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Live: Greek government in crisis, Brexit's eleventh hour, EU's far-right fears

14 Jan 2019 euronews

Good morning, Europe. Today we're watching:

Greek government in crisis: Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced on Sunday that he will call a confidence vote in the government after his coalition partner quit over a long-standing name dispute with neighbouring country FYR Macedonia

Brexit's eleventh hour: The UK government has made a fresh plea to MPs to get behind Theresa May's Brexit deal in Tuesday's crucial Commons vote. On Sunday, May warned lawmakers to back her Brexit deal or risk undermining people's faith in democracy.

European Parliament tries to tackle far-right fears: Members of European Parliament will meet in Strasbourg for the first session of the year. On Sunday, far-right parties in France and Germany launched their campaigns and lists for this summer’s European elections.

Poland stabbing: The mayor of the Polish city of Gdansk was stabbed while on stage at a charity event on Sunday. Pawel Adamowicz was attacked in the city during the finale of an event organised by the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity.

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Original Link: https://www.euronews.com/2019/01/14/live-greek-government-in-crisis-brexit-s-eleventh-hour-eu-s-far-right-fears

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