When Matteo Salvini's Lega won the state elections in Umbria in late October few, if any, noticed. Lega and the Brothers of Italy and Forza Italia took at whopping 53% of the vote, with Lega taking 37%.
While facial recognition tech is pretty handy, and even still somewhat jaw-dropping when applied to personal technology, such as Apple's Face ID, which is found on iPhones, widespread use of the technology...
The war on CO2 in the name of global warming is the worst case of mass hysteria ever experienced on planet earth. The EU has declared that it will sink a cool one trillion euros into its member states to be 'net-zero' by 2050. ? TN Editor
Ernest interviews Alessandro Fusillo (Libertarian Attorney in Italy, Germany) on predictions for the new year, EU, Brexit, etc..
A new review of EU money being spent in Libya to curb the flow of migrants has shown that the money is actually lining the pockets of warlords and people-smuggling networks to facilitate illegal migration. So far, the political bloc has spent $364 mi
France warns US it will hit back with the full support of the EU if Donald Trump imposes tariffs on French products in response to country's digital tax plans
Something odd is happening with Brexit. It looks like Prime Minister Boris Johnson is pushing for a hard Brexit much to my surprise.
A recent poll in Italy had 40% distrust of the EU.
British parliament has voted in favor of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan for the UK to leave the EU on 31 January.
"You're being rejected."
So unless something dramatic happens with the Chinese economy, if they comply with the US trade deal, they will be buying $100bn more from the US and less from someone else each year for the next two years.
The Eurozone economy continues to stumble into December, recording one of the weakest paces of growth since 2H13.
We expected a Tory victory, but not of this magnitude. The pound and other UK markets have surged in response.
Update (2:25pmET): With the first exit polls expected in fewer than three hours, the pound has extended its drop as traders abandon their positions ahead of what's expected to be a wild night for the British currency.
Having got through the ECB statement release unscathed with no changes or surprises, all eyes are now on Christina Lagarde's first press conference appearance as ECB president.
Poland is taking a stand against pedophilia and sexual perversion by establishing clear boundaries when it comes to sex education in schools. Now, the European Union is intervening in the matter, claiming that Poland is violating "human rights" b
Earlier this week, ECB vice president Luis De Guindos, speaking in an interview with El Mundo, offered a surprisingly candid take on how the ECB is distorting capital market, saying that while "we can still increase bond purchases or lower interest r
On Friday six European countries issued a bombshell joint statement declaring their intent to join INSTEX, or the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges, a European special-purpose vehicle serving as a 'SWIFT alternative' to bypass US sanctions on
The entire world, including the EU, is caving in to the climate emergency scam, in preparation for an economic reset that will make way for full-blown Technocracy to replace Capitalism and Free Enterprise. ? TN Editor
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Conservative candidate Boris Johnson are in an epic battle for the soul of Britain.
Shortly after German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz released his plan to complete the European Banking Union via the Financial Times, several reports surfaced claiming that Scholz had inexplicably neglected to inform Chancellor Merkel about the plan, t
Less than a year after his finance ministry failed to broker a merger between Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank in a bid to rescue the flailing German lending giant (Deutsche) and create a new national champion (or so he hoped),
Any hopes that the replacement of Mario Draghi, who on Halloween left the ECB more polarized than ever, as the core European nations revolted against the Italian's profligately loose monetary policy in an unprecedented public demonstration of discord
Nigel Farage has thrown down the gauntlet to Boris Johnson over the election strategy. Johnson has refused.