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Brexit ‘Finish Line’ Is Just Beginning of the End
World
Brexit ‘Finish Line’ Is Just Beginning of the End
January 26, 2020

Johnson’s complacency and bluster does not inspire confidence that Brexit will get done in a timely and smooth fashion.

EU Is Showing Its ‘Cracks’ Already as Boris Now Shows It the Whip on Trade Deal
January 25, 2020

The threat of Britain leaving the EU with no ‘free trade deal’ in one year’s time as the only way to get a decent deal with Brussels is ringing true.

EU Is Showing Its ‘Cracks’ Already as Boris Now Shows It the Whip on Trade Deal
World
Post-Brexit Britain eyes new forceful role in Asia
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Post-Brexit Britain eyes new forceful role in Asia
January 23, 2020

Washington is also demanding that the UK pull out of any contracts with Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei due to spying concerns, a demand the Johnson government has so far tried to fudge.

Britain’s Bo-Jo Brown-Noses Sicko Trump
January 10, 2020

Trump can carry out any crime or provocation leading to war with Iran – safe in the knowledge that Britain’s Boris Johnson will be assiduously following up his rear.

Britain’s Bo-Jo Brown-Noses Sicko Trump
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Paradise Islands and Britain’s Human Rights Hypocrisy
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Paradise Islands and Britain’s Human Rights Hypocrisy
January 7, 2020

As the Middle East lurches to deeper chaos, the light has shifted from the countless millions of other people deserving attention and compassion.

Fake History Is Changing Global Perceptions of Reality
January 4, 2020

Wayne Madsen writes on how historical facts are being discarded and replaced with alternate chronicles of humanity’s past across the world.

Fake History Is Changing Global Perceptions of Reality
History
UK: Here Comes the Breakdown Decade
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UK: Here Comes the Breakdown Decade
January 2, 2020

In the decade from 2010 to 2020, a period in which the Conservative government oversaw the Great Recession and managed the slowest recovery from any economic slump on record – it heaped misery on millions in the shape of a failed policy called austerity.

The Bastardization of Traditional Progressive and Conservative Parties
December 25, 2019

The drift of traditional conservative parties to the far right and neo-fascism and the insistence by traditional social democratic and working-class parties to adopt pro-business and anti-labor positions is why large blocs of voters feel abandoned.

The Bastardization of Traditional Progressive and Conservative Parties
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