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Sturgeon’s Humble Apology Vs. Salmond’s “Je Ne Regrette Rien”: Sexism at Its Best

It is crime story written by a masterful writer: the altercation between Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, and her former guru, Alex Salmond, over...
independence referendum

Scotland’s Political Future: Split or Solidarity over Independence Referendum

There are several different political parties in Scotland with different philosophies. The Scottish Parliament, Holyrood, has 129 Members from across the country. There are...
Scottish independence

IndYref2 Poll Validity Limits: Authentic or Hand-Picked?

The results of the Scottish Independence poll, which was randomly sent to the e-mail of 1000 people, show less than 50% support for Scottish...

Salmond Riot Threat to Independence Process

Increased Tendency Towards Independence Among the Scots After the UK Withdrawal from the EU The UK withdrawal from the EU was completed at the beginning...
UK Labour leader Keir Starmer

Labour Losing Working-Class Voters; Tories still ahead in Polls

In April 2020, Sir Keir Starmer was chosen with 56 per cent of the votes as the new leader of Labour preceding Jeremy Corbin. The...

The Special Relationship: UK-US Ties in the Johnson-Trump Era

The UK and the US are known as close allies and share common interests in global issues with a Special Relationship. This relationship is...

Problems within the Labour Party and possible defeat in next year’s elections

The bipolar atmosphere within the Labour Party has shaken its social base. The lack of acceptable leadership in the Labour Party is sending workers to...

Scottish Elections: The Prospects of the May Elections and its Impact on the Independence...

Scotland has stated its outspoken opposition to leaving the EU from the outset, and its people, unlike the rest of Britain, voted against Brexit...
Red Budget Box, is Gladstone’s 1860 leather briefcase

Boris Johnson’s Defence Policies: the UK Budget Deficit

The fiscal year ends on 5 April in the UK. The Chancellor of the Exchequer announces the Budget once a year in the House...

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