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Boris Johnson - UK Politics News Headline

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal wraps “a suicide vest around the British constitution” and hands the detonator to the European Union, former foreign minister Boris Johnson said in comments that drew strong criticism. “We have wrapped a suicide vest around the British constitution – and handed the detonator to (EU chief negotiator) Michel Barnier,” Boris Johnson wrote. Here's the full story.

Aleksandar Vucic - Serbia Politics News

Vucic and his entourage were later stopped by Kosovo police on the road to the Drenica region and were told they couldn’t continue for security reasons. “I have never been fascinated by someone’s hatred. But when someone is so mean, showing some symbols that they believe we get offended by, well they are very mistaken,” said President Aleksandar Vucic, a former ultranationalist. “Now, I am even more determined to preserve peace, but also to preserve Serb institutions and Serb people” in Kosovo.Here's the full story.

Russia S-400 Triumph Air Defence Missile System News

“We will not just buy the S-400s and place them in a storehouse. We will use them if need be. These are defense systems. What are we going to do with them if not use these defense systems? Are we going to depend on the United States again? We have been demanding them for years, but the answer given to us has been: The [US] Congress is not allowing. We are tired of this,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in remarks broadcast live by private Turkish-language TGRT Haber television news network on June 12.Here's the full story.

Kosovo and Serbia

A group of activists calling themselves Citizens and Friends of the Balkans against Partition/Land Swap wrote an open letter warning about possible effect of the deal. “We implore the EU, its member states, and the United States to reconsider their position on such a return to ethnification of polities and frontiers,” the letter said.Here's the full story.

United Nations Security Council

“This evidence is being sufficient for our independent prosecuting authorities to bring criminal charges in relation to Salisbury attack and to issue European arrest warrants,” UK Ambassador to the United Nations Karen Pierce said. “With respect to these two individuals, we have obtained a European arrest warrant and we will shortly issue an Interpol Red Notice.”Here's the full story.

Brexit - UK News - EU Politics Stories - Europe

“Both Remain and Leave supporters have become markedly more critical of how both the UK government – especially – and the EU – somewhat less so – have been handling the negotiations,” Curtice said. “They have also become markedly more pessimistic about how good a deal Britain will get.”Here's the full story.

Jeremy Corbyn - UK Politics News Headlines

The code of conduct makes clear that even “contentious” comments “will not be treated as anti-Semitism unless accompanied by specific anti-Semitic content… or by any other evidence of anti-Semitic intent”.

It says: “The party will encourage considered and respectful debate on these difficult topics, but will not tolerate name-calling and abuse.”Here's the full story.

Jonathan Bartley, Sian Berr - UK Politics News

The Green Party leaders Jonathan Bartley and Sian Berry said they plan to drive a distinct path through politics at a turbulent time. Sian Berry: “People want politics with passion, they want people to actually stand for something, pick a side. That is what we do as the Greens.”Here's the full story.

Quim Torra - Catalan Politics News Headlines

Catalan leader Quim Torra will relaunch on Tuesday his region’s campaign to split from Spain, rebuffing an offer from the central government in Madrid for a referendum on greater autonomy that would fall well short of independence. Catalan leader Quim Torra said, “I will take it to the end. I will take it as far as the Catalan parliament wants me to go.”Here's the full story.

Theresa May - UK Politics News Headline Today

Theresa May is planning to introduce huge regulations on the way the internet works, allowing the government to decide what is said online.
Particular focus has been drawn to the end of the manifesto, which makes clear that the Tories want to introduce huge changes to the way the internet works.

“Some people say that it is not for government to regulate when it comes to technology and the internet,” it states. “We disagree.”Here's the full story.