Laxaro

View the latest news and breaking news today

after brexit who’s really sowing division british politics - Search

after brexit who’s really sowing division british politics Searched from official sources arount the web with simple content and resource link From any languages in different countries.



after brexit, who’s really sowing division? | british politics




but things got a lot nastier after the referendum result. at a recent conference, author ian mcewan dreamed out loud about a near future, with ‘1.5million oldsters, mostly brexiters, freshly in their graves’, in which the next generation would take us back into the eu. one new statesman writer s...



ukip is not the voice of brexit | british politics | for europe, against the eu




every broadside against ukip, every stump speech about ukip’s politics of hate, every column warning that ukip’s message still appeals even when the party clearly does not, is not really concerned with demolishing the inept reality of ukip. it is concerned with attacking brexit by proxy. so when...



ukip is not the voice of brexit | british politics | for europe, against the eu




every broadside against ukip, every stump speech about ukip’s politics of hate, every column warning that ukip’s message still appeals even when the party clearly does not, is not really concerned with demolishing the inept reality of ukip. it is concerned with attacking brexit by proxy. so when...



presstv-uk opponents of brexit mull new political party




opponents of britain's departure from the european union have expressed interest in the idea of forming a centrist party aimed at blocking brexit.james chapman, a former top aide to brexit secretary david davis, is calling for a new centrist political party since both the governing conservative par...



whoever wins today, the fight for brexit goes on | british politics | general el




today britain goes to the polls in an historic election. just less than 12 months ago, 17.4million citizens voted to leave the european union, an unprecedented rejection not only of the bureaucratic eu machine, but all of our major political parties, who closed ranks around remain. the technocrats o...



indyref2: making scotland a weapon against democracy | british politics | for eu




ever since the british electorate voted to leave the european union last june, nicola sturgeon, scotland’s first minister and leader of the scottish national party, has been desperately trying to undermine this democratic decision. wielding the prospect of another referendum on scottish independen...



local elections in interesting results shocker! | british politics | general ele




yet the local election results suggest that, so far at least, the remainer elites’ well-funded anti-democratic campaign is hardly sweeping all before it. the runaway winner was the conservative party – which, despite being led by remainers, is the one uk party that is clearly (if not always conv...



behind the phoney war over gibraltar | europe | for europe, against the eu | pol




but either way, one thing should be clear to all: the gibraltar dispute has nothing whatsoever to do with brexit. the referendum vote to withdraw from the eu was about the sovereignty of the british people over the entire united kingdom, not about who rules a little rock in the med. the vote to leav...



forget putin — it’s brussels that is meddling in our elections | british politic




the anti-brexit politicians being implicitly boosted by this foreign meddling are lapping it up. the juncker leaks ‘blow a massive hole in the conservative party’s arguments’, said lib dem leader and chief agitator against the democratic will, tim farron. keir starmer, labour’s shadow brexit...



forget putin — it’s brussels that is meddling in our elections | british politic




the anti-brexit politicians being implicitly boosted by this foreign meddling are lapping it up. the juncker leaks ‘blow a massive hole in the conservative party’s arguments’, said lib dem leader and chief agitator against the democratic will, tim farron. kier starmer, labour’s shadow brexit...



presstv-brexit: a complex divorce process




it’s becoming clear that there is far more complexity than thought behind britain’s exit from the european union, the so-called brexit.with triggering article 50 the british government should settle all differences with the eu before full separation from the continent.in many eu citizens eyes, b...



presstv-last tango in brussels




one could argue that the british political class has a long, yet damaging history of not taking european politics seriously.however, there seems to be a breeze of change in british politicians views towards european politics, and what could be more important than the presidential tight elections acr...



vote for democracy | british politics | general election 2017




we’re in the middle of the most important general election for a generation. for decades, election campaigns have been fought on narrow, technocratic terrain. they’ve been battles of soundbites, economic plans whose fine distinctions are of interest only to think-tankers and journalists, and foc...



british pm boosted by local elections ahead of key vote




final results showed the ruling centre-right party gaining ground across the country, with the main opposition labour party taking a pounding and brexit cheerleaders ukip all but wiped out.despite the thumping victory, may said there was no room for complacency ahead of the june 8 general election a...



osborne editing the standard is why brexit happened | british politics




the sense that politicians are closer to fleet street and the city than their constituents is part of the reason the british public made that bold strike for popular democracy last june. but much of the 140-character outrage so far expended has focused on what’s seen as the toryfication of the pre...



the tories: a pointless party | british politics | general election 2017




one of the striking ironies of theresa may’s humiliation at the polls last week was that a tory campaign that framed the election as a battle over brexit, in which the tories presented themselves as guardians of the people’s democratic will, as the one party that understood brexit voters and wou...



the brexiteer case against scottish independence | for europe, against the eu |




most brexiteers voted from a belief in democratic law-making, not from racism or farageism. as the ashcroft poll found, the main reason given by brexiteers for their opposition to the eu was ‘the principle that decisions about the uk should be taken in the uk’. brexit was about stripping away on...



let’s hope the lords have signed their own death warrant | british politics | fo




there is nothing racist about voting to leave the undemocratic, migrant-bashing european union, even in the hands of a tory government. surveys show that the vast majority of uk voters, including most leave supporters, want and expect eu nationals to be given the right to remain in the uk after brex...



one year on: let’s defend the brexit spirit | british politics | for europe, aga




a year ago today, the british public made history. 17.4million people voted to leave the european union, to break free from the technocratic straitjacket of brussels. this was a vote that was huge not only in size – the biggest vote for anything in our history, no less – but in its significance....



presstv-blair to ‘get hands dirty’ with uk politics again




former british prime minister tony blair has announced his plan to “get his hands dirty” with domestic politics again, 20 years after beating john major to enter downing street.in an interview with the daily mirror newspaper published on monday, blair said he is returning to politics in order to...



presstv-brexit may never happen: british mp




a senior british mp has suggested that brexit might never happen, casting doubt on the process that began months after britons voted to exit the european union on 23 june 2016.“i’m beginning to think that brexit may never happen,” liberal democrat mp sir vince cable told the bbc’s andrew mar...



france election: populism will survive marine le pen loss




far-right marine le pen probably won’t win the french presidency on sunday—though the loyalty of her base gives her a fighting chance. still, some in the media will inevitably argue that a le pen loss marks a significant defeat of euro-populism. not so fast. there's good reason to believe the cy...



unlike henry viii, may must execute the people’s will | british politics | for e




yet remembering that brexit is about more democracy also means recognising that the repeal bill does not go far enough. it does not ‘repeal’ the mass of eu rules at all. instead, it simply writes them all into uk legislation. as tory brexit minister steve baker says, it is ‘a matter of convert...



presstv-‘uk parliament should respect people’s will’




the uk parliament should support the people’s will to take the country out of the european union, an analyst in london says, raising the alarm over a growing division between the lawmakers over brexit.clive hambidge, director of human development and facilitate global, made the remarks while discu...



second round of brexit talks to tackle citizen rights, finances




british and european union envoys have begun a first round of negotiations on britain's divorce from the eu with both sides saying it was high time to tackle details, though feuding within the london cabinet over brexit terms may trouble the process. with little more than a year to decide the terms ...