Nigel Farage made an impassioned, final speech to the European Parliament, getting cut off when he and others in the British delegation waved British flags. Farage is leader of the Brexit Party and member of the European Parliament for South East England. The Brexit Party led the British movement to exit the European Union, which […]
As of this writing, the final results aren’t in– so take the early news with a grain of salt. But the British press and analysts seem to be celebrating or mourning, depending on where they stand, what looks like a big victory for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson. And the opposing Labour Party could have […]
It’s not just the U.S. Southern border. There’s a mass exodus of migrants from Africa, the Mideast and Central America to the U.S. and Europe. Sunday on Full Measure, Scott Thuman will take us to a hot spot in Northern Africa where a geographical quirk creates a land border between Africa and the Europe. It’s […]
Our cover story this week on Full Measure looked at what’s behind Brexit, what’s taking so long, and what it all has to do with us. Here’s the transcript of the report from London. Today, we begin with disgust over establishment politicians and division among the parties. We’re not talking about the U.S. but Europe […]
What is Brexit really about? Behind the scenes reflections you won’t hear anywhere else. Investigative producer David Bernknopf joins Sharyl for this edition.
Sunday on “Full Measure,” we’ll take you to London to dig into what’s really behind the British vote to exit the European Union, what’s taking so long, and what it has to do with all of us– and President Trump. We’ll also have an update on our reporting about federal tax dollars paying for sometimes […]
The latest unscientific poll at SharylAttkisson.com shows strong support among respondents for the British exit from the European Union. The exit remains stalled three years after the referendum vote on June 23, 2016 as politicians grapple with how to execute it. Part of the problem is that those responsible for negotiating the terms are largely […]