Sunday, 12 July , 2020

Tories

Dominic Raab thanks Cuba for allowing coronavirus-stricken cruise ship to dock...

March 17, 2020 THE government praised Cuba today after the socialist country allowed coronavirus-stricken British cruise ship MS Braemar to dock in Havana. Foreign Secretary Dominic...

La géopolitique de l’élection britannique

Par Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 5 décembre 2019 Les élections britanniques prévues le 12 décembre constituent une étape importante pour l'évolution de la situation européenne et mondiale. Il...

Tories use first day back to attack the disabled

DWP removes option for claimants to choose whether work assessment outcomes are reported to GPs December 17, 2019 THE new Tory government has wasted no time...

Big business lines up behind the Tories to stop Corbyn

By Nick Hallsworth, 2 Dec 2019 As the temperature rises in this general election, the battle lines have become ever clearer. On one side is...

The Geopolitics of the British Election

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Dec. 5, 2019 The British elections scheduled to take place on December 12th constitute a milestone for the evolution of the European and...

Behind Johnson: The most dangerous, pro-war and pro-finance forces of US...

How the right’s radical thinktanks reshaped the Conservative party In the wake of the Brexit vote, ultra free market thinktanks have gained exceptional access to...

The MRP poll predicts a big win for the Tories –...

Major YouGov poll points to comfortable 68-seat majority for Boris Johnson on 12 December Nov.27, 2019 It is billed as the poll that came closest to...

Boris Johnson: He hates Putin but he likes Russian Mafia!

Boris backs off his Russia-bashing rhetoric when it comes to discussing Tory Party donors 15 Nov, 2019 British PM Boris Johnson has voiced some harsh views...

Johnson leads race to succeed May, but he’s not the only...

A dozen Conservative MPs are jostling to replace UK leader, and several would maintain her support for Israel. A key question is who would...

U.K. election: the Tories’ last gamble?

By Radhika Desai and Alan Freeman Even in an age of political and electoral upsets, Thursday’s U.K. election contained so many shocks that commentators...