'It is possible when the winds turn southerly, we may see a few thunderstorms but that will only be in the southern regions and South West Slopes.' … [Read more...] about Australia’s east coast to be smashed by a heat wave with Sydney to hit 29C on Thursday – but the hottest weather in months will bring wild winds and dust storms
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Iglesias delights in taking aim at what he calls “the caste,” referring to the regime that has governed Spain since 1978. His strong condemnation of the ruling class has struck a chord with Spaniards, particularly the one in four unemployed who have yet to see any tangible effects of the economic recovery touted by PP leaders. “Their discourse is framed as not a question of right or left, but rather one of above and below,” says José Pablo Ferrándiz of polling group Metroscopia. “The underlying question – are you suffering the crisis the same way as the rest of us? – really resonates with people.” … [Read more...] about Across Europe disillusioned voters turn to outsiders for solutions
Lamberts contends the Greens could gain in Italy in the 2024 European elections from voters disillusioned with the Five Star Movement. His optimism is not borne out by recent opinion polls, which show Italy’s Europa Verde almost invisible at 1%. But his main hope is for France and Germany, after Greens won major French cities in recent local elections and continue to be touted as a coalition partner in a future German centre-right/green government. … [Read more...] about Greens grow in Europe, but politicians can’t take all the credit
To deliver on such collective vision requires collaboration and joint decision-taking on an unprecedented scale. As Macron makes clear, the collective spirit of Europe, which is far beyond the specifics of the European Union, has never been more essential.Nick RobinsonAssociate professor in politics and international studies, University of Leeds … [Read more...] about Are we citizens of Europe or just consumers of a common market?
And so it must be welcomed that the government wants to push for market-oriented solutions to the current crisis, and apparently no longer is pursuing the socialist idea of a making the state a shareholder in private companies through a government-financed fund. The concept was called for by an alliance of Social Democrats, the Greens and trade union bosses in Germany, but was brushed aside on Tuesday. I'm eager to learn what's next on the negotiating table when Chancellor Angela Merkel calls a summit. … [Read more...] about Opinion: Germany’s car industry gets cold shoulder from Berlin