Media Watch

'19Jan
28

May urged to secure backstop concessions from EU

Ex-foreign secretary Boris Johnson says winning a "freedom clause" would be "unadulterated good Brexit news." MPs on Tuesday will vote on a series of amendments to the PM's plans that could shape the future...
'19Jan
27

Brexit: No change to backstop, Ireland insists

The backstop element of the Brexit plan is "not going to change", Ireland's deputy prime minister has said. The proposal - aimed at preventing a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland - played a major...
'19Jan
25

What's Behind The Crisis In Venezuela – And What Is The UK Doing About It?

Venezuela has had more than its fair share of international headlines this week, as the country’s deepening political crisis threatens to reach boiling point. The south American country, led by president Nicolas...
'19Jan
23

EXCLUSIVE: How Liberal Media 'Operates as Propaganda System for State Power'

They regularly issue "media alerts", offering analysis on major global events and issues, seeking to draw attention to the misleading "limits" within which corporate media operates. They also frequently challenge...
'19Jan
21

May refuses to rule out no-deal Brexit as she tries to break parliamentary deadlock

Email Updated January 22, 2019 07:08:37 Video: Theresa May says she won't consider a second referendum, or 'People'...
'19Jan
21

May refuses to rule out no-deal Brexit as she tries to break parliamentary deadlock

Email Updated January 22, 2019 07:08:37 Video: Theresa May says she won't consider a second referendum, or 'People'...
'19Jan
18

Fresh Brexit Vote Would Leave Many Brits Feeling Betrayed By Gov’t – Professor

May won a vote of no confidence on Wednesday by a close margin of 19 votes, with 10 Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) votes playing a crucial role. Earlier, EU Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier said the...
'19Jan
18

Fresh Brexit Vote Would Leave Many Brits Feeling Betrayed By Gov’t – Professor

May won a vote of no confidence on Wednesday by a close margin of 19 votes, with 10 Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) votes playing a crucial role. Earlier, EU Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier said the...
'19Jan
18

Fresh Brexit Vote Would Leave Many Brits Feeling Betrayed By Gov’t – Professor

May won a vote of no confidence on Wednesday by a close margin of 19 votes, with 10 Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) votes playing a crucial role. Earlier, EU Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier said the...
'19Jan
17

Parliament's war of written words: May and Corbyn face off in letters

Corbyn then asked his party to give the government the silent treatment until it could promise that a 'no deal' Brexit scenario could be ruled out."The prime minister has offered to open talks with opposition...

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