Thursday, 22 August , 2019

Brexit

The Neocon Strategy for Britain and Europe

Brexit, Iran, Huawei: What John Bolton’s ‘interim deals’ could cost How far from European policy will the US national security adviser try to pull the...

Trump dangles trade deal for Britain’s tougher line on Iran &...

By Finian Cunningham 13 Aug, 2019 It’s more than coincidence that on the first day of US National Security Advisor John Bolton’s visit to London this...

Des élections européennes pour quoi faire ?

Par Danielle RIVA Ces élections européennes ont été impactées par 3 questions essentielles : les flux migratoires, le climat, la question sociale. L’absence d’une politique des...

‘We will give people the choice’: Corbyn to back new Brexit...

9 Jul 2019 The Labour leader said the incoming Conservative prime minister should hold a second referendum, adding the party would campaign to remain in...

Corbyn says Labour would back remain in Brexit referendum

Email to members stops short of setting out party’s stance in event of early general election By Heather Stewart Tue 9 Jul 2019 Jeremy Corbyn...

Jeremy Corbyn Faces a Crisis of His Own Making

Brexit and an anti-Semitism scandal are putting the Labour leader under pressure By Therese Raphael July 15, 2019As Britain’s Conservative Party tears itself apart over Brexit, Labour...

Ukania’s Great Privatization Heist

by Kenneth Surin March 20, 2019 Margaret Thatcher was very good at telling tall tales. Ukania’s tragedy is that far too many Brits fell for these tales. Probably...

Corbyn says any new Brexit deal should require a new vote,...

19 Jun, 2019 Although Jeremy Corbyn has historically been skeptical of the EU, he is now backing calls for a second referendum on Brexit, with...

The (ex-Goldman Sachs) American leader of the European Far Right!

Paris (AFP) Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon hailed election results for the European Parliament on Monday and said the idea of further European Union integration...

Against a second Brexit referendum

The British people, failed by their natural representative, the Labour Party, opted for the nationalist radicalism of Farage’s UKIP. Thus, the demagogues won. But...