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What is the European Union?

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from thrillist

What Every Country in the European Union Is Best At

What Every Country in the European Union Is Best At Lithuania: Most secondary school graduates 93.4% of Lithuanians complete secondary school.

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from the Guardian

What is the EU?

What is the European Union? | Politics | The Guardian

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What every European country is the worst at

What Every European Country Is The Worst At Being the best at dropping out of school means you're the worst.

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from The Independent

TTIP is dead. But there's a new secret privatisation pact that's even more terrifying

The new TTIP? Meet TISA, the 'secret privatisation pact that poses a threat to democracy' | Government insists 'public services are under no threat whatsoever from this deal'

Since Brexit, the colloquial term commonly used for the British exit from the European Union, was proposed, there has been a great deal of speculation as to how Brexit would affect various financial markets. Now that Brexit is a reality, you may be wondering, as an investor, what the impact of the move has been so far and will be on the gold market looking ahead. Read more now.

Denmark is a part of the European Union – but with a few significant exemptions…

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London's Ex-Mayor Compares The European Union To Hitler | Zero Hedge.He added that "fundamentally, what is lacking is the eternal problem, which is that there is no underlying loyalty to the idea of Europe. There is no single authority that anybody respects or understands. That is causing this massive democratic void."

from Washington Post

40 maps that explain the world

30. What Europeans think about the European Union. Europe’s economic slump is no secret, but how people within the European Union feel about their big collective experiment can very widely. This map is a pretty telling indication of whom the E.U. has helped, whom it has hurt and who think they shouldn’t really count as European (read: the United Kingdom).