British politics, post the Brexit vote is in something of a mess. The vote can be seen as a damning verdict on the British public’s opinion of it’s elected Conservative government.
Coping with NATO’s recent aggressive behavior has been unquestionably the most important issue on the Russian foreign policy agenda, an issue around which all other issues revolve.
The US presidential contender said he would not forgive Khan for calling him “ignorant”, and challenged the Mayor to take part in an IQ test, an offer mocked by Khan’s team.
The Yankees are coming! The Yankees are coming!
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Contrary to his prior claims, British Prime Minister David Cameron is saying “there aren’t enough” so-called “moderate” Syrian rebel fighters to work with against Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria, admitting some partners belong to hardline Islamist groups. “Are all these people impeccable democrats who would share the view of democracy that […]
David Cameron came to the Commons today with his master-plan for confronting ISIS, having told his MPs: “You should not be walking through the lobbies with Jeremy Corbyn and a bunch of terrorist sympathiser.”
Prime Minister David Cameron must examine financial links between UK-allied Gulf regimes and terror groups, or risk facing awkward questions about Conservative Party links to “rich Arab Gulf individuals,” says former Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown. Speaking on ITV’s Lorraine program on Tuesday, Ashdown – who is also a former soldier and has served as […]
General Sir David Richards – At the moment we’ve got contradictory war aims. We want to deal with ISIS, but we also want to get rid of Assad at the same time. I personally don’t think that’s plausible
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — British Prime Minister David Cameron has abandoned plans to carry out airstrikes against Islamic State (ISIL) positions in Syria after he failed to receive support from Labour MPs, the Times newspaper reported Tuesday. According to the newspaper, vote on extending of military action though Iraqi border, that was expected by the year end, will not take place. The Prime Minister failed to persuade enough […]
British politics hit a new low last week at the UK Conservative Party conference when David Cameron made an unseemly personal attack on Jeremy Corbyn, the Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition.
Vladimir Putin has made it clear that he will back Mr Assad with military support if the West launches attacks on his regime
Madman Cameron claims Assad a greater enemy than ISIS. Hints that Brit ground troops will take Syria and set up British sphere of influence despite probability of nuclear obliteration by Moscow.
Ruby Stockham, UK Independent Next week the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet David Cameron on a state visit to London, his first since the 2014 offensive on Gaza. In June, Israel rejected the UN’s incriminating report into the Gaza war as ‘biased’. It said that its military was carrying out its own investigation, […]
A petition calling for Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to be arrested for war crimes when he arrives in London next week is nearing 100,000 signatures. If it reaches that magic figure it must be considered for debate in Parliament.
Britain suffered another disappointment last week when Tim Farron, a lightweight with the gift of the gab, landed the job of leader of the UK’s Liberal Democrats.
Obama hosts British Prime Minister David Cameron at the White House today. Focusing on mutual issues.
Last week David Cameron, addressing Israel’s Knesset, pledged to defeat any boycotting of Israel.
The other day I signed a ‘Get Well’ petition for Palestinian youngsters Adam and Johar who were viciously maimed and crippled by the British Government’s ‘friends’ in Israel.
Whenever a Western leader expresses adoration and undying support for the Zionist state the Jewish Chronicle can be relied on to make the most of it.
Gung-ho prime minister Cameron and his sabre-rattling lieutenant, William Hague, were so eager to crank up their war machine that they’d lost all caution and reason. They’ve paid the price with a quite brutal Commons defeat.
Ten years ago Tam Dalyell, the ‘Father of the House’ (i.e. the most senior member of the House of Commons in the British Parliament), sparked a huge row by accusing the then Prime Minister, Tony Blair, of “being unduly influenced by a cabal of Jewish advisers”
Few foreign leaders participated in Margaret Thatcher’s funeral. Most allies of the UK sent mid-range delegations; after all, few would like to be defined as Thatcherists.
As I predicted last week my badly-led party WAS in a competition for second place with the much better-led United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP). We lost, and we deserved to lose.