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    • Rising European nationalism and EU elections April 18, 2019
      Open Europe's Anna Nadibaidze appears on TRT World's Roundtable programme to discuss the rise of Eurosceptic parties and their influence on European Parliament elections. The post Rising European nationalism and EU elections appeared first on Open Europe.
    • New poll puts Brexit Party in lead for European Parliament elections April 18, 2019
      A new poll by YouGov puts the new Brexit Party led by Nigel Farage in first place for the European Parliament elections, which are due to go ahead in the UK on 23 May if the Withdrawal Agreement has not been ratified. The poll, conducted between 15 and 16 April in Great Britain, shows the […]
    • European Elections in France: Macron leads the polls, but Euroscepticism is rife April 17, 2019
      Open Europe's Jacob Osborne examines recent political developments in France ahead of the upcoming European elections.The post European Elections in France: Macron leads the polls, but Euroscepticism is rife appeared first on Open Europe.
    • European Parliament Brexit coordinator criticises Article 50 Extension April 17, 2019
      The European Parliament Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt told MEPs yesterday that a six-month extension to Article 50 is "too near for a substantial rethink of Brexit and at the same time too far away to prompt any action," adding, “My fear is that with this decision, the pressure to come to a cross-party agreement disappears.” […]
    • How did the Brexit process unfold? April 16, 2019
      Open Europe's Dominic Walsh features in Global News Canada's explainer of the Brexit process.The post How did the Brexit process unfold? appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Donald Tusk: UK MEPs retain full rights and obligations during extension April 16, 2019
      European Council Donald Tusk told the European Parliament this morning, "One of the consequences of our decision is that the UK will hold European elections next month. We should approach this seriously, as UK members of the European Parliament will be there for several months, maybe longer. They will be full members of the Parliament, […]
    • Government and Labour “testing” Brexit proposals as talks continue April 15, 2019
      Minister for Cabinet Office David Lidington yesterday told BBC’s Andrew Marr show that talks between the Government and the Labour Party will “certainly continue next week” but they will “not last for months,” as both sides are “testing” each other’s proposals to solve the Brexit impasse. He explained, "What we have found in terms of […]
    • European elections: Greens most likely to capitalise on increasing German political division April 12, 2019
      Open Europe’s Zoe Alipranti argues that European elections in Germany are likely to reflect an increasingly fragmented political system, highlighting the problems facing the SPD, the consolidation of the Eurosceptic AfD and the rise of the Greens. The post European elections: Greens most likely to capitalise on increasing German political division appeared first on Open […]
    • Even after the extension, Brexit options remain the same April 12, 2019
      Open Europe's David Shiels discusses Brexit developments on RTE News Prime Time programme on 11 April.The post Even after the extension, Brexit options remain the same appeared first on Open Europe.
    • Theresa May: date of UK’s departure from the EU remains a decision for Parliament April 12, 2019
      In a statement in the House of Commons yesterday, the Prime Minister Theresa May defended her decision to agree to an extension of Article 50 to 31 October. She told MPs she had won assurances that the UK could leave earlier if it passed a deal, saying, “For example, if we were to pass a […]

The Most Exciting Pet Gadgets Of CES 2018

In addition to being the year of the smart home, 2018 is the year of connected gadgets for your pet. After all, who says wearables and other connected devices are reserved for humans? A dog or cat is just like a member of the family. It only makes sense that tech companies would target our love for them with connected pet toys. If there’s something you regularly use for your dog or cat, there’s probably a smart version at CES. Actijoy Pet Tracking System Just like people, dogs can be overweight. If you leave food out all day, your dog will…

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