Welcome to Franglish Politics! We offer political news from both the UK and France. Do check out are Articles by clicking the Articles tab at the top of the page. All articles are written by Berk Bektas who created this website.
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?
Many are asking what’s going on in the Middle East as tensions between Israel & Iran seem to be at an all time high. After Donald Trump pulled the US out of the 2015 Iran, the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) said that early on Thursday morning 20 rockets had been launched at its forward posts in… Continue reading Israel & Iran: On the brink of war?
The pro-Brexit campaign group Leave.EU have been fined £70,000 for breaches in the electoral law for the 2016 referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU. Key figures of the group have also been referred to the police due to ‘reasonable grounds to suspect’ criminal offences have been committed, according to the Independent. The Electoral Commission… Continue reading Leave.EU fined £70k by electoral commission
The BBC has reported that Amber Rudd has just resigned – this has been confirmed by Downing Street. This story is breaking news and will develop over time. By Berk Bektas Like our articles? Like our page and follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/Franglishpol/ I run and pay for this website all by myself (it isn’t… Continue reading Amber Rudd resigns, Downing Street confirms
ComRes/Sunday Express have published their latest polls. They asked 2,038 adults, and it looks tight, but the local elections in London will see Labour most likely win a landslide. With the polls for the UK general, Labour have a one point lead: CON 40 (-4) LAB 41 (=) LD… Continue reading Latest polls revealed for London and UK general
Amber Rudd has faced lots of criticism for her handling of the Windrush scandal and her supposed and/or alleged lack of knowledge of deportation targets despite receiving a memo about it – it seems clear now her position as Home Secretary is hanging by a thread. Once seen as a possible successor to Theresa May,… Continue reading Will Amber Rudd resign?