“Leave” win tremors: sterling falls; Bank of England on full alert; “EUexit” domino calls

England and Wales voted strongly for Brexit, while London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backed staying in the EU.England and Wales voted strongly for Brexit, while London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backed staying in the EU.

The UK has voted on Thursday, 23 June, to leave the European Union after 43 years in a historic referendum. Leave won by 51,9% to 48,1% with England and Wales voting strongly for Brexit, while London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backed staying in the EU.

Colombia signs historic cease fire to end half a century armed conflict

Castro handed the document to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC chief Rodrigo Londoño, who shook hands amid applause.Castro handed the document to Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and FARC chief Rodrigo Londoño, who shook hands amid applause.

An agreement aimed at ending more than five decades of conflict between the Colombian government and the FARC guerrilla group was signed in Havana on Thursday at a ceremony presided over by Cuban head of state Raul Castro.

Falklands defend their right to self-determination at UN Decolonisation Committee in New York

Falkland Islands Government (FIG) representatives, Mike Summers and Gavin Short  today spoke at the United Nations (UN) Decolonisation Committee in New York, Falkland Islands Government (FIG) representatives, Mike Summers and Gavin Short today spoke at the United Nations (UN) Decolonisation Committee in New York,

Falkland Islands Legislative Assembly members, Mike Summers and Gavin Short, speaking early today at the Special Committee on Decolonisation at the United Nations in New York argued that the Falkland Islands and its people have the right to determine their own future. Argentine Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra is scheduled to present Argentina&r...

Gibraltar Spanish flag incident: culprit admits 'politically motivated' stunt; sentencing on Tuesday

Mínguez Martinez admitted participating in the ‘politically motivated’ stunt and pleaded guilty to a charge of conduct likely to cause a breach of the peace. Mínguez Martinez admitted participating in the ‘politically motivated’ stunt and pleaded guilty to a charge of conduct likely to cause a breach of the peace.

The President of a Spanish far right political party, Vox Madrid, has pleaded guilty to one count of conduct likely to cause a breach of the peace in Gibraltar. It follows his arrest on Monday after a large Spanish flag was unfurled on the West side of the Upper Rock. His appointed lawyer told the court his client, Juan Ignacio Minguez Martinez,...

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