Once Rishi Sunak stood this time – the aborted Boris 2.0 experiment not withstanding – there seems little doubt as to the outcome.
Get the UK POV on the latest in American culture and politics from our friend Ben Harris who works in politics and parliament in London
“It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen announces the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh”
“In a televised address, the PM urged people to follow the rules immediately amid surging cases and patient numbers.”
The Brexit deal is, finally, done.
The former leader of the UK’s Labour Party, who less than a year ago stood for Prime Minister, now finds himself suspended from his own party.
In which I argue for the possibility that maybe, just maybe, the expected…actually happens and maybe even smoothly at that.
It is the implementation of Brexit upon which contradictions that lay within Britain’s constitutional framework were most apparent
Monday in the UK is Windrush Day, set aside to honor the generation of Caribbean immigrants who help rebuild Britain following World War 2.
Finish the week off discussing and debating stories from across the street and around the world. Ordinary Times’ Linky Friday: Toil and Trouble for you to read and share.
Guy Verhofstadt says the quiet part out loud about the Union part of European Union
Chinese technology giant Huawei will be involved in the United Kingdom’s 5G infrastructure after a decision by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Slow your roll on drawing sweeping parallels between UK elections and in-progress 2020 elections in America. Things that are different are not the same.
Boris Johnson set to win a clear majority in U.K. election
Everything You Need To Know To Understand What’s Happening Across The Pond This Holiday
The EU and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson have a Brexit extension just days before the long-awaited Oct 31 deadline