European media covered Saturday’s mammoth anti-Brexit demonstration in London with ill-concealed relish, before turning to reports of Theresa May’s imminent departure – and, in some cases, a first draft
There have been many times over the last 30 years when I have found myself nodding in passionate agreement with Michael Heseltine, who is, among his other virtues, my fellow ex-member for Henley on Thames.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May leaves after giving a news briefing in Brussels, Belgium March 22, 2019. REUTERS/Toby Melville LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May was told at a on
I hadn’t meant to write about that subject again for fear that readers are suffering from a severe bout of B-fatigue. But the events of last week were extraordinary and this week could prove to be even
Nigel Farage warns that, if the exit process is delayed for long, he will ‘tear [May’s] party limb from limb' There is an unforgettable moment in Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip that comes unexpectedly
Theresa May’s prospects of getting her Brexit deal through parliament this week dramatically receded on Sunday night after a high-stakes summit with Boris Johnson and other leading hard-Brexiters at her
I have a pension with Aviva with a retirement date of July 20 2018. The pension scheme was set up years ago under a company that has now dissolved. The other three members are sadly deceased. I told Aviva
INVERNESS, Scotland (Reuters) - Glen Mhor Hotel, a picturesque base for tourists hunting Scotland’s Loch Ness monster, is struggling to find staff for the summer season as workers from the European Union
Theresa May's Government is "chicken" and has "bottled it completely" over Brexit, Boris Johnson has said as he urged her to "tell Brussels let my people go". Writing in The Telegraph, Mr Johnson said
Theresa May has not been honest about the withdrawal agreement she negotiated with the European Union. She repeatedly said it was the only one on the table. She now accepts that it is not. This admission
The petition asking the British government to revoke article 50 and reconsider its plan to exit the European Union has passed the 5m-signature mark, following a massive demonstration in London on Saturday.
Brexit is, undeniably, important. The Prime Minister’s faulty negotiations have now turned what the majority of the British people considered an opportunity into a national crisis. However, now is perhaps
British cleverness was on full display at the anti-Bexit march that drew more than one million protesters in London on Saturday as people carried banners and posters showing their disappointment at how