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Brexit has a 70% approval rating, and Socialism is dead in England

It`s funny to watch Great Britain and the United States at the moment. In the U.S, the conservatives lost the election and Biden and his left wing democrat administration won. In the U.K, Boris Johnson and his conservative friends won in a landslide. The same can not be said about Biden.

They are both outside of the EU and Trump and Johnson was considered to be a win against socialism. Take a look at the slogan Johnson has; Build back better. They are leaving the business club EU and want to build back better.

But take a look at Biden and his slogan; Build back better. Biden and the democrats wants to build back what Trump did. They are on two different planets, with two different world views.

Everything has been great with the Labour Party for years, but they have been in trouble before. One of the most deprived areas of the UK, the blue-collar port saws its steel industry collapse in the 1970s and 80s and the unemployment rate remains among the highest in the century.

Politically, it`s backed the Labour Party at every UK election for almost half a century, but then came Brexit.

As of April 12, Boris Johnson`s approval rating remain very high at 70%. Not only that. Brexit has also a 70% approval rating, so there is not doubt that the people in Great Britain support the conservatives and Brexit.

According to Nigel Farage, the Labour Party is finish in England. The country is about the change rapidly. Queen Elizabeth said in the Parliament a few days ago that the UK will strengthen the borders. Legislation will also be introduced to ensure the integrity of elections.

They saw what happened in Georgia during the U.S election and learned from the mistakes in the U.S. Dead voters will have problems to vote if they have to show up personally with a picture on the voting day.

Freedom of speech will also be protected. This is very similar to whats happening the U.S. They are both about the change rapidly. What a interesting world we are living in.

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Norway`s trade surplus plunged NOK 24 billion in August

Norway`s trade surplus plunged NOK 23,8 billion in August this year. All the way down from NOK 30,5 billion to NOK 6,7 billion in the same month the prior year. This is happening in a country that is famous for being «the last Soviet state.» A country were the Communist party is growing in popularity like never before.

But is doesn`t matter, because most of the income is coming from oil and gas. In addition; they have $1 trillion in assets called The Government Pension Fund Global, also known as the Oil Fund. The fund was established in 1990 to invest the surplus revenues of the Norwegian petroleum sector.

The fund have stocks in 9158 different companies in 73 different countries. Most of the capital is invested in stocks and some of it in fixed income securities. A small part of the investments is invested in the real estate market.

The goal is to contribute to the walfare state.

Therefore, the fund and the country is dependend on sustainable growth, markets that works well and inovation.

Oil prices jumped more than 20 percent on Monday and that`s good news for Norway. The higher the price of oil, the more they earn. 62 percent of Norway`s export comes from Mineral fuels, oils and distillation products.

We all know that these category is on the way out. So, the “new oil” is fish that stands for 9,5 percent of the exports. In other words; this model is fragile.

The biggest trading partner is the United Kingdom with 22 percent export. Second is Germany with 16 percent. Third; Netherlands at 11 percent, France and Sweden with 6,7 percent. Down on the export list we will fine the U.S at 4,7 percent and China with 2,1 percent.

Two of the biggest trading partners are in trouble. United Kingdom with Brexit and Germany near recession. In addition; we have the trade tension between the U.S and China. As you can see; a higher oil price came at the right point for the fund as 62 percent of the exports comes from oil.

Brent climbed as much as 20 percent on Monday and that is the biggest percentage move since 1990 Kuwait invasion. It jumped up to $71 per barrel in the seconds after the open, before pulling back about half of the initial surge. That was equivalent to $12 increase, and that is the largest gain in dollar terms since 1988. All this is good news for Norway that is dependend on oil.

But the Nobel Peace Prize Country need to wake up, because this won`t last forever. Higher oil prices is good but that is not enough. The Petro dollar can also be a game changer in addition to all the electric vehicles that is flooding the market. Every single EV sold will decrease the demand for oil every single day.

Nor is fish enough. Oil is good especially if you are in a cartel business. You don`t have much competition either because oil is very limited in other countries. 70 percent on this planet is water and there are lots of fish in it. Other countries can start to compete in the fish industry whenever they want. Fish is not as unique as oil. Competitors can pop up and take market shares and push the prices down. Like Russia.

Russian aquaculture is planning a new RUB 1,5 billion smolt plant and that will reduce the dependence of Norwegian fry imports. Russian Aquaculture produces around 18,000 tonnes of salmon and trout on the Kola peninsula, the for northwest of Russia. Among the owners of the company are Maksim Vorobyov, the brother of the governor of Moscow.

Russia will triple the production in 11 years. The deputy head of Russia`s Fedral Agency for Fisheries Vasily Solokov has told Tass that the Russian government is drawing up plans to make salmon production account for 37 percent of all aquaculture by 2030.

Some Russian producers are hoping to increase production to cover one third of the country`s entire salmon and trout consumption. A peninsula in northern Russia which is close to key military bases and nuclear submarines is being used to grow the country`s salmon farming regime.

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Robert Mueller`s highly anticipated congressional testimony will start on Wednesday and it will be a freak show

The storm has arrived. Robert Mueller`s highly anticipated congressional testimony will start on Wednesday. Robert Mueller will testify on Capitol Hill on Russia investigation findings. The Russia was a hoax but the MSM have told you the opposite. So, let`s watch the hearings closely.

All this is coming only a week after Jeffrey Epstein is in the spotlight for sex trafficking. Another ugly case that will expose dirty secrets about the elite. Epstein have a lot of big names on the table, so this is going to be a storm.

Sometimes you need a bullie to be a president and Trump is at the White House at the right time. Sex trafficking is a huge problem in the U.S. It is also a multi billion dollar business. Even worse is that the elite establishment is involved.

They try to link Trump to Epstein, but Trump is not in the flight log to Epstein`s Little St. James «Lolita» Island. Epstein assaulted the 14-year-old daughter of an employee, and Trump kicked Epstein out of his Mara Lago golf club and banned him for life. Trump also said a few days ago that he is not a fan of Epstein.

Epstein is a co-founder of the Clinton foundation and Trump said that Clinton can get some trouble in this case. A few days ago, Clinton said in a statement that he knows nothing about the pedophilia charges about Epstein.

The Mueller hearing is also coming only a few days after the British ambassador Kim Dorrock has resigned after his leaked e-mail about president Trump. Sir Kim Darroch is reported to have said in private that the Trump administration is «dysfunctional,» and that Trump is «insecure,»

A group of people in the Deep State tried to stop Trump from being the next president in the U.S. Mr Steele is one of them and he hated Trump and was paid for his lies. He is a former MI6 agent.

MI 6 is the Secret intelligence Service (SIS), commonly known as MI6 which is the foreign intelligence service of the government of the United Kingdom. The name MI6 means Military intelligence , Section 6.

Robert Mueller is born in New York. He is an American lawyer and government official who served as the sixt Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) from 2001 to 2013. In 2001 after the 9/11 attack, he told the world that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. That was a big lie.

Rep. Peter King said that severe, serious abuses by FBI and CIA in Russia probe is going to come out. That`s all this is about: Abuse of power.

William Barr slams Mueller hearing as «public spectacle» for the Dems and former congressman Trey Gowdy said the upcoming Mueller testimony and DOJ investigation into FISA abuse will be a freak show. The show starts on Wednesday.

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No-deal Brexit means less Italien Prosecco for the Britons

No deal is not only bad for the United Kingdom but also for the European Union as well. No deal will make them both suffer economically. Populist-Italy is already into a recession and a no deal will not make it any better.

A no deal means less Italian Prosecco for the U.K. Britons bought a record 164 million bottles of champagne and sparkling wine last year, but the effects of Brexit has hit Prosecco long time ago. For the first time in over a decade, exports of Prosecco to the U.K are slowing.

Prosecco is made from Glera grapes grown in the area surrounding the village of Prosecco near Trieste in north-east Italy. In 2015, Prosecco overtook champagne as Britain`s favorite sparkling wine, but it seems like the popularity has peaked for a while.

According to UHY Hacker Young, the Prosecco sales increased by only 5% compared with the previous year which is the smallest annual sales growth since 2011. A 5% decrease in sales isn`t bad, but it is bad compared to several yars of double-digit growth, and this can only be the beginning if we se a no deal between the U.K and the E.U.

Britons consumed 112,7 million bottles of DOC Prosecco in 2016 and exports to the U.K, U.S and Germany accounted for 75% of the sales.

If Boris Johnson want a bottle of Prosecco on Valentines day, he have a great chance to buy it at a normal price, but it can be one of the last chances because a no-deal Brexit will stifle trade and limit choice.

A deal win-win deal will help them both. Italy will sell more bottles of Prosecco and Britons will continue to enjoy a wide range of quality sparkling wines on Christmas eve later on this year. A deal without tariffs.

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Trump had a gala dinner at Blenheim Palace, the ancestral home of former Prime Minister Winston Churchill

President Donald Trump is on a four-day visit in Great Britain, and he had a gala dinner on Thursday with British and American officials at Blenheim Palace, the ancestral home of former Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Mr Trump is a big fan of Churchill.

Earlier this year he showed the film called “Darkest hour” in the Oval office, which is a war drama film. It stars Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill, and is an account of his early days as Prime Minister, as Nazi Germany`s Wehrmacht swept across Western Europe, threatening to defeat the United Kingdom during World War II.

The German advance leads to friction at the highest level of government between those who would make a peace treaty with Adolf Hitler, and Churchill, who refused. Britain lost the Empire, and the West lost the world. Now, we have Brexit and a populist tsunami. What now Europe?

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