The Louvre museum in Paris will close its doors on Friday as officials work to move artwork away from rising floodwaters
A pinwheeling low pressure system edged westward from central Europe on Tuesday into Wednesday, spreading flood woes from Germany into Belgium and France.
Demographic data tell an interesting story about Britain’s EU referendum.
Today sees the publication of the IPR’s referendum policy brief, a document that brings together contributions from a number of academics with the purpose of informing readers about the issues at stake in the EU referendum. Many of these issues are not new, but the way they are debated has changed dramatically over time.
LONDON — On June 23 people across the UK will go to the polls to answer a very significant question with many consequences: Should they “Brexit” and leave the European Union or vote to stay?
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