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Article 50 is triggered: Let the Brexit games begin

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Ok, so first things first, it's not a game. The future of millions of people living in the UK and overseas will be determined by Brexit.   Read more


Terrorism comes to London - The Day Westminster was Attacked

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Following similar incidents in Europe, London became the latest place to be hit by terrorism. It was what the security services had feared; not an elaborate plot, the likes of which they had foiled for over a decade, but one man with just a knife and a car.   Read more


Sturgeon finally calls for Scottish Indyref2

Monday, March 13, 2017

After months of speculation, Nicola Sturgeon has finally answered the question 'will there be a second independence referendum?' Her answer is yes and before the United Kingdom exits the European Union.  Read more


The Budget 2017

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his first budget to parliament promising an extra £2 billion for social care. The first spring budget under Theresa May's premiership also outlined an increase in National Insurance contributions by the self-employed and revised up its growth forecasts. The opposition described it as a "budget of utter complacency."  Read more


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