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NEW: ‘Yellow Vest’ protester James Goddard defends calling Anna Soubry a Nazi, and denies anti-immigrant Gab posts are “far right”.

NEW: ‘Yellow Vest’ protester James Goddard defends calling Anna Soubry a Nazi, and denies anti-immigrant Gab posts are “far right”. https://t.co/W3FPkoTedD pic.twitter.com/0eJ7gYc5U1 — Mirror Politics (@MirrorPolitics) January 8, 2019 Source: Twitter Advertisements

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BPA Pressemitteilung Unterzeichnung des Vertrages zwischen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und der Französischen Republik über Zusammenarbeit und Integration

Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung Unterzeichnung des Vertrages zwischen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und der Französischen Republik über Zusammenarbeit und Integration Der Sprecher der Bundesregierung, Steffen Seibert, teilt mit: Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel und der französische Präsident Emmanuel Macron werden am 22. Januar 2019 einen bilateralen Vertrag über Zusammenarbeit und Integration unterzeichnen. […]

The FT View: When Nissan’s Carlos Ghosn finally got his day in a Tokyo courtroom after 50 days behind bars, he looked gaunt

The FT View: When Nissan's Carlos Ghosn finally got his day in a Tokyo courtroom after 50 days behind bars, he looked gaunt — with a complaint that he was 'finally' allowed to speak in his own defence. His case highlights Japan's harsh justice system. https://t.co/PwpeWeC8Ev — Financial Times (@FinancialTimes) […]

“The border infrastructure issue on the island of Ireland is the only red line the Irish government has actually put into these negotiations.”

EXCLUSIVE | "The border infrastructure issue on the island of Ireland is the only red line the Irish government has actually put into these negotiations." Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney sat down for an exclusive interview with @ShonaMurray_. https://t.co/RyqrrRd2GZ pic.twitter.com/KnKRfZc2nL — euronews (@euronews) January 8, 2019 Source: Twitter

Irish Prime Minister Simon Coveney speaks to @ShonaMurray_ about the Irish ‘backstop’ as Brexit inches closer.

#RawPolitics | "If it is ever triggered, it will only be there for a temporary period". Irish Prime Minister Simon Coveney speaks to @ShonaMurray_ about the Irish 'backstop' as Brexit inches closer. https://t.co/oGBUKSkOpN pic.twitter.com/yJ2QcQJiu0 — euronews (@euronews) January 8, 2019 Source: Twitter

If landlords have limited reserves — or if they’re squeezed by a continuing shutdown — they could be pushed to delay critical repairs

If landlords have limited reserves — or if they’re squeezed by a continuing shutdown — they could be pushed to delay critical repairs, seek additional financing, raise rents, or ultimately evict tenants, Hoffman says. https://t.co/smzaZVPgrQ (6/6) — MSNBC (@MSNBC) January 8, 2019 Source: Twitter

#Breaking: A Government spokesman says the defeat on the amendment does not change the fact the UK is leaving the EU on 29 March and it will work with Parliament

A Government spokesman says the defeat on the amendment does not change the fact the UK is leaving the EU on 29 March and it will work with Parliament to ensure the tax system works smoothly in all Brexit scenarios — Sky News Breaking (@SkyNewsBreak) January 8, 2019 Source: Twitter

#Breaking: Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, apparently shared polling data during the 2016 presidential campaign

Breaking: Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, apparently shared polling data during the 2016 presidential campaign with Konstantin Kilimnik, a business partner in Ukraine who allegedly has ties to Russian intelligence. https://t.co/693f5knFkV — Los Angeles Times (@latimes) January 8, 2019 Source: Twitter

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