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One In, One Out
Big news: Germany and Turkey have hatched a groundbreaking plan to deal with migrants arriving in Europe. Usually our job at Scenes of Reason is to make the news less complicated, but the Berlin/Ankara migration pact needs zero simplification. Everyone arriving without papers in Greece will be sent back, and for every irregular migrant sent to Turkey from Greece, Europe will take one of those refugees. One in, one out. The idea is to tackle migrant smugglers while rewarding people who play by the rules and sit tight in refugee camps outside of Europe. The question we’ve answered at Scenes: will this finally beat the migrant smugglers? Knowing 4 Things The Media Doesn’t Tell You About Migrant Smugglers, probably not. The question we’re now asking at Scenes: doesn’t this put Turkey in a very powerful position?

Sharapova Didn't Get the Memo

Tennis star Maria Sharapova got in hot water this week. No she didn’t go swimming, she failed a drugs test at the Australian Open and all her big sponsors are calling her out on it. The drug of choice was Meldonium which Sharapova had been legally taking for 10 years until the World Anti Doping Agency (Wada) put it on the naughty illegal list in January 2016. Meldonium was developed for heart patients to aid blood flow and is not approved for sale in the United States. The former world numero uno says she failed to open email reminders from the ITF (International Tennis Federation) and the WTA (World Tennis Association) informing her the drug had been added to Wada’s list. Sceptics are saying the athlete had been blood doping to enhance her performance, Sharapova claims poor admin skills. She could face a four year ban, but the jury’s out as to whether she was purposefully deucing it up or whether it was all one big mistake.
Sanders Bucking the Trend

Democrat candidate Bernie Sanders had a surprise (but narrow - 49.8% v. 48.3%) victory in Michigan this week. Polling had suggested his opponent Hillary Clinton would get an easy win. The US is deep into its primary elections - with each state voting for the Democrat and Republican presidential frontrunners - and it seemed Clinton was settling into a comfortable elevator ride to the nomination following a string of victories across southern states. Not so comfortable any longer.

The question now is whether Sanders will continue to buck the trend - and whether it will be establishment pragmatist Clinton or anti-establishment Sanders who will be facing the likely Republican frontrunner Donald Trump for the White House spot.   

The Queen backs Brexit, claims The Sun

 

Two great British institutions - The Sun and Buckingham Palace - locked horns this week over claims that the Queen spoke with “venom and emotion” against the EU, and “let rip” at then-Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg that Brussels was heading in the wrong direction. This reportedly took place during a lunch attended by a handful of other government ministers, and the story comes from a “highly reliable source.” The British monarch is supposed to remain politically neutral, and Buckingham Palace was royally pissed off, commenting that “we would never comment on spurious, anonymously sourced claims.” Cleggy’s line is that he doesn’t remember the convo.

If you prefer to make up your own mind on the EU referendum - rather than base it on what the Queen may or may not have said - get the basics on the referendum in under 5 minutes here, and stay tuned for our impartial fact checks on what the In and Out campaigns have to say on immigration, the cost of EU membership and more.

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