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by Berk Bektas We all remember the morning after Britain’s E.U referendum – shock and horror, or delight and joy, depending which way you voted. Brexit certainly shook up British politics, but it also had a major impact in Europe and the World. It showed the crumbling trust in the British political establishment by a growing… Continue reading Frexit after Brexit?
It has just been confirmed that Donald Trump will meet North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. The BBC has confirmed this, stating: “The shock announcement was made by senior South Korean officials in Washington, who passed on a letter from the North Korean leader. They said Mr Kim had also agreed to halt nuclear and missile… Continue reading Trump to meet Kim Jong-un, BBC confirm
The Labour Party has retaken the lead in the polls as Tory MP Ben Bradley was not only forced to officially apologise to Corbyn for his false claims that Corbyn was a colluder with the Communist regime of the former Czechoslovakia, he has also had to give a undisclosed sum of money to a charity… Continue reading Labour lead polls as Tory MP forced to apologise over Corbyn spy lies
If you’re voting for Labour National Youth Elections 2018, we urge you to vote for our founder and editor, Berk Burak Bektas, who is running for International Officer. Franglish Politics, which is entirely run by Mr. Bektas, has been dishing out Pro-Corbyn news ever since its creation in March 2017. You can check all our… Continue reading Vote our Pro-Corbyn Editor for International Officer
Today marks the 15th anniversary of the largest protest march in UK history. On this day in 2003, an estimated million-plus people marched in London in protest at Britain going to war in Iraq. The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who at the time was a back-bench MP and a leading figure of the Stop the War… Continue reading 15th anniversary of anti-Iraq war protest
The Socialist Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Arden, announced that she is pregnant and is expecting in June. As leader of the Labour Party, and New Zealand’s 40th Prime Minister, she will have 6 weeks off, her Deputy, Winston Peters, will fill in for her while she’s away. She said in a press conference… Continue reading New Zealand’s Socialist PM is Pregnant!