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British Parliament to Debate Aleppo Humanitarian Aid

‘Great nation is in danger of becoming a pariah nation’: Boris Johnson’s speech at Syria debate from RT UK Conservative Party MP Andrew Mitchell inquires of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson about what the United Kingdom can do in terms of humanitarian aid for the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo. An emergency debate in the House […]

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UK Politics: Riots on Downing Street in Wake of Tory Victory in Commons Election

Protests outside Downing Street in wake of overwhelming Tory electoral victory in the House of Commons 2015 elections London: Anti-Cameron demonstrators clash with police Following Tory victory, Greens, Lib Dems, and Labour supporters protesting results The drama continues in the UK as the fallout from the 2015 House of Commons elections continues to settle in […]

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Ed Milliband, Nigel Farage, Nick Clegg – All Resign Following Massive Conservative Party Victory

Election Result: My Reaction – Russell Brand The Trews (E316) Labour’s Ed Milliband, UKIP’s Nigel Farage, and the Lib Dems’ Nick Clegg all resign following electoral defeat – Nigel Farage Loses MP seat in South Thanet Following the massive, and unexpected, Conservative Party electoral victory in the 2015 House of Commons election, British politics may […]

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United Kingdom Elections 2015: Conservative Party Emerges as Largest Party, David Cameron Likely to Remain Prime Minister

The UK election 2015 explained for non-Brits | General election 2015 “One nation, one United Kingdom” – David Cameron on leading the next government bbc.co.uk/electionlive #GE2015 Posted by BBC News on Thursday, May 7, 2015 Tories emerge as largest party in election results, David Cameron likely to remain Prime Minister UK parliamentary elections 2015…early exit […]

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53% of British Electorate would Vote to Leave the European Union According to a Times/Populus Poll

A recently released poll by Times/Populus revealed that 53% of eligible British voters would choose to leave the European Union (EU) if a referendum were held today.   Current British Prime Minister David Cameron’s Tories┬ácame in at 57%, with Labour and the Liberal Democrats at 37% and 35% respectively, showing a waning of European sentiment […]

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The United Kingdom: A Fading Actor in European Affairs?

Open Democracy’s Kirsty Hughes argues that the financial crisis with the euro has drawn into sharp focus the need for the United Kingdom to determine its future relationship with regard to the continent else it faces marginalization and impotency in future continental affairs. Kirsty Hughes bemoans U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s lack of real involvement […]

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