It seems the odds are the Boris Johnson will be the next PM of the UK.
Farage: If Britain Doesn't Leave The European Union, 'Catastrophe' Conservatives 'In Very Real Trouble'
At first blush the results in Germany for the EU elections looked like nothing of significance had happened.
In 2016, James Delingpole commented that toffs hate Brexit because it's the Peasants' Revolt.
Brexit chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, is boxing with the wind, landing no punches with wild blasts at the UK.
On 22 May 2019, British Steel announced that they had become insolvent and the company entered receivership with the UK.
Euro is rallying against the dollar and BTP yields are tumbling after the Italian government has responded to EU concerns (threats of fines) about the southern European nation's surging debtload.
Europe Polarizes Between Nationalists and Globalists as Old Parties Fritter Away
THIS WEEK'S EU PARLIAMENT ELECTIONS sent political shockwaves across Europe, with far-right nationalist parties racking up major victories in France, Italy, and even the U.K. Established parties in Britain took a pounding as voters flocked to Nigel
Nigel Farage speaks to GMB after the Brexit Party stormed ahead in the EU elections and insists he will not stop until the UK leaves the European Union citing the failure to depart on March 30th as the reason many chose to vote for his party.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage on Brexit party winning the most seats in the U.K. government in the latest election.
European populists have proclaimed victory at the EU vote. Should the Kremlin rejoice?
BRUSSELS -- Populists and nationalists who want to chip away at the European Union's powers increased their share in Europe's Parliament after four days of continent-wide elections, but it was not the deluge that many traditionalists had feared.
Nigel Farage has led the Brexit Party to victory while the establishment parties are left assessing the damage after their historic losses, with the Brexiteer declaring: "This is just the beginning."
Political scene now "split between nationalists and globalists".