Take a look at the world. What do you see? Do you see the vast, open plains of Africa?
After two years (and a month’s delay) Theresa May’s EU withdrawal agreement will today finally be voted on in the
U.S. President, Donald Trump has made a direct appeal to the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia, urging them to make
The European Union could hold new talks with the UK if MPs reject the Brexit agreement later today, Germany’s foreign minister Heiko Maas has said, but he ruled out significant changes to the treaty.
Trade Unions have raised arms in accusing the government of ‘failing to learn their lesson’ after the collapse of Carillion
Three top Banks are now on a Government Financial Crime Board: Have Banks got too big to be held accountable?
The Government has announced a new task force to tackle money laundering and financially-based organized crime which will involve executives
What do drones at airports, railway strikes and fare increases, dodgy Brexit ferry arrangements, and a 50% rise in crimes
An easy way out or best for UK prison system? Ministers Could consider scrapping prison sentences under 6 months.
Jail sentences of below 6 months could be scrapped to reduce mounting pressures on the prison system, the Minister for
The Government has pulled a U-turn on the Universal Credit two-child limit. Amber Rudd, Secretary of State for Work and
CFD Trading: Choosing the Right Platform in today’s global socio-economic and geopolitical conditions
As the age-old Chinese statement says: we “live in exciting times.” And, this is probably the understatement of the century.
“I, Daniel Blake” is legitimate social commentary, and the tension between fiction and reality is not as sharp or absolute
If you have seen the film, ‘Brexit: An uncivil war’, you will share the frustrations of the director of the