Only days before Evo Morales stepped down as Bolivia’s president audio tapes were published implicating opposition politicians, the US embassy and American senators in a coup plot.
Armistice Day is on 11 November and is also known as Remembrance Day. It marks the day World War One ended, at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918.
Could anyone tell me the date when the broadcast regulator, OFCOM, agreed that our main news channels no longer have to be impartial or balanced?
As the old saying goes, when a person thinks constantly like a hammer, then everything looks like a nail – to be bashed. That mindset fits the condition of Russophobia that is so evident in US.
I watched Boris Johnson live launch his Tory Party election campaign in Birmingham from just before 8pm on Wednesday night. If there is such a thing as a decent Tory surely even they must have been holding their heads in dismay and shame that such a bungling, blundering and insincere person like Johnson is now leading their party.
When you have been involved in politics as long as I, you become almost immune from the stench of hypocrisy which attaches itself to political debate and mainstream media coverage of those debates.
Nigel Farage is absolutely correct in not standing for election. If he did stand the MSM and every two-bit comedian in the UK would turn the election in his chosen constituency into a farce.
I am really pleased that Donald Trump reads my column!
Jeremy Corbyn launched his general election campaign with the passion and assuredness of a man convinced that the socialist principles of fairness, justice, peace and social equality are shared by the majority of human beings across the UK.
And they’re off. No, not the horses this time, but the politicians. Britain is set for its first December general election since 1923. Who‘s going to win?
Game on! At last, we get the General Election we have all been demanding. Now let’s not waste the opportunity to start draining the swamp.
The Grenfell Tower block fire of 14th June 2017 was not just a human tragedy that claimed the lives of 72 innocent human beings, resulted in injuries to 70 others and left hundreds of family and resident survivors with horrific mental scars and emotional trauma scorched forever into their minds.
The last couple of days digesting the various mainstream news bulletins and programmes has been a deeply disturbing and surreal experience. The Tories failed to secure a majority in 2010 and governed for 5 years with the aid of the Liberal Democrats.
He is afraid of facing Boris Johnson, but more importantly, he is scared to death of facing the great British public in a general election.
The UK Parliament wants to overturn the result of the referendum of June 2016 and also prevent a General Election. Pro-Remain MPs are sticking two fingers up at the British public and condemning us to further months of paralysis.
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’.