If Brussels bends on the Irish backstop and gives Britain legal certainty, then the EU has a deal and its business as usual for the Irish. If not, its no deal and the EU will order Ireland to erect the hard border. But, what if Ireland says no?

November 26, 2018

The United Kingdom has entered what is, arguably, its most dangerous moment since the second world war. It is 20 months since Article 50 was handed to the European Commission and since then the country has been bitterly divded. Many other countries are used to bitterly...

June 4, 2018

Trump's right: Kim's regime is ruined, his people are starving and US / Western sanctions have crippled his country.

April 8, 2018

A war of words has broken out between the UK Foreign Secretary and the leader of the opposition.

March 1, 2018

"What's the good of having bases, if when you want to use them you're not allowed to, by the home country? They're a weak lot some of them in Europe you know. Weak. Feeble."

Through scornful eyes and extraordinary candour, Margaret Thatcher told us what she really think...

February 21, 2018

The election of Donald Trump has torn public opinion in the western world. Arguably, opinion has never been so divisive, polarised or vicious. In the United States, traditional Democrat voters (lets call them 'liberals', although labels are far from useful in the curre...

December 18, 2017

Words matter. When Theresa May said, "Brexit means Brexit", her message was crystal clear. Or was it? Remainers said it was vague, leavers felt it was a clear commitment to leave the EU and its associated bodies. The question is, what did she really mean and did that f...

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