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Saturday, June 25th 2016 - 11:59 UTC

Corbyn's leadership questioned: Labour MPs submit no confidence motion

Dame Margaret urged Corbyn to “do the decent thing” and stand down in the way that David Cameron had.

A motion of no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been submitted by two Labour MPs. Dame Margaret Hodge has submitted a motion - seconded by backbencher Ann Coffey - to the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP), her office said.

Saturday, June 25th 2016 - 11:52 UTC

Northern Ireland calls for a referendum on a united Ireland

“The British government now has no democratic mandate to represent the views of the North in any future negotiations with the European Union” said Mc-Guinness

Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness called for a referendum on a united Ireland shortly after the UK voted to leave the European Union.

Saturday, June 25th 2016 - 11:34 UTC

Ambassador Lyster-Binns confident the UK economy is large and strong

Cameron´s resignation announcement next October, can be understood because the head of the government put all efforts and conviction in the Remain vote.

United Kingdom´s Leave victory did not come as a great surprise, since the race was too tight, but that was the decision of the people and the economy is large and strong, admitted British ambassador in Uruguay, Ben Lyster-Binns, in a television interview.

Saturday, June 25th 2016 - 11:29 UTC

UK´s Leave vote is of great concern for Argentina, admits Malcorra

“We are seeing a great shock to world institutions, a very strong blow”, but Malcorra insisted “nothing is going to happen, the exit will be a very slow process”.

The exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union is of most concern to the administration of Argentine president Mauricio Macri, said foreign minister Susana Malcorra. “It is a shock for world institutions”, but it's too early to gauge the impact on the Falklands/Malvinas discussions.

Saturday, June 25th 2016 - 11:08 UTC

Falklands/Malvinas discussions with Argentina 'more complicated' because of 'British nationalism' resurgence

Currently UK is immersed in a strong nationalist feeling. If this spirit in the post-referendum does not erode, it will be difficult to hold discussions”, said Assange

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange anticipated that the exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union will further complicate negotiations with Argentina regarding the Falklands/Malvinas sovereignty dispute because of a “resurgence” of what he described as British nationalism.

Saturday, June 25th 2016 - 10:53 UTC

Argentina's chances of advancing Malvinas claim not enhanced by Brexit, says Cisneros

 “Even weakened, you can't force the UK to engage in sovereignty discussions. Not even inside or outside of the EU. And we are far from that”, said Cisneros

The Leave victory in UK and its impact on the Falklands and Argentina's ongoing claim over the Islands was addressed by Argentine academics and diplomats. Probably the man with most experience and knowledge in the trilateral relation between London, Buenos Aires and the Falklands is former Deputy foreign minister Andres Cisneros, who worked next to Guido Di Tella.

Friday, June 24th 2016 - 22:10 UTC

Oi telecommunications US$ 19bn bankruptcy, the largest in Brazil's history

Oi sought protection from creditors on 65 billion reais (US$19 billion) in debt after failing to reach a restructuring agreement following a long saga of mergers

Brazilian telecoms giant Oi has filed the largest bankruptcy request in the country’s history, after failing to reach an agreement with creditors.

Friday, June 24th 2016 - 20:51 UTC

Scotland's Sturgeon admits second independence referendum “highly likely”

In Edinburgh, Ms Sturgeon said: “It is, therefore, a statement of the obvious that a second referendum must be on the table, and it is on the table.”

Scotland's first minister has said a second independence referendum is “highly likely” after the UK voted to leave the EU. Nicola Sturgeon said it was “democratically unacceptable” that Scotland faced the prospect of being taken out of the EU against its will.

Friday, June 24th 2016 - 19:15 UTC

Spanish caretaker minister calls for Gibraltar joint sovereignty, following Brexit

“The Spanish flag on the Rock is much closer than before,” Spain's acting Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo said on Friday.

The Spanish government has called for joint sovereignty over Gibraltar in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the EU. The British overseas territory of 30,000 voted overwhelmingly for remain, with 95.9% opting to stay in the union.

Friday, June 24th 2016 - 18:43 UTC

Falklands will continue to engage with UK and negotiate to retain trade access benefits

“Once complete, and alongside other Overseas Territories, we will continue to engage with the UK Government regarding the exit process” said Gilbert House.

The Falkland Islands Government said on Friday it will be working with the public and private sector to further investigate the impact of Brexit on the Islands.

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