LONDON, Britain — UK voters head to the polls today to cast their vote in the much anticipated European Union Referendum.
As the last day of campaigning draws to a close, prediction polls suggest the EU Referendum could go either way.
The Leave.EU campaign have faced harsh criticism from both sides of the EU Referendum debate following a Tweet suggesting that remaining in the European Union would lead to an “Orlando-Style Atrocity” on UK soil.
At least 700 people have died in the Mediterranean Sea over the past week as three boats carrying migrants from several African countries capsized. All separate incidents, the three boats had left the Libyan coast and were heading toward Italy.
Robert D. Kaplan provides a refreshing overview of the geopolitical context of Greece’s financial crisis (WSJ, June 30; July 2 p. 16). His analysis is accurate but some points are missing.
On Nov 9 Reuters published an article quoting senior EU officials involved in gas negotiations. The bottom line: It’s worse than expected.