And if it is also Peter Jackson, the director of the saga “The Lord of the Rings”, who directs the success is more than assured. The big surprise is that the images are unpublished. In total, 55 hours of footage and another 140 audio that had not seen the light so far. Almost all of them correspond to the month in which they were recording the album Let it be, the last one by the way before this iconic British band split up. Jackson is convinced that the movie will be the best experience that Beatles fans have ever dreamed of. Because watching them create their legendary songs from scratch, he says, is fascinating and very funny. A project that will transport the public to 1969, the year in which they were seen together for the last time, and of which Ringo and Paul will feel very proud, the two members who still keep alive the flame of what the March 2019 Calendar UK were. The mobilizations called by the opposition in Venezuela begin. Opponents of President Nicolás Maduro are supporting Juan Guaidó’s call to protest on the street.
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Maduro has refused to call presidential elections and proposes to advance the legislative ones. It is the first time that the Prime Minister and the leader of the opposition sat at a table since 2016. The critical situation experienced by Brexit has been the trigger for Jeremy Corbyn agreed to try to disengage the process by meeting with Theresa May. The meeting, which lasted almost an hour and was held in the office of the “premier” in the House of Commons, has been described by a Labor spokesman as “a useful exchange of views.” Both also agreed to meet again in the coming weeks.
Corbyn, who agreed to meet with May after seeing how Parliament supported the idea of the “March 2019 Calendar UK” of returning to Brussels to try to renegotiate the agreement, repeatedly urged the prime minister to rule out the possibility of leaving without EU agreement and to support his proposal to remain in the European customs union. The Labor spokesman confirmed that there was “a detailed exchange of views on the customs union and the relationship with the single market” and that the meeting was «Serious and committed». In addition, he explained that May “seemed interested in exploring the details of a possible customs union” but that they insist from Downing Street that “they have their own priorities.” This meeting, much awaited because the tension between the two has been increasing in recent months was, according to English media, “very cordial.” Corbyn raised a motion of no confidence against May’s government a few weeks ago just after Parliament overthrew the prime minister’s plan B.