Media Watch

'19Jan
28

‘Get a grip on Brexit’, businesses tell UK’s quarrelling politicians

British businesses implored politicians on Monday (28 January) to stop quarrelling over Brexit and agree an orderly exit from the European Union, as some big firms set up emergency situations rooms to cope with the...
'19Jan
27

MI5 Reportedly Deploys 700 Spies to N Ireland Amid Fears of Hard Border Violence

In-Depth Coverage 15:25 26.01.2019Late last week, New Irish Republican Army (IRA) hardliners detonated a car bomb outside a courthouse in Londonderry. According to the Police Service of Northern Ireland, no one was...
'19Jan
27

MI5 Reportedly Deploys 700 Spies to N Ireland Amid Fears of Hard Border Violence

In-Depth Coverage 15:25 26.01.2019Late last week, New Irish Republican Army (IRA) hardliners detonated a car bomb outside a courthouse in Londonderry. According to the Police Service of Northern Ireland, no one was...
'19Jan
25

[Agenda] Brexit votes set for This WEEK

Theresa May faces (another) crucial vote on Brexit (Photo: Council of the European Union) Brexit is set to dominate this week as the British parliament debates proposals to break the on-going negotiation...
'19Jan
21

Brexit reopens Northern Ireland's old wounds

Derry is Northern Ireland's second largest city, home to about 100,000 people. It is also soon to be the United Kingdom's principal border city with the European Union.Its fringes touch the border with the Republic...
'19Jan
21

Brexit power grab by MPs hangs over May's 'Plan B'

Almost half of voters in the 2016 referendum did not want Brexit (Photo: LeoLondon) Both related to Article 50 of the EU treaty, which the UK government triggered almost two years ago.The UK's Article 50...
'19Jan
20

Sanctions, Trade Wars, Historic Summits: Two Years of Trump Foreign Policy

Over the past two years, US President Donald Trump has shown that he is determined to follow through with his campaign promises and continue pushing forward his America First approach in the global arena.Trade...
'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
16

What just happened?

It was an evening of high-stakes and unprecedented drama that will have an impact far beyond the UK.Prime Minister Theresa May's plan for leaving the European Union - the only one on the table - was voted down by...
'19Jan
16

Theresa May lost the Brexit vote because Brexit was a lie

UK Prime Minister Theresa May spent months negotiating a deal with the European Union on the terms of Brexit, Britain’s exit from the EU. On Tuesday, the UK Parliament voted to reject the deal by a resounding 432-...

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