This December’s general election could be a momentous turning point for the United Kingdom — a nation deciding whether it will opt for a hard Brexit, a soft one, or even no Brexit at all.
President Trump isn’t the only senior US official supporting Boris Johnson’s re-election. Not by a long shot. While Trump lauds Johnson for his Brexit stance and his presumption
Britain’s failure to publish a parliamentary report on alleged Russian meddling is “inexplicable and shameful,” former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Tuesday.
I recently had the privilege of accompanying a Bulgarian friend to his citizenship ceremony here in London. Despite the tacky taste of awkwardness that regurgitates
If Brexit is supposed to mean anything, it’s that the UK will “take back control”, including a tighter grip on migration. The one and only policy Boris Johnson has repeatedly proposed
As the party leaders prepared for last night’s first ever climate debate, outside the three major party headquarters were seven courageous hunger strikers from Extinction Rebellion.
Three out of 10 children aged six to 11 do not even know that tuna comes from fish.
Last Friday’s attack in London by a 28-year old man, who had served time in prison for plotting detonate pipe bombs at the City’s stock exchange, demonstrated once again
Next week, the Nato heads of state and government will gather in the UK for the organisation’s 70th anniversary. On past form, a festival of celebration and self-congratulation