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Brexit Bulletin: Rebels Everywhere

Brexit Bulletin: Rebels Everywhere

Today in Brexit: A rebellion and mass resignations expose Labour’s divisions over Brexit.
There’s a Gas Pipeline Deal to Be Done With Kim <span>Jong</span> Un. Any Takers?

There’s a Gas Pipeline Deal to Be Done With Kim <span>Jong</span> Un. Any Takers?

The idea of building a pipe to carry natural gas from Russia’s Far East to South Korea has been around since the 1990s. A thaw could revive it.
Benjamin Netanyahu Could Be Heading for a Fifth Term. Or to Court

Benjamin Netanyahu Could Be Heading for a Fifth Term. Or to Court

Israel’s economy is humming, but corruption allegations are swirling around the prime minister, and critics say the country’s democracy is at risk.
Pompeo Pushes Back Against North Korean Sanctions-Relief Claims

Pompeo Pushes Back Against North Korean Sanctions-Relief Claims

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo emphasized that Kim Jong Un wouldn’t receive sanctions relief until after his complete disarmament, pushing back against North Korean suggestions that penalties
World Cup Gives Nafta Nations a Rare Win-Win-Win in Age of Trump

World Cup Gives Nafta Nations a Rare Win-Win-Win in Age of Trump

After more than a year of cancelled visits, Twitter battles and threats to tear up two decades of increasing economic integration, U.S. President Donald Trump and his counterparts in Canada and Mexico
This Year's Best-Performing Commodity Is About to Hit a Snag

This Year's Best-Performing Commodity Is About to Hit a Snag

After tripling in value over the past year, European carbon permits might be near a peak and will probably fall by December, according to a Bloomberg survey.
Ending the Bitter Dispute Over the Name `Macedonia': QuickTake

Ending the Bitter Dispute Over the Name `Macedonia': QuickTake

The leaders of Greece and the Republic of Macedonia agreed, at least in principle, to end a dispute that has divided the Balkan neighbors for more than seven decades. The proposed solution to the row
Pompeo Arrives in Seoul to Brief Allies on Trump-Kim Summit

Pompeo Arrives in Seoul to Brief Allies on Trump-Kim Summit

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and South Korea Foreign Minister Kang speak at a joint news conference in Seoul about President Trump's meeting with Kim Jong Un. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie reports on
Trump-Kim Deal Signals North Korea May Never Give Up Its Nukes

Trump-Kim Deal Signals North Korea May Never Give Up Its Nukes

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un hasn’t given up a single nuclear weapon, but that didn’t stop President Donald Trump from reassuring Americans on Twitter that they should “sleep well” because the
Canada Warns U.S. Against ‘Mano-a-Mano’ Mantra on Foreign Policy

Canada Warns U.S. Against ‘Mano-a-Mano’ Mantra on Foreign Policy

Canada’s top diplomat has a message for the U.S.: the West isn’t infallible, and everyone needs friends.
Manafort PR Bid Led Ex-Chancellor to Vow Discretion—for a Fee

Manafort PR Bid Led Ex-Chancellor to Vow Discretion—for a Fee

Former Austrian Chancellor Alfred Gusenbauer promised to help Paul Manafort carry out a discreet lobbying campaign to help pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s image in the West in
Europe's Fragile Unity Crumbles as Migration Quarrel Spills Over

Europe's Fragile Unity Crumbles as Migration Quarrel Spills Over

Three summers after Europe’s biggest migration influx since World War II, the old wounds are reopening.
EPA’s Pruitt May Need to Resign, Key Republican Ally Says

EPA’s Pruitt May Need to Resign, Key Republican Ally Says

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt may need to resign, Republican Senator Jim Inhofe, a longtime friend of Pruitt’s, said Wednesday.
Trump Says He May Upset China on Trade as U.S. Tariffs Loom

Trump Says He May Upset China on Trade as U.S. Tariffs Loom

President Donald Trump said he’ll confront China “very strongly” over trade in the coming weeks, as his administration plans to announce on Friday a final list of tariff targets, which will be imposed
Expletives, Rebels and a Walkout: Brexit Sours U.K. Parliament

Expletives, Rebels and a Walkout: Brexit Sours U.K. Parliament

Brexit is having a dramatic effect on Britain’s Parliament, even considering its centuries of colorful and eccentric politics.
‘Disingenuous’ and ‘Insulted’: Labour’s Brexit Divisions Exposed

‘Disingenuous’ and ‘Insulted’: Labour’s Brexit Divisions Exposed

Prime Minister Theresa May isn’t the only U.K. political leader with a party that’s divided and increasingly belligerent over Europe.
Sen. Cassidy on North Korea, Health Care, Trade

Sen. Cassidy on North Korea, Health Care, Trade

Sen. Bill Cassidy, a Republican from Louisiana, discusses North Korea, his health care pricing proposal, and the impact of trade on U.S. jobs. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
Rep. Brat Says E-Verify Is Important Element of Immigration Reform

Rep. Brat Says E-Verify Is Important Element of Immigration Reform

Rep. Dave Brat, a Virginia Republican, discusses U.S. immigration reform with Bloomberg's David Westin and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power." (Source: Bloomberg)
Trump’s ‘Cult-Like’ Grip on GOP Keeps Most Party Members in Line

Trump’s ‘Cult-Like’ Grip on GOP Keeps Most Party Members in Line

President Donald Trump demonstrated his dominance over the Republican Party this week, serving notice to GOP lawmakers that they risk the wrath of their base by going against him.
Spanish Minister Resigns, Saying Sanchez Will Turn Page on Graft

Spanish Minister Resigns, Saying Sanchez Will Turn Page on Graft

Spanish Culture Minister Maxim Huerta resigned following reports he’d been sanctioned for tax fraud.