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    • Prime Minister looks for concessions from EU on backstop December 12, 2018
      Open Europe's Dominic Walsh spoke to Al Jazeera English on December 11 about Prime Minister Theresa May's efforts to get assurances from the EU for the Brexit deal to pass the Commons.The post Prime Minister looks for concessions from EU on backstop appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Theresa May to face vote of no confidence as Conservative Party leader December 12, 2018
      Prime Minister Theresa May will face a vote of no confidence in her leadership of the Conservative Party tonight, after the threshold of 48 letters to Sir Graham Brady, Chairman of the 1922 Committee, was reached. Brady told BBC News that he had spoken to the Prime Minister and that she "was very keen that […]
    • Theresa May wants to reassure backbenchers over Irish backstop December 11, 2018
      Open Europe's Pieter Cleppe discusses the steps forward in Brexit negotiations on CNBC, as Prime Minister Theresa May goes back to the EU to renegotiate the deal.The post Theresa May wants to reassure backbenchers over Irish backstop appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Can the Government secure meaningful reassurances on the backstop? December 11, 2018
      Open Europe’s David Shiels takes a look at possible reforms to the backstop and whether they would be acceptable to Unionists in Northern Ireland.The post Can the Government secure meaningful reassurances on the backstop? appeared first on Open Europe.
    • What does the ECJ decision on Article 50 mean? December 11, 2018
      Open Europe's Aarti Shankar takes a look at the ECJ ruling that Article 50 can unilaterally be revoked and considers what this means for the Brexit process.The post What does the ECJ decision on Article 50 mean? appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Prime Minister delays Brexit vote to seek further “reassurances” from the EU on the backstop December 11, 2018
      Prime Minister Theresa May has delayed Parliament’s vote on the Brexit withdrawal deal in order to seek “reassurances” from the EU on the issue of the Irish backstop. The vote had been due to take place today. Speaking in the House of Commons yesterday, May said she recognised there was “widespread and deep concern” about […]
    • The Sunday Times: May to take tougher approach with Brussels to win Brexiteer support December 10, 2018
      Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to announce today that she will travel to Brussels in a final attempt to secure concessions from the EU on the backstop protocol, amid reports that senior ministers have told May she must take a tougher approach with the EU to win support for her deal, the Sunday Times […]
    • Reality Check: The false claims about the Brexit deal December 7, 2018
      The deal the UK and the EU recently reached on the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the Future Relationship has provoked considerable political debate and controversy. However, many of the claims made about the Brexit deal do not stand up to scrutiny. Below, Open Europe set out how the deal has been misinterpreted by […]
    • Parliament to vote on Brexit deal as planned despite reports of ministers urging delay December 7, 2018
      Parliament will vote on the Brexit deal agreed by the UK and the EU on December 11 as planned, the Government confirmed yesterday, as the Leader of the Commons, Andrea Leadsom, said, “The meaningful vote will go ahead next week as announced." This comes as Prime Minister Theresa May met with several Cabinet ministers yesterday evening to discuss […]
    • The Times: Prime Minister under pressure to delay Commons Brexit vote December 6, 2018
      Several Cabinet ministers are calling for Prime Minister Theresa May to delay Parliament's 'meaningful vote' on the Brexit deal, which is due to take place on December 11, The Times reports. Ministers including Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd and Home Secretary Saijd Javid have reportedly argue that while the Government should be making efforts […]

Google Duo Lets You Call People Without the App

Google has quietly updated Duo to allow users to call people who don’t even have the Duo app installed. This means that Google Duo users can make voice calls or video calls to their contacts using Duo even if the other person has never even heard of this particular messaging app. The number of messaging apps Google offers has been well documented. There’s Allo and Duo (which can now make voice calls) and Hangouts (which has been split into Chat and Meet). And all of them do pretty much the same thing. However, Duo does have a cool new trick…

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