The British Prime Minister resorts to an age-old political ploy of UK politics, blaming the French.
A political decision principally made by the prime minister alone will determine what sort of exit from the EU we start 2021 with.
How the cooptation of the pre-Corbyn Labour Party’s agenda is designed to keep Boris Johnson and the Tories in power for a long period.
The Labour anti-Semitism story may spin on. Will some of Corbyn’s Labour Party friends now start to quietly assert that they lost the election because of the Jews?
What are the real driving forces of British politics? Reflecting on the Tory victory in the UK’s 2019 general election.
Lower-income voters, at least in the U.S. and UK cases, care more about cultural messaging than their share of the economy.
What are the hard lessons for Europe’s young leftist party activists, including Germany’s SPD, from Jeremy Corbyn’s 2019 defeat in the UK?
Final polls cast some doubt over a Conservative majority.
If Johnson does not win a majority, it would be a major defeat for him and some kind of technical government would have to be formed — mainly to organize a new referendum.
In three weeks British voters decide on the fate the biggest left-wing political offer made in a western democracy since 1981.