Wednesday, 18 September , 2019

Scotland

Brexit: imperialist Britain faces existential crisis

Note We are reproducing here an interesting article on the probable demise of "imperialist Britain" as a result of the Brexit crisis.There is no...

Blowback. Brexit and its aftermath

By Klaus Dräger June 30, 2016 Commenting on his EU referendum pledge in 2013 and the referendum on Scottish independence, British prime minister David Cameron claimed in...

Johnson’s Westminster Cabinet is Far to the Right of Thatcher

By Craig Murray 25 Jul, 2019 I can only imagine that the media people who are saying this is the most right wing cabinet since the...

United Kingdom Trump weakens May’s hand, says Brexit deal ‘good for...

By Alice Tidey & Reuters 27/11/2018 US President Donald Trump dealt a major blow to Britain's Theresa May on Monday telling reporters that the draft Brexit...

“L’avenir sera populiste”, dixit Bannon, l’ex-conseiller de Trump

15 Novembre 2018 En milieu de semaine, Steve Bannon, l'ancien stratège du président américain Donald Trump, était invité à la conférence News Xchange à Édimbourg....

After May, Labour and Left Unity

Ian Parker The Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn has succeeded in breaking the hold of the Conservatives on British politics. It is Corbyn who has...

Scottish National Party seeks pro-European Union pact with Labour

By Steve James The Scottish National Party (SNP) is likely to emerge as the largest party in Scotland following the June 8 UK general...

The strange rebirth of the Conservative Party in Scotland

Following the recent local government elections in Scotland, the Conservative Party of Prime Minister Theresa May is now the second largest after the Scottish...

Senior British Politicians threaten war with Spain

Former UK Conservative Party leader Howard threatens war with Spain over Gibraltar By Julie Hyland Two senior British politicians have threatened that the Conservative government...

Searching for ways not to apply the Brexit referendum verdict

Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday that Britain would not trigger formal divorce talks with the European Union until a "UK approach" had been agreed, bidding to appease Scots who strongly oppose Brexit.