Eurosphere agenda: Farage retires because all like him disappoint their followers in the end…

Massive Attack has had it with the “bigots and racists” supporting Brexit.

Robert Del Naja, one half of the famed trip-hop duo, had some strong words to share about the United Kingdom’s vote to leave the European Union during a Friday set at the British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park.

Nigel Farage, a stock broker who spent years pretending to be a working class lad in a flat cap, has announced that he is quitting as leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party because now that he has “[his] country back” he wants to “get [his] life back.”

European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker sharply criticised politicians Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson as the “sad heroes” of Brexit who backed out of leading Britain through the EU exit they had campaigned for.
“Leaders made it clear that access to the single market means acceptance of all four freedoms, including the freedom of movement,” said European Council President Donald Tusk on Tuesday (5th July) in Strasbourg.

Chilcot tells us what we already knew – how do we implement?

Decisions to go to war don’t just analyze whether we can win. That is the easy part: the superiority of the western military machine makes this an absolute.

Chilcot’s Iraq: the missing piece

The response to a major report on Britain’s role in Iraq needs to grasp how war itself is changing.

Nato summit: Obama expects UK to continue Europe security role

President Barack Obama has said he expects the UK to remain a major contributor to European security despite its vote to leave the European Union.
If Middle Eastern countries fear infection from Syria’s civil war, so do many European countries fear infection by the British vote to leave their union.

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