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    Was that the most depressing item ever on the Today prog?
    Feb20

    Was that the most depressing item ever on the Today prog?

    Alt Text: Columnist Nigel Horne BBC reporter goes to Wolverhampton South West and finds not one student interested in voting Column Nigel Horne Friday, February 20, 2015 – 8:55am Early morning listeners to Radio 4’s Today programme are still recovering from one of the most depressing interviews they have ever heard on the show. It...

    EU ‘guilty of sleepwalking’ into Ukraine crisis
    Feb20

    EU ‘guilty of sleepwalking’ into Ukraine crisis

    Britain and the European Union are guilty of “sleepwalking” into a crisis in Ukraine, a scathing report from a British parliamentary committee has said. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    EU ‘missed warning signs’ in run-up to Ukraine crisis, report says
    Feb20

    EU ‘missed warning signs’ in run-up to Ukraine crisis, report says

    The EU and its national governments made “important analytical mistakes”, a report by a group of members of the UK’s House of Lords has concluded. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine marks bloodbath that led to war
    Feb20

    Ukraine marks bloodbath that led to war

    Anniversary of events in Kiev that sparked overthrow of President Viktor Yanukovich …read more Source: Financial...

    UK ‘catastrophically misread’ Ukraine crisis, claims report
    Feb20

    UK ‘catastrophically misread’ Ukraine crisis, claims report

    The Government has been accused of “sleepwalking” into the crisis over Ukraine in a damning report. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Poroshenko peacekeepers plea gets cool reception
    Feb20

    Ukraine: Poroshenko peacekeepers plea gets cool reception

    President Petro Poroshenko’s call for peacekeepers to be deployed to monitor Ukraine’s fragile truce has failed to win widespread support. In Kyiv,… …read more Source:...

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 20 Feb 2015
    Feb20

    Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Friday 20 Feb 2015

    VITAL GREECE TALKS AFTER GERMAN SNUBEurozone finance ministers are preparing for a vital third meeting in Brussels to try to solve the Greece crisis – but Germany has already snubbed the Greek plan for a half-year deal which would effectively replace the bail-out. Germany said the plan “does not meet the criteria” already laid out by...

    Normandy Four foreign ministers agree to develop recommendations for Contact Group
    Feb20

    Normandy Four foreign ministers agree to develop recommendations for Contact Group

    The ministers agreed to work our recommendations for the contact group on the Ukrainian settlement aimed at the implementation of all provisions of the Package of Measures for the Implementation of the Minsk Agreements signed in Minsk on 12 February 2015. …read more Source:...

    Pro-Russian Ukraine rebels ‘have broken truce 250 times’
    Feb20

    Pro-Russian Ukraine rebels ‘have broken truce 250 times’

    Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine have broken a days-old ceasefire more than 250 times since it went into effect earlier this week, a US official said Thursday. …read more Source: France...

    Bulgaria’s Debt Proposal ‘Imposed from Outside to Finance War’ – Nationalist Leader
    Feb20

    Bulgaria’s Debt Proposal ‘Imposed from Outside to Finance War’ – Nationalist Leader

    Bulgaria is being imposed from abroad the EUR 8 B debt proposal now put forward for a vote in Parliament, nationalist Ataka party’s leader Volen Siderov has argued. Siderov has told the Bulgarian National Television that the prospective foreign borrowing is to be used “for military purposes”.The leader and lawmaker, who recently...

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