Media Watch

'19Jan
25

Theresa May Must Stand Up For The Millions Of Workers On A Brexit Cliff Edge

So the rats are deserting the sinking ship, raising their anchors and sailing towards a rising eastern sun. Shifting their money, along with their production lines, to less choppy waters, away from the impending...
'19Jan
23

OECD’s Gurria: ‘If you need time for a better Brexit deal, give it enough time’

Ángel Gurría, the OECD’s secretary general, believes extending Brexit talks until July could be feasible in order to ensure an agreement is sealed. Speaking to EURACTIV.com in Davos, the Mexican diplomat and...
'19Jan
16

Is Kenya a safe country to visit?

British travellers in Kenya should remain vigilant in the wake of an Islamic terrorist attack on a luxury hotel complex that left at least 14 dead, the UK Foreign Office (FCO) has warned.Around 100,000 Britons...
'19Jan
16

'What a Brexshit!': How Germany is reacting to the Brexit deal defeat

It was the biggest defeat ever suffered by a British Prime Minister in modern history. Parliament voted 432 to 202 against May's plan for taking Britain out of the EU, leaving the country"s future foggy with its...
'19Jan
16

This won’t hurt: the Syrian medics helped back to work by UK startups | Ammar Kalia

Hussam Allahham knows how to save a life on the operating table. He has done it many times in his home city of Damascus. He can fix broken limbs, amputate, remove tumours and replace organs. As a general surgeon he...
'19Jan
16

Humiliated PM’s drastic move

The result was greeted by loud cheering in the British House of Commons and has set the scene for even more political upheaval in the days ahead - including a confidence motion tomorrow that could bring down her...
'19Jan
15

Brexit Has Turned From A Major National Decision To A Crisis That Risks The UK's Political Stability

So, MPs vote on May’s Brexit deal today, and if they reject it, have given the government just three more days to come up with an alternative.  Parliament is at war with the government, and at war with itself. ...
'19Jan
15

Brexit Has Turned From A Major National Decision To A Crisis That Risks The UK's Political Stability

So, MPs vote on May’s Brexit deal today, and if they reject it, have given the government just three more days to come up with an alternative.  Parliament is at war with the government, and at war with itself. ...
'19Jan
15

No Democratic Mandate for So-called 'People’s Vote' – But Clear One for IndyRef2

Rejoice I say. Theresa May is a serial liar and a heartless Conservative deserving of the title 'Malevolent May' and therefore well suited to lead the Tory Party. She has been finished as a credible Prime Minister...
'19Jan
15

Secret ‘no food’ Brexit warning note

It’s led to MPs resorting to desperate tactics, including one treasury minister who was photographed leaving a high-level government meeting holding a note bearing the words “no food”.Mel Stride, the MP...

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