The unexpected self-destruction by Michael Gove When Michael Gove jumped into the contest for a new PM last week, he upended British politics. His decision made the former London mayor Boris Johnson to quit before he could even join the race. He was recklessly bold and eventually ended up self-destructing.
UK to Rebuild Royal Navy defending the North Sea? Rebuild Royal Navy -In this post, we shift our focus from the economic implication of Brexit. Our attention is on what it implies to security. The main area of concern is the Navy in the North Sea. Britain depends on a
Leadsom and Gove: Next PM should be Brexit backer Andrea Leadsom and Michael Gove have emphasized on the importance of the next UK Prime Minister being a supporter of Brexit. Leadsom and Gove are both on a contest to be the next Conservative Party leader. In a post that Mr.
Chilcot report: Tony Blair should not have gone to Iraq War Chilcot report – The 7 years UK’s Iraq War inquiry was finally published. The report proves worthwhile to those who have always been against the Iraq war. In 2003, about one million went to the streets to oppose sending
Saudi clerics denounce Medina bombing The highest religious body in Saudi Arabia has denounced the Monday suicidal attacks in the Kingdom. The Senior Council of Ulema stated the bombers went against every sacred thing. The attacks conducted close to the Prophet’s Mosque led to the death of 4 guards. The
Nigel Farage – UK owes him a debt Brexit came despite speculation that the Leave team would carry the day. That led to the resignation of UK Prime Minister, David Cameron. If history will cast him villain role after Brexit, then Nigel Farage will be considered the puppet master in
Gambled Australian elections, Again? This is one of the most detailed Australian elections in a decade. Votes were cast for 76 upper house seats and 150 lower house seats. It is basically the first time in years that voters voted for both houses in a single election. Ever since Julia
Australia Federal Election: Possibility of hung parliament Australian citizens will not get the federal election results in the coming few days as counting continues. The vote is a tight one. The counting of the absentee, postal and pre-poll votes will continue on Tuesday. A tally by Australian Election Commission puts
Federal Elections vote counting Stopped, what now? Vote counting stopped and will resume on Tuesday – yes you got me right. It’s on Tuesday. The nation is now in a state of anxiety as we all take a breather. As per the last tally before the postponement, the opposition has
Post Brexit Steel industry to strengthen, saving jobs Brexit Steel Industry – On 29th of March 2016, Tata Steel announced that it would pull out of all its UK operations. This included Port Talbot. The announced triggered anxiety allover as more than 15,000 jobs was put at risk. One of