As the desperately close Brexit vote approaches, UK Labour MP Stephen Kinnock talks to Conflict Zone about why Britain should remain in the EU and how the country will have stronger sovereignty in the 28-member bloc.
EU and UK Brexit negotiators have paused talks until after this week's EU summit. Amid some speculation that officials would confirm a provisional Brexit deal on Sunday, the Northen Irish issue got in the way, again.
EU and British officials enjoyed a totally wasted Sunday and Theresa May is looking for her "inner Boudicca." Meanwhile, May's critics accuse her of "buying a pig in a poke" and claim Brussels is "boiling the UK frog."
In an open letter, top musicians have warned of a "cultural jail" if the UK leaves the European Union. Dog owners also turned out in London and Glasgow to make their voices heard for a "Wooferendum" against Brexit.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says she'll only do Brexit her way, and the UK's master of loose talk is back in the news. Meanwhile, Labour could have a last shot at a second referendum and London finance is taking a hit.
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