How can a man who has disunited his own party in just a few months keep the UK United? Boris Johnson has wiped out his own majority. The British Prime Minister suffered a humiliating defeat on Tuesday as parliament, including 21 members of his own party, voted to seize control of the parliamentary agenda.
Humiliated Johnson will inflict one of the biggest parliamentary bloodbaths in history
As the British political system creaks under the weight of severe stresses brought about by Brexit-related issues, the monarch is nowhere to be seen.
The Queen neglects her duty to defend Britain's 'unity'
Former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has forcefully waded into Britain’s deepening political and constitutional crisis by warning against a general election.
Blair claims that Johnson can "succeed" in snap general election
Barely three days after the disturbances in Glasgow’s Govan area, Glasgow council bosses have vowed to “push the law” to prevent similar incidents in the future.
Three Irish unity marches scheduled for this week alone
Greek officials and UN workers have begun evacuating hundreds of refugees from the Greek island of Lesbos, where overcrowding and the crushing heat have made conditions unbearable.
Hundreds of refugees moved from ‘hell’ of Greek island
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is getting tough with members of his Conservative Party who oppose his Brexit plans at the start of what promises to be a momentous week in British politics.
UK’s Johnson takes aim against opponents of Brexit plans
Yesterday’s massive demonstrations against Boris Johnson’s and the Queen’s decision to suspend parliament may well be a harbinger of things to come as Britain moves deeper into unchartered political territory.
British authorities expect huge protests in the run-up to Brexit
Ruth Davidson’s resignation as the leader of the Scottish Conservative party has sent shock waves across the Tory party rank and file in Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon unites the causes of Scottish and Irish independence
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Sunday asked Poland's forgiveness for history's bloodiest conflict during a ceremony in the Polish city of Wielun, where the first World War II bombs fell 80 years ago.
Germany asks Polish forgiveness 80 years after WW II outbreak

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