Media Watch

'19Jan
12

‘Commonwealth needs more presence in international community’

The Commonwealth should make itself be heard in the international community, loud and clear, feels Philip Parham, the United Kingdom’s envoy to Commonwealth.Mr. Philip, who is currently in the city, said...
'19Jan
12

[Agenda] Brexit vote at heart of EU affairs THIS WEEK

Romania's Viorica Dancila (r) to be grilled by MEPs on Tuesday (Photo: European Commission) But if MPs vote against it, they will open the door to a pandemonium of scenarios, including snap elections, a second...
'19Jan
12

Sajid Javid’s battle against immigration in the U.K.

In late December, Sajid Javid, the first British Asian to hold the position of Home Secretary in the U.K., cut short a family holiday to South Africa to “get a grip” on what the government described as a “deeply...
'19Jan
12

Wither Brexit? Hunt Says UK Could Remain in EU if MPs Vote Against May's Deal

In-Depth Coverage 15:09 11.01.2019(updated 19:47 11.01.2019) As the Brexit impasse continues to anger the British public, one of Theresa May's most senior cabinet officials has landed a bombshell claim that is...
'19Jan
12

How is Dublin preparing for a possible no-deal Brexit?

Standing on top of the roof of the Dublin Port Company's headquarters, you can see lots of building work amidst all the docked ships at the River Liffey's mouth.And while that construction is not entirely Brexit-...
'19Jan
11

Brexit suicide warning as top Tory says MPs must stop national self harm

Politicians have a duty to prevent the country committing national suicide in relation to Brexit , a pro-EU Conservative MP has said. Former attorney general Dominic Grieve told a packed hall that once Prime...
'19Jan
11

Brexit suicide warning as top Tory says MPs must stop national self harm

Politicians have a duty to prevent the country committing national suicide in relation to Brexit , a pro-EU Conservative MP has said. Former attorney general Dominic Grieve told a packed hall that once Prime...
'19Jan
11

Rudd: UK benefits freeze likely to end in 2020

Amber Rudd suggested the benefits freeze, which was introduced in 2015 by the former chancellor of the exchequer, George Osborne, may not be continued when it becomes due for renewal in 2020, theguardian.com...
'19Jan
10

Chickens Coming Home to Roost: US Empire & Latin American Emigration

President Trump is heading to the border today to speak with Customs and Border Patrol officials about the so-called "crisis" there, even though those same officials aren't being paid because of the government...
'19Jan
10

Press release: New UK-Japanese research partnership to tackle degenerative and incurable diseases

new UK-Japanese research programme to help treat patients with chronic degenerative diseases and bring together British and Japanese businesses to develop a new generation of assisted living products and services...

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