As resignation's pile on, and as Jacob Rees-Mogg even went as far as to submit a letter of no confidence after challenging Theresa May in the Commons, is Theresa May about to be ousted? People online have joked about a possible "coup" being organised as you read this against Theresa May and her Premiership, but… Continue reading A Very British Coup: Is the Government on the Brink of Collapse?
According to the Associated Press, several UK and Irish sources are reporting that the UK and the EU have agreed a draft deal. Theresa May will call a special cabinet meeting for tomorrow and try to get her cabinet on side for a vote in the Commons. This is a developing story, more on this… Continue reading BREAKING: Britain and EU reach draft Brexit deal; UK Cabinet to consider it at special meeting
It's official, the Conservative Party receive twice more money from the dead than it does from the living "Legacy payments" as they call it totalled £1.69m, while membership fees contributed only £835,000, according to the party's 2017 accounts. Among the bequests the party received was £582,358 from German-born Gerda Winder, who died aged 86 last… Continue reading Tories receive twice more money from the dead than it does from the living
As Britain looks to create new trade deals, immigration could go up as part of a deal with nations such as China and India. Relaxing requirements for Visa's and Work Permits might be a key negotiation tactic for many nations when Britain seeks to create new trade deals, especially as Britain seems to be heading… Continue reading Brexit could lead to MORE Immigration
Boris Johnson has refused to apologies for comparing muslims who wear the burqa as "letter boxes." Mr Johnson's remarks, in a Daily Telegraph article, have provoked criticism from Muslim groups, some Tory MPs and opposition parties. In the article, Mr Johnson said full-face veils should not be banned but looked "ridiculous". According to the BBC,… Continue reading Boris refuses to apologise over burqa comments