Voters are beginning to reject economic arguments in favour of those who are seen to reflect their social values.
The Supreme Court is due to review some of the most controversial aspects of the President’s immigration policy very soon, with the possibility it could block some of his harsh anti-migrant measures.
Various states have already had new anti-abortion legislation blocked. In the case of Alabama, one of those laws made its way to the Supreme Court, only for it to be revealed today that the Supreme Court has refused to revive the law.
EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova has written to the UK
Cabinet Office to complain about the situation and request further
information about what went wrong.
Outrage has engulfed British politics today after a senior Government minister was filmed choke-slamming an apparently peaceful protester against a wall on Thursday evening.
Ian Blackford MP is not known for mincing his words, especially when it comes to firing shots at senior Conservatives in the House of Commons. Today’s session of PMQs was no different.
Paul Crowther avoided jail, but will have to pay compensation to Farage after emptying his banana and salted caramel milkshake onto his suit.
All ten of the candidates to be the next Prime Minister have
committed to delivering Brexit, so whoever takes up the leadership mantle next
month will have to employ creative methods to break the logjam.
Climate strikes earlier this month were not the first time students in London have become involved in political activism by taking to the streets.
The LSE has announced that first-year undergraduate students will have access to in-year exam resists for the first time in 2019.