British Election Brings Mayhem, by Jonathan Manthorpe Analysis
British voters have shown Prime Minister Theresa May the door. The implications of this drubbing for the Conservative government are profound, for May as Prime Minister, but with much deeper implications for Britain.
Prime Minister Theresa May made the following statement in Downing Street on Friday after she lost her majority in a national election…
UK Election a Debacle, Brexit Looms, by David Milliken and Kate Holton Report
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would lead a minority government backed by a small Northern Irish party after she lost an election gamble days before the start of talks on Britain’s departure from the European Union.
Comey Lands Punches, But No Knockout Blow, by Tom Regan Column
How Americans responded to testimony by former FBI director James Comey, before the Senate Intelligence Committee, had a great deal to do with their political persuasions.
Trump Cries Havoc! – Dogs (still) Kenneled, by Jonathan Manthorpe Column
Donald Trump, who pronounced Middle East rivalries a “battle between good and evil,” provides the world a master class on how ignorance and miscalculation by a United States president can trigger conflict and set the stage for war.
A Tribute to Oceans, a Reminder of our Reliance, by Sophie von der Heyden Expert Witness
World Oceans Day, an international event that’s commemorated on the 8th June every year, is a chance to reflect on the importance of oceans, whether you live next to the sea or many thousands of kilometres inland.
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