From the never-ending Brexit shambles to politicians being unable to put party squabbles aside long enough to actually govern the country, the future looks bleak ahead of the general election.
The gap between the Conservatives and Labour is closing. A Kantar poll was published on Tuesday that showed the Tory lead falling from 18 points to 11, with Labour gaining
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will promise on Wednesday to get Britain out of its Brexit “rut” if he wins a Dec. 12 election, saying the world is baffled by why the country
You’ll probably have happened upon the fairly dismal debate about the four-day week that’s erupted since Labour mooted the idea. The reaction to it from the Tory Party
When he assumed the American presidency, John F Kennedy declared that the torch had been passed to a new generation. It was a phrase that struck a chord around the world
It’s an internet meme, a T-shirt, it was even used by New Zealand’s millennial Green Party MP Chlöe Swarbrick to silence a heckler amid a powerful speech demanding
From across the pond, there’s a question puzzling Americans: Why would your parliament issue a snap election and not a second referendum? After all, another vote would
No matter how you try to frame it, this election has degraded into a shouting match between factions calling each other out for various levels of extremity.
If there is one stark reality facing Britain after Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s election landslide, it is that there would be no second referendum and divorce from