Shoppers walk in the business district in Berlin. Associated Press
So far, I have said that Boris Johnson is likely to be heading for disaster. He seems unlikely to get a Brexit deal through parliament, and parliament is unlikely to allow him to take Britain out of the EU without a deal. Thus he seems to be heading for a “people against parliament” election, in which he asks
It seems the man with the Mandela placard is seen as no more trustworthy or principled than Boris Johnson. An Opinium poll published over the weekend found that less than a quarter of the public thinks Corbyn is “trustworthy” — a lower share than Johnson — and 36 per cent find him principled, the same
Promising a fix for our broken social care system has become a right of passage for new prime ministers in recent times. From Blair to May, social care has consistently been a priority; at least in rhetoric if not in reality. Now, in his inaugural speech, Boris Johnson, has followed suit, committing to give “every older
Jacob Rees-Mogg is the newly appointed Leader of the British House of Commons. In his first few days in office he issued a directive to all his staff. That directive states that there are certain words and phrases his staff cannot use when communicating with external parties. In addition to banning these words
Europe emerged from a double-dip recession in the second quarter with stronger-than-expected growth of 2 per cent over the quarter before, according to official figures released Friday,
European regulators have fined Amazon 746 million euros ($886 million) for data protection violations. Amazon said in a regulatory filing on Friday
Daimler will keep a 35% stake in the trucks division it plans to spin off this year, the luxury carmaker said on Friday, giving more details on a landmark corporate split it hopes will boost share values.