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It is now just six months before Britain formally leaves the EU. This article details the economic and political issues, followed by a commentary on the...
Viktor Orban tells EU parliament: 'Hungary will not be blackmailed!'
Brexit is the last opportunity to radically dismantle the state-as-economic-referee as the window on the popularity of neoliberalism starts to close.
It’s not just campaigners saying it any more: democracy is officially at risk, according to parliament’s own digital, culture, media and sport committee.
Thousands of people have signed onto a petition calling on the British government to ban Steve Bannon from entering the UK.
Branson noted that if another vote were to take place, he believes the 'stay' vote would win.
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UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has resigned mere hours after Brexit Secretary David Davis left his post, as the political crisis over the UK's Brexit strategy...
Brexit secretary David Davis resigns, citing exceptional weakness of PM Theresa May's wish for "soft exit" that ties the UK to the EU
Despite historically close US-UK relations, an agreement between Trump and Putin would make the United Kingdom less important on world stage
The Russians are 'absolutely and categorically' out to tarnish his distinguished devonaire
Brexit has finally come
It's a miracle!
Meanwhile, other nations are given ultimatums about handling their alleged human rights violations before any talks take place
With its growth already moving at such a sluggish pace, how will a Brexit effect the situation, really?
Twitter destroys the "Russians-Did-It" Brexit narrative.
Here’s why the future of Britain’s economy rests in choosing the right “company”.
Here's why the future of Britain's economy rests in choosing the right "company".
The Russophobic politicians had an American man removed from the Commons' gallery after accusing him of being a 'Russian taking pictures'
Disappointed in the lack of evidence of Russian meddling, the UK is now demanding records from Google and Twitter
Imagine if Russian newspapers routinely speculated on what new government Moscow should impose in the UK
The end result of engineering conflict between the US and Russia is a shift of power to the orient
The foreign minister of a declining minor power is going empty-handed to the capital of a great one
Drama queen Theresa May says Moscow's alleged hacking as a threat to the 'international order'
Russia has hacked anything and everything that has ever existed, it appears
Anti-Brexit campaigners turn to 'Russian meddling' meme in last ditch effort to reverse Brexit
The sudden resignation of British Defence Minister Michael Fallon is a symptom of the profound political crisis at the heart of the British elite ever since...
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