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Global press freedom under threat, says Reporters Without Borders

Across Europe and much of the world, journalists are facing increased hostility, but progress in Africa is a sign for hope. That's according to...
Brexit identities

Brexit identities: how Leave versus Remain replaced Conservative versus Labour with...

The Brexit culture war in numbers Brexit’s impact on the UK electorate is bad news for the two main parties. The Brexit culture war is gathering...
EU US trade talks

EU-US trade talks move forward: Trump brings a basket of tasty...

Brussels cleared the hurdle Thursday for launching trade talks with the United States No waiting for Brexit for your CHLORINE CHICKEN It's been two years...
political system

We’ve lost faith in the political system

75% of people say the main political parties are so divided within themselves that they cannot serve the best interests of the country.  The audit...
second referendum.

Labour could be ‘finished’ if it backs second EU referendum, party...

Labour chairman Ian Lavery warned that the party could be “finished” if it backs a second referendum. Mr Lavery reportedly told leader Jeremy Corbyn that...
Talks between Corbyn May

Brexit: Talks between Corbyn and May break down

BREXIT talks between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn broke down after Labour accused the Tories of failing to offer any “real change or compromise”. According to a spokesman for the Opposition, the Prime...
visa waiver for UK citizens

EU Parliament approve ‘no-deal Brexit’ visa waiver for UK citizens

The European Parliament on Thursday approved a law allowing Britons visa-free travel to the bloc even in the event of a “no deal” Brexit,...
Jeremy Corbyn

Labour MPs call for Jeremy Corbyn to deliver on Brexit

Labour Party MPs have urged leader, Jeremy Corbyn, to go the “extra step” if there is a chance of agreeing a Brexit deal in...
Corbyn and the Labour

Corbyn and the Labour Party being setup to play Patsy

On the eleventh hour now it seems like we are entering a form of cross-Party talks that will lead to a consensus on how...
Common Market 2.0

Back to the Future with Common Market 2.0

The Labour Party will order its MPs to support the so-called Common Market 2.0 plan during tonight's indicative votes, a sources say. What is Common...