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March 30, 2018

Can calamitous May stay on as PM?

A year ago, British Prime Minister Theresa May was riding high. Having triggered Article 50, she had the Conservative party lock-step behind her and a 20-point lead over the Labour Party....

‘Labour Party Black Sections reborn with new movement’

More than a hundred people from around the country crammed into a House of Commons committee room named after former Labour prime minister Harold Wilson for the parliamentary launch of Grassroots Black Left (GBL).They were Sikhs, Hindus, Muslims, Chri ...

Exposed: The Danger of Donald Trump's presidency

When Donald J. Trump obtained his electoral college win to become the President of the United States in November 2016, it must be stated that, in addition to losing the popular vote to the Democratic Party candidate former US Secretary of State Hillary Rod ...

'With Brexit and a cabinet full of bastards: What could go wrong?'

For months, Tory sources have been saying Prime Minister Theresa May will be out if she makes one more mistake, normally seconds before she appoints a careerist scumbag with no military experience as defence secretary or slips on a banana skin. For now, s ...

‘Time has come’ for new Black left-wing movement

More than 40 key activists from around the country met in Nottingham for the inaugural meeting of the Grassroots Black Left on Saturday.One of them, veteran socialist campaigner, Mike Wongsam, who is based in Birmingham and active in Momentum, said: &ldqu ...

Exposed: The roots of Donald Trump's racist cheerleaders

US President Donald Trump caused huge offence when he refused to immediately condemn the violence of white supremacists and neo-nazis - one of whom killed an anti-racist campaigner - at a Unite the Right rally in the southern American city of Charlottesv ...

Doomed: 'May set for further failure as Prime Minister'

When Theresa May stood outside Downing Street one year ago after being officially appointed Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland by the Queen, her vision for Britain was ambitious.Her visit to Buckingham Palace had gi ...

Britain profiting from Yemeni civilians suffering says rights group

Prominent non-governmental organisation Human Rights Watch (HRW) has condemned the UK for profiting from the humanitarian crisis in Yemen after a UK High Court ruling earlier in the week declared that London’s arms sales to Riyadh were not illegal.D ...

Thrashed by voters: Humiliation of Theresa May is complete

One of the great things about democracy is the fact that ordinary people can change history through the simple act of voting.On June 8 the British people decided to reject the appeal by Theresa May for a strong mandate to deliver Brexit. The result was pr ...

'Fighting extremism while arming Saudi Arabia is scandalous'

American, British and French governments can no longer credibly claim to be serious about fighting terrorism or religious extremism while cosying up to what is a medieval kleptocracy in Riyadh.It is time for an honest conversation about Wahhabism, specifi ...

Ex-British ambassador: 'Theresa May would be awful Brexit negotiator'

Britain's mainly Conservative-supporting media have repeated the mantra of the party's chief spin doctor Lynton Crosby that the UK general election is all about who voters choose next week to negotiate the country's exit from&nb ...

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