US President Donald Trump rolled into the UK on Monday, dishing out scorching insults like it was going out of fashion. Surely Brexit Britain has
On May 20 the United Kingdom appointed its first human rights ambassador to the United Nations and two days later the General Assembly of the
There is a story about an enthusiastic American who took a phlegmatic English friend to see the Niagara Falls. “Isn’t that amazing?” exclaimed the American.
The best thing that can be said about outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May is that she did not cause irreparable harm to her country
Mrs Thatcher’s great sell-off of publicly owned services and assets, continued by successive governments, started exactly forty years ago to a fanfare of positive publicity.
At the “end of the world,” spanning the southernmost regions of Argentina and Chile, lies the land of Patagonia, much of which remains a pristine
On Tuesday in the British parliament, Labour’s shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry asked an urgent question relating to allegations that British troops have been covertly
Today marks the start of the fifth year of the Anglo-American bombing campaign against Yemen, the poorest country in the Arab world. Since then, the