After years of debate and legal wrangles, the so-called Socialist government of Spain has decided to exhume the remains of the former Spanish fascist dictator, Francisco Franco, and relocate them from the grand and imposing mausoleum at the Valley of the Fallen complex to a cemetery near Madrid, where the Franco family have a crypt.
President Trump has been defending his purported withdrawal of US troops from Syria as a triumphant move to “bring our soldiers home”. He says it’s about delivering on his 2016 election promise to “end endless wars”.
I need to apologise to you. For the past few months I have been referring to the House of Commons as the House of Muppets. I was wrong to do so and I am sorry.
Thursday October 17th was an historic day for the UK. I’m not talking about Boris’s EU deal either. I am talking about the day when, finally, the decent silent majority fought back against the cultural Marxists who are wrecking this country.
Saturday is a ‘make or break’ day for Brexit as the first Saturday session of the House of Commons since 1982 votes on PM Boris Johnson’s new deal- but there’s quite a lot at stake too at Ascot racecourse, where some of the best horses in the world compete in ‘Champions Day’.
All of my adult life I have been a socialist who believes implacably in the inherent goodness, compassion and empathy which underlines and defines humanity.
It was written by an unelected Prime Minister delivered by an unelected Monarch in a Chamber of unelected Lords surrounded by pathetic pomp and pageantry.
It’s going to be a precarious balancing act, but only one nation can possibly help bring stability to the chaos unleashed in Syria by US President Donald Trump. That’s Russia.
Without a hint of irony one of the stars of the Biased Broadcasting Corporation, Nick Robinson, says that when Boris Johnson uses Twitter or Facebook to get his message out to the people he is using "propaganda like a dictator".
Who is "Philip Cross" the notorious Wikipedia editor who has made so many people's lives a misery over the past fifteen years due to his relentless malicious editing of their pages and pages on which they are cited?
In every UK and Scottish election since 1997 I have helped to write socialist manifestos. Many of the policies which were dismissed as extreme or unrealistic by the grey suited middle class ‘mainstream’ have gone on to become ‘mainstream’ solutions to societal problems.
Whilst Fat Head politicians of all parties have been busy trying to delay or halt Brexit, we as a nation are facing another crucial battle for our nation’s health and wealth as we have just been declared the second fattest nation in Western Europe.
So, let me get this right. Germany wants to take control of Northern Ireland and keep them permanently in the EU. However, Northern Ireland is an integral part of our union and will never be allowed to be sacrificed to the likes of Angela Merkel. Therefore, it is cut and dried, there has to be NO DEAL!
US President Donald Trump is being roundly condemned by bi-partisan voices in Washington for “selling out” the Kurds in Syria. But the histrionics declaring that America’s honour has been sullied by Trump are, in many ways, absurd, given the long history of US double-crossing the Kurds.
The breakdown in high-level talks between the US and North Korea last weekend shows that diplomacy between the two foes is at a critical juncture.
If a crowd in excess of two million had descended on London to demand a Brexit No-Deal or a new Brexit referendum it would have been afforded wall to wall coverage on the electronic media and copious newspaper front page headlines and inside analysis across the UK press.
Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders is back in campaign mode after suffering a heart attack this week. But the incident does raise questions about an age limit for contesting elections.
Yesterday’s red paint attack on the treasury by environmental nutjobs was an act of terrorism and should be condemned as a such.
It’s Europe’s richest and most prestigious horse-race, but this year it’s even more eagerly anticipated than usual because sporting history could very well be made.
I listened to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s forty-five minute speech intently. I even paused it a couple of times to answer two phone calls. I didn’t want to miss anything. To say I was underwhelmed would be an understatement.