The U.K. Parliament has no intention of honoring the British people’s decision to leave the EU, even if there is a deal. That’s what the British people and the rest of the world learned last Saturday.
Although British Prime Minister Boris Johnson seems to be in an impossible position, there is a way to accomplish Brexit and to force — and win — an election.
Boris Johnson has to make necessary changes quickly to unite his party, because the ‘do or die’ moment for him and his country is fast approaching.
Presenting a worst-case scenario resulting from a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, this document is making waves in the U.K. and will require forthright communication from Boris Johnson’s administration.
The new U.K. prime minister has his work cut out for him amid political chaos and tensions. His primary job is to deliver Brexit. Can he do it?
Give the mess Britain is in, simply invoking the spirit of Nelson won’t be enough. Boris must lead London to choose a side soon, between D.C. and Brussels.
Boris Johnson won by a nearly two-to-one margin in the Conservative ballot, as voters chose a prominent Leave supporter over someone who voted Remain in the 2016 Brexit referendum.
Like her last three Conservative predecessors as prime minister, divisions over Europe became Theresa May’s undoing.
It might not soothe the soundbites, but Donald Trump is correct about Theresa May and Brexit. The British Parliament’s betrayal of the British people is now complete.
Britain needs to choose whether it wants to be aligned with free market cousins across the pond or operate under a new order established by Mittel Europa.
On Tuesday, a critical mass of at least 48 MPs filed letters of no confidence in May’s leadership of the Conservative Party.
By defeating the government in the procedural vote last week, the House of Commons put itself, rather than the prime minister and her cabinet, in charge of finding a path forward.
The gap between what many British leaders want and what Theresa May could deliver has placed the United Kingdom in the midst of high-stakes political drama with a far-from-certain outcome.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May was never a supporter of Brexit and has never demonstrated any strong conviction of conservative principles.
Trump’s unmistakable approach to politics is increasingly viewed with envy by British voters tired of backsliding career politicians.
While people like J.K. Rowling who react to name-calling mean well, their case for civility is undermined by their own political philosophy and ethical propositions.
The western world needs to combat the ideology of radical Islamism. But this is only possible if we can promote and protect free speech.
While the Conservatives remain the largest party in Parliament—albeit short of an outright majority—the election result cannot be viewed as anything other than a defeat.
In the wake of the London attack, western leaders are insisting that all Europeans share the same values. The uncomfortable reality is that it isn’t true.
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