On Saturday, when we discussed the impact of the Spanish bailout for other European countries, focusing on Ireland which had promptly requested a renegotiation of its own terms to match those of Spain, we noted that “Syriza’s Tsipras should send a bottle of the finest champagne to de Guindos – he just won him the election.” It appears that the leader of the Greek anti-bailout party wasted no time to [...]
PoliticalNews.me - May 21,2012 – Ron Paul Endorsed by South Dakota State Rep. Jon Hansen
Young conservative leader says, “Ron Paul’s consistency and integrity goes unmatched in today’s political environment.”
LAKE JACKSON, Texas – 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul was endorsed by South Dakota State Representative Jon Hansen (R-Dell Rapids).
Serving his first term, the conservative upstart Rep. Hansen represents South Dakota’s 25th House District encompassing Hanson, McCook, and Minnehaha counties. His committee [...]
Feb 21 (Reuters) – Greek conservative leader Antonis Samaras, a strong contender to become next prime minister, welcomed the latest EU/IMF rescue package to avert a chaotic default on Tuesday but said its debt-reduction targets can only be met through economic growth.
“Without the rebound and growth of the economy … not even the immediate fiscal targets can be met, nor can the debt become sustainable in the long-term,” he told [...]
United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) supporters take part in a demonstr…
A United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) supporter with a mask of Prime M…
David Cameron on Monday suffered his largest parliamentary rebellion since becoming prime minister as around 80 Conservative lawmakers defied their leader to vote in favour of holding a referendum on Britain’s EU membership.
Cameron’s government, which is against holding a referendum, in the end won the House of Commons vote [...]
THE government has put its ambitious health-care reforms on hold, while David Cameron tries to calm a bout of anxiety in his coalition. However, many hospitals are already finding that a combination of rising costs, heavy debts and looming budget cuts is forcing them to seek mergers with stronger institutions or even private-sector takeovers. Even less palatable for the coalition—and patients—there are worries that as the government seeks to save [...]
By Karl Ritter
HELSINKI—Finland’s electoral commission says the conservative National Coalition Party has won the Nordic country’s election, while a nationalist party opposed to eurozone bailouts made the strongest gains.
With all votes counted, the conservatives won 20 percent [...]