Openly ignored by his incendiary, now ex-Home Secretary, Suella Braverman, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was left with few options.
Over the first few days of November, at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire, we saw something akin to that parochial silliness take place regarding discussions on the safe development of artificial intelligence (AI).
The US does not need a strong Europe, the British do not need a united Europe. They need an obedient Europe that serves their interests.
London holds onto its foreign territories. Now it’s being discussed the retaining authority over the Chagos Archipelago, known as the British Indian Ocean Territory.
Banished Prime Ministers are an irritation. They clog the airwaves of punditry with their views about how things were and how things should be.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak looks as much a deep fake projection as a thin, superficial representation of reality.
There has been a strong global campaign to legalize drugs. This lobbying for global drug trade has taken on a truly international dimension.
The UK Home Secretary, fed on the mush and mash of anti-refugee sentiment, has been frantically trying to find her spot in the darkness of inhumanity.
Russia and China jointly are enabling what used to be called “the Third World countries” to stand up for their rights against their colonizer.
Experts shared their thoughts on whether it was more profitable for foreign businesses to stay in Russia or drop everything and run away.
Australian parliamentarians will be heading to Washington ahead of Prime Minister Albanese’s October visit to test the ground of empire.
What happens when the looters are looted? Perhaps that strange sense of satisfaction called justice, an offence cancelled by another.