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Frexit after Brexit?

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?

New poll shows Labour could win landslide in next election

A new poll has shown that Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party has sky rocketed to a new peak in the polls. According to Survation, Labour is 8 points ahead of the Conservatives. Survation is the same pollsters who predicted the the 2017 General Election most accurately. State of the parties – December 3rd (changes vs Survation polling 4th-5th… Continue reading New poll shows Labour could win landslide in next election

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US Supreme Court allows Trump’s “Muslim travel ban” of 6 countries

Donald's Trump travel ban on six countries which are mostly populated by Muslims has been ruled legal by the US Supreme Court, and so will therefore go fully into effect. The rules apply to people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen, as well as to all refugees. It means people without "close" family or… Continue reading US Supreme Court allows Trump’s “Muslim travel ban” of 6 countries

Mugabe DEFIES Coup, despite being expelled by Party

Zimbabwe's leader Robert Mugabe has defied Coup plotters by vowing to stay in power as he addressed the nation, despite intensifying pressure on him to stand down. In a live address on national television, Mr Mugabe said he would preside over the ruling party's congress in December, despite Zanu-PF sacking him as party leader, giving him… Continue reading Mugabe DEFIES Coup, despite being expelled by Party

It’s no surprise Populism is on the rise – history is repeating itself

The past decade has seen a rise in populism. Only in the past 2 years in the UK, UKIP nearly had 4 million votes in the 2015 elections (but due to FPTP held only one seat), we saw the rise and fall of Scottish Nationalism, the rise of the left of Labour and the death… Continue reading It’s no surprise Populism is on the rise – history is repeating itself