Belgian PM offers to quit in crisis started by migrant row

Belgium's Prime Minister Charles Michel leaves the Royal Palace after he submitted to King Philippe his resignation from the post, in Brussels, Belgium, December 18, 2018. REUTERS/Francois Walschaerts

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Belgium Prime Minister Charles Michel offered to resign on Tuesday after opponents tabled a no confidence vote in a political crisis triggered by differences over immigration. In office since 2014, Michel lost the support of the biggest party in his coalition, the Flemish N-VA, last week in protest at his support of […]

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