Step by step the main stream right wing politicians in Britain are advancing an extraordinary constitutional revolution with a single aim in mind: never-ending right views’ rule.
One could argue that the British political class has a long, yet damaging history of not taking European politics seriously.
The recent terror carnage in London by a convert who had studied in Saudi Arabia was simply brushed under the carpet in the mainstream media.
British media claim the Syrian government gassed its own people. Their narrative is flawed.
It’s becoming clear that there is far more complexity than thought behind Britain’s exit from the European Union, the so-called Brexit.
Not many are aware of the modern-day Oliver Twists and Artful Dodgers living in Britain.
The potential investment into the NHS by the US could see British institution collapse and cause anguish for patients and staff alike.
It is argued that the UK’s 2017 by-election shed a blazing light on future of the British political landscape.
Concerns about Brexit effects on northern Ireland peace are intensifying.
As talk of Brexit gets heated, the sign of cracks appearing in all corners of politics seems more visible than ever before.
Israeli lawmakers passed a bill to legalize the illegal and internationally-condemned policy of settlement expansion.
A large majority of Britons these days do not approve of Theresa May’s recent trips around the world.
Many political observers believe that the differences between Trump’s Administration and May’s international diplomacy are too important to ignore.
The crimes in Bahrain continue in as ugly and blunt a manner as ever, and the UK seems to prefer to act like an overexcited cheerleader in support of the regime.
The weeks to come will show how far the British prime minister is ready to keep her cards close to her chest.
14 UN Security Council members voted against Israeli settlement expansions, with Britain playing a key role in outlining the draft, in a shift from its longtime strategy.
This episode of The Isle will review the major shifts in Britain's international policies in 2016.
This episode of The Isle reviews the highlights of the UK's internal affairs developments in 2016.
In the middle of its divorce process from the EU, Britain needs to quickly find bilateral trade safety nets in other parts of the world.
While attempting to fend off criticism of her visit to Manama, Theresa May, the British prime minister, candidly clarified Britain’s position.
A closer look at human rights violations inside Britain would reveal a very grim picture of a nation plunging into a police state.
For those following Britain’s political developments, it wouldn’t be hard to find signs of a party civil war.
Is the Trump presidency to the benefit or the detriment of the UK government and people?
The UK promotes a propaganda campaign against the Syrian government, using the so-called humanitarian groups as a tool.
This program delves deep into the nature of British politics in the Middle East.
Leading banks are set to withdraw from Britain in early 2017 as fears grow over the so-called “hard Brexit,” says the chief executive of the British Bankers’ Association.
After Boris Johnson’s reaction to Russian Air Force hammering terrorist strongholds in Aleppo, the word Russian imperialism is branded and widely used in the British mainstream media.
British political parties held two conferences within days, during which plans to lead Britain were publicly announced.
The British Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has retained the leadership of the opposition political party after a bruising campaign.
Jeremy Corbyn is set to lose his seat in Commons in the biggest shake-up to the UK’s electoral map in almost a century.
Although a five-day walkout by junior doctors was suspended, it brought the dire NHS situation back under the spotlight.
Internationally-renowned Mafia expert Roberto Saviano believes that Britain is the most corrupt country in the world.
Regardless of Theresa May's recent soft tone toward Islam, her role in anti-Muslim policies pictures her differently.
Theresa May has explicitly announced that she is ready to push the nuclear button if she deems it necessary.
The UK establishment is ready to take whatever step to keep those it trusts in the circle of power.
The report fails to address legality of Iraq war. There also remain fundamental questions about Iraq war unanswered.
Brexit has indeed triggered an eruption of racism in Britain.