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?
TV host and National Treausre, Sir Bruce Forsyth, has died aged 89, it has been confirmed. The strictly come dancing host hadn't the best of health in recent months. He underwent surgery in 2015 after he suffered two aneurysms, which were discovered when tests were carried out following a fall at his Surrey home. He… Continue reading Sir Bruce Forsyth dies aged 89
David Miliband, a former Labour Minister and the brother of former leader of the Labour Party Ed Miliband has said there needs to be a second referendum on Britain's membership with the European Union on order to avoid "unparalleled act of self harm." The ex-foreign secretary said Brexit was an “unparalleled act of self-harm” and… Continue reading David Miliband demands second EU referendum to halt Brexit
China's President Xi Jinping has urged both Trump and Kim Jong-un to avoid heightening tensions, stating that both sides should avoid "words and actions" that worsen tensions, state media say. Xi Jinping urged calm during a phone call on Saturday with President Donald Trump. Though China is North Korea's ally, they don't have a very tightly-knitted relationship… Continue reading China warns Trump not to escalate North Korean crisis
One person has died after a car rammed into anti-fascist protesters as chaos ensues in Charlottesville in the state of Virginia, though it has not been confirmed if the person who has died was among those hit and injured by the car, though it is highly likely. Violent clashes between white nationalists attending a far-right… Continue reading One killed as car rams into anti-fascist protesters in Charlottesvilles, Virginia
Jeremy Corbyn has asked Trump and Kim Jong-un to "calm down" as tensions heighten between the two nations. Speaking in Bristol, Mr Corbyn said: “We cannot play fast and loose with nuclear weapons and nuclear threats because do you know what – a nuclear explosion doesn’t stop at national borders, it doesn’t stop at the vicinity… Continue reading Corbyn urges the US and North Korea to “calm down”