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The unprecedented increase in food poverty in the UK

Many people in the UK are struggling with the crisis of rising food costs and food poverty. In this regard, the Bank of England announced that...

The UK Government Loses International Reputation by Gambling on Northern Ireland Protocol

The UK government has threatened to take unilateral action on Northern Ireland Protocol. London will scrap some parts of the post-Brexit deal without permission...

The UK GDP Breakdown; Uncertain Future of Britain’s Economy

The UK economy has suffered a significant slump in the first quarter of 2022. Decreased production and low investment have resulted in the UK...

Brexit: money laundering opportunities in the UK

The UK has become "the jurisdiction of choice for dirty money", harming its national reputation and democratic institutions A cross-party group of MPs have said...

The UK Government To Restore a Foreign Policy of the British Empire Era

  UK foreign policy is primarily based on the ideological assumption that roots in the legacy of an empire. The outcome of Brexit and the...

Sinn Féin’s victory: The remnants of the IRA come to power

The election has increased political pressure to move towards a united Ireland. Sinn Féin was once denigrated as the political arm of the IRA...

Labour’s propaganda and violent attack on conservatives over livelihood crises

The livelihood crisis in the UK- Labour party slashes over Conservatives.  Conservatives use public resources to marginalize Keir Starmer, across the Labor Party has approved...

British Prime Minister Critisised for Comparing the War in Ukraine with Brexit

In a provocative move, the British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, compared the Ukrainian struggle with Russia to the action of British people who voted...

Boris Johnson Is A New-age Populist

Following the Partygate" scandal, when Boris Johnson found himself under fire for breaching lockdown rules, he played his populist politics again to fight back...

National Insurance: the increase in NICs reasonable or irrational

Mr Johnson told reporters on Monday during a visit to Milton Keynes Hospital that "we have to pay for" NHS upgrades. "The NHS has...
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