had seen “the mandate was a reality”.

Medical staff members demonstrate against the compulsory Covid-19 vaccination for certain workers, and the mandatory use of the health pass called by the French government to access most public spaces, in front of the Health Ministry in Paris on September 11, 2021. - France began enforcing on August 9, 2021, …

BBC Appoints Anti-Brexit Establishment Journo for Top Job

The BBC has appointed the former editor of the left-wing HuffPost UK, who shared social media posts critical of Brexit and Boris Johnson, despite the corporation’s new director-general Tim Davie having said impartiality and representing the views of all Britons should be prioritised.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - OCTOBER 22: People walk near the entrance to BBC Broadcasting House on October 22, 2012 in London, England. A BBC1 'Panorama' documentary to be broadcast later tonight contains new allegations about the handling by BBC2 programme 'Newsnight' concerning claims of sexual abuse allegedly carried out by …

Bitter: Exclusion from U.S., UK, Aussie Defence Alliance Reinforces Need for EU Army, Claims France

France has reacted bitterly to the double blow of not only their contract with Australia for submarines having been cancelled, but Europe being “excluded” from the new defence pact between the UK, the USA, and Australia to counter communist Chinese aggression in the Indo-Pacific, claiming it heightened the need for “European strategic autonomy” — i.e., an EU army.

US President Joe Biden participates is a virtual press conference on national security with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (R) and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison in the East Room of the White House in Washington, DC, on September 15, 2021. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP) (Photo by BRENDAN …