LONDON (Reuters) - Anti-Brexit protesters used a bizarre array of humor on Saturday to lampoon Britain’s leaders, casting Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s chief adviser as a manipulating devil behind an
The more journalists report unsourced claims, the less government will engage on the record The prime minister’s bonhomie with Leo Varadkar after their talks in the Wirral last Thursday took many by surprise.
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Boris Johnson’s most senior aide, Dominic Cummings, is facing conflict of interest accusations over a consultancy role he undertook for a government-endorsed healthcare startup that is in position to a
The fate of Boris Johnson’s premiership will be determined by Nigel Farage and the Brexit party. Even if a Brexit deal can be agreed, another extension to the deadline of 31 October still seems possible.
The Tories’ poll ratings have steadily risen because their tricks are working Since the end of the summer, it has become apparent that Downing Street is now a fake news factory. Not a day goes by without
This is war. That’s the ludicrous intended message of summoning parliament to sit on a Saturday, echoing the eve of battle in 1939. It also recalls the Suez crisis – and that’s a more apt Brexit comparison,