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CIA death squads operate globally
The late Chalmers Johnson, a CIA consultant from 1967 – 1973, called for Langley’s abolition, stressing that democracy and the agency’s existence are incompatible.
Johnson's Brexit deal would cost UK economy £70b
Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal is expected to cost the UK economy as much as £70 billion over the next decade compared with remaining in the EU, according to one of the country’s leading economic think tanks.
Johnson makes final push to get Brexit done amid heightened uncertainty
The next few days is set to determine the fate of Boris Johnson’s new Brexit deal. Despite a major humiliation at the House of Commons on Saturday, and a further setback yesterday, the Prime Minister appears undaunted by the immediate challenges ahead.
Johnson says he’ll pull Brexit bill if lawmakers force delay
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was headed for a showdown Tuesday with lawmakers who want to put the brakes on his drive to push his European Union divorce bill through the House of Commons in just three days and take Britain out of the European Union by Oct. 31.
UK Commons speaker deals new blow to Johnson’s Brexit plan
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to lead Britain out of the European Union at the end of this month hit another roadblock Monday when the speaker of the House of Commons rejected his attempt to hold a new vote of lawmakers on his Brexit divorce deal.
UK vows Oct. 31 Brexit despite delay request
The British government insisted on Sunday that the country will leave the European Union on Oct. 31 despite a letter that Prime Minister Boris Johnson was forced by Parliament to send to the bloc requesting a Brexit delay.
UK lawmakers vote to delay final Brexit decision again
In a major blow to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, UK lawmakers voted Saturday to postpone a decision on whether to back his Brexit deal with the European Union, throwing a wrench into government plans to leave the bloc at the end of this month.
Brexit ball now in EU’s court: Johnson
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the European Union on Monday that the Brexit ball was in its court, and that the bloc should now urgently discuss in detail his proposal for breaking the deadlock in talks ahead of Britain’s departure on October 31.
Scotland Court: Johnson to seek Brexit delay if no-deal looms
UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, will seek an extension from the EU if he fails to secure a Brexit deal by October 19, court documents reveal.
Johnson makes final Brexit offer, draws cool EU reaction
Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a final Brexit offer to the European Union on Wednesday and said that unless the bloc compromised, Britain would leave without a deal at the end of this month.
UK says will table Brexit plan 'shortly'
Britain will give the EU new proposals for a Brexit deal "shortly", Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Tuesday, but rejected reports it would see customs posts along the Irish border.
British PM Johnson vows to stay put to hit Oct 31 Brexit deadline
Boris Johnson vowed on Sunday to stay on as Britain's prime minister even if he fails to secure a deal to leave the European Union, saying only his Conservative government can deliver Brexit on Oct. 31 no matter what.
More information emerges on Johnson's support for American model
Embattled Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been hit by fresh controversy, this time, focused on his tenure as London mayor.
Johnson travels to NY amid Brexit uncertainty
British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, travelled to New York yesterday to attend the United Nations (UN) General Assembly.
Cameron tells Johnson not to 'break the law'
Former Prime Minister, David Cameron, has waded into the Brexit imbroglio by warning PM Boris Johnson that breaking the law “is not a good idea”.

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