Via The Mises Institute, Damian McBride is the former head of communications at the British treasury and former special adviser to Gordon Brown, erstwhile Prime Minister of the U.K. Yesterday he tweeted some surprising advice in response to the plunge in global equities markets.; Advice on the looming crash, No. Show More Summary
LONDON — It’s remarkable how often British and American politics resemble each other; often only the accents differ. Following a disastrous defeat at the hands of Prime Minister David Cameron’s
The British Labour Party no longer represents the working class. Under UK prime minister Tony Blair, the Labour Party became a vassal of the One Percent. The result has been a rebellion in the ranks and the rise of Jeremy Corbyn, a principled Labourite intent on representing the people, a no-no in Western “democracies.”
Damian McBride, a former special adviser to Gordon Brown, is not at all happy with the news that stocks are falling around the world this morning. McBride resigned in 2009 after a scandal involving emails that suggested smearing senior members of the Conservative party. Show More Summary
Jeremy Corbyn, the front-runner in the leadership race for Britain's Labor Party, said he will issue an apology for the 2003 Iraq war, which Britain was dragged into by then Prime Minister (and Labor leader) Tony Blair. "It is past time that Labor apologized to the British people for taking them into the Iraq war on […]
The British Labour Party under the sway of former Prime Minister Tony Blair is plotting to derail Jeremy Corbyn’s bid to win the forthcoming leadership contest.
For this week’s instalment of Politicians Eating Weird Shit, we turn to British Prime Minister David Cameron, eating salted snacks on a budget airline.
Albania's prime minister, Edi Rama, is a fiery, statuesque and decidedly well-attired politician who stands nearly 6 feet 7 inches tall. As British political operative Alastair Campbell states in his book, Winners and How They Succeed,...Show More Summary
This weekend, British prime minister David Cameron was flying back to Portugal to finish his summer vacation; he appeared to be unaware that a documentarian was seated in the row across from his, eager to turn his snack time into a Planet Earth-esque montage, zooming closer and closer with shaky-cam... More »
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said that UK Labour party will suffer dissolution if Jeremy Corbyn, the current frontrunner in the party's leadership race, wins.
By IMEMC | – – A British petition demanding the arrest of the Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, upon his arrival in the UK next month, went viral in just a few…
In the recent British election campaign, David Cameron pledged to serve just two terms as prime minister. The way he put it was, “Terms are like shredded wheat.” (See this article.) “Two are wonderful, but three might just be too many.” I must say, it never would have occurred to me to say it that way. Show More Summary
David Cameron should be in real trouble over Calais. It goes to the heart of two of the central issues by which British voters judge governments: are you competent and… Continue reading The post The Calais crisis needs a better response than fences and dogs, Prime Minister appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
A man has said he was raped by former British Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath when he was just 12 years old. The claims come as police urge more potential victims of the former PM to come forward in an investigation into an alleged cover-up of child sex allegations. Meanwhile an alleged victim, now aged in […]
Four separate police investigations are currently underway to examine claims that former British Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath sexually abused a 12-year-old boy. Worse still, the allegations could be only a small part of systemic abuse by “powerful men,” as well as evidence of a decades-old cover up.
Four law enforcement agencies in the U.K. are investigating claims that Edward Heath—the country’s Conservative prime minister from 1970 to 1974—sexually abused children, the Guardian reports. Heath, who died in 2005, is the most prominent...Show More Summary
A former UK Prime Minister is being investigated by four British police forces as part of an unprecedented inquiry into allegations of historical child abuse that reached to the very top of the country's elite. The late Sir Edward Heath,...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Police forces in two further British regions said on Tuesday they were examining allegations of historical child sexual abuse against the late former prime minister Edward Heath.
I interviewed Robert Mugabe the day after he was elected Zimbabwe’s Prime Minister, in 1980, in the country’s only democratic poll. The election marked the end of a fifteen-year civil war and ninety years of British colonial rule. Mugabe made no pretense of sustaining democracy. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's police watchdog said on Monday it will investigate allegations that detectives failed to pursue a complaint of child sexual abuse made against former Conservative Prime Minister Edward Heath in the 1990s...