UK’s Farage says Dutch ‘No’ would boost Brexit support


According to the exit poll conducted by Ipsos for national broadcaster NOS, turnout was 32 percent.Thomson ReutersFarage, leader of the UKIP and MEP attends a debate at the European Parliament in StrasbourgVOLENDAM, Netherlands (Reuters) – The leader of Britain’s UK Independence Party said on Monday that a Dutch vote against an EU treaty with Ukraine would give a boost to the Brexit camp less than three months from a British referendum on quitting the 28-nation bloc. The Dutch cabinet could use the non-binding referendum results to ask the European Union to reopen negotiations with Ukraine and change the treaty, but it could also cause the ruling coalition in the Hague to collapse. The poll had a margin of error of 3 percent.As ballot boxes closed across the country Wednesday, voters appeared to have dealt another blow to Europe in the referendum. Ex-Barclays traders in the dock
Mathew was the London-based submitter of the Libor rate that the traders dealt with, Hines said. Mr Hines told the court the traders were dealing with “eye-watering” sums of money. In order for the referendum to be considered valid, at least 30 percent of the population eligible to vote must cast their ballots.The proposed EU-Ukraine treaty aims to strengthen not only economic and political ties.But many voters had remained puzzled about what the referendum was all about.”I think it’s good to have a referendum, to be able to say what we think of Brussels. It’s important”, one voter, who identified himself only as Bert, 49, told AFP. Android Auto becomes available in 18 new countries, including Russian Federation and Brazil
By connecting an Android phone to the compatible vehicle or radio, Android Auto will display applications on the vehicle’s screen. Android Auto is Google’s in-car information and entertainment center, using an Android phone to control navigation and music. It remains unclear what the results will mean for the Netherlands – which now holds the rotating European Union presidency. There was no immediate response from the government to the exit poll numbers.Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko voiced confidence in Dutch support, but his inclusion in the so-called Panama Papers tax evasion scandal has turned off some Dutch voters.In an interview earlier this year with a Dutch newspaper, EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned that a “No” vote “would open the door to a great continental crisis”.Anti-immigrant far-right Dutch MP Geert Wilders tweeted to supporters: “Everyone vote today”. US is a nation of immigrants: Michelle
Even the rural schools invited to the White House this spring show a focus on food access and nutrition for minority students. The schools have a 6,400-square-foot garden and a small orchard, worked by elementary, middle and high school students. British polls suggest that younger people overwhelmingly back continued European Union membership, in sharp contrast to the more eurosceptical over-55s – a contrast that Farage attributed to the influence of university education.