Less than 3 months ago, on April 22, in an address to the British people that may have cost David Cameron his job and led to the ever more rancorous divorce between the UK and the EU, Barack Obama warned that the UK would be at the "back of the que
Special guest Daniel Hannan, a Member of the European Parliament and Euroskeptic explains what last month's historic Brexit vote means for the UK and the EU. Is this a turning point for localism over globalism?
Britain's central bank is on the cusp of pulling an unprecedented move to stop Brexit destroying the economy … The Bank of England is on the cusp of cutting interest rates to a new historic low again on Thursday in a bid to mitigate an impending
Theresa May will become the next prime minister of the United Kingdom on Wednesday.
Theresa May to become Prime Minister? With Andrea Leadsom dropping out of the Conservative leadership race, it is widely expected that Theresa May will be made Prime Minister within hours or days.
Sir John Chilcot, a member of the British establishment and also a member of the Butler Inquiry, the responsibility of which was to determine if the so-called "intelligence" used as the excuse for the US/UK invasion of Saddam Hussein's Iraq was
Denunciations of Tony Blair as the evil architect of Britain's involvement in the Iraq War often dominate discussions of what happened there and many will look to the Chilcot inquiry to provide further evidence of his guilt.
In a damning commentary on the rush to invade Iraq, Sir John Chilcot's inquiry found "diplomatic options had not" at the time "been exhausted. Military action was therefore not a last resort" -- as then Prime Minister Tony Blair led the pe
Today's release of the long-awaited "Chilcot Report" on the UK's participation in the 2003 Iraq war is a stark reminder of the lies that UK and US leaders used to fuel the war machine. When do we get our own commission to hold the US liars responsibl
This piece first appeared at Web of Debt. Sovereign debt -" the debt of national governments - has ballooned from $80 trillion to $100 trillion just since 2008. Squeezed governments have been driven to radical austerity measures, privatizing publ
M&G Suspends Trading In $6 Billion UK Property Fund
UK's Aviva Property Fund "Frozen" Due To "Lack Of Immediate Liquidity"
EU Commission staffer writes to ALL MPs demanding they overturn historic vote to leave
Man who campaigned for Britain to leave the EU says he is stepping down from leadership of the party
Top City law firm launches legal bid to stop new PM from triggering Brexit without a vote in Parliament - but why won't they reveal who they're working for?
The Queen has urged Britain's political leaders to calm down in the wake of the chaos triggered by the Brexit vote and told MSPs they should feel "hope and optimism" about the next five
Are a premier-opportunist and 'ignorant electorate without knowledge of politics', or a new global ambition of the Kingdom, the foundation of Brexit?
Scotland is expected to vote Yes in a second independence referendum and introduce its own currency before the UK leaves the European Union in 2019, according to American bank JP Morgan.
This article was written by Brandon Smith and originally published at his Alt-Market.com site. Editor's Comment: Is it possible that we have all been played through a crafty game of reverse psychology and scheming double games in the market place
Wealthy heir to Bloomingdale's chain sneers at populist voters who cherish "values and tradition"
For all the expectation of an imminent central bank intervention over the past two days, something which according to Bloomberg was the main catalyst for the stock surge since Monday, so far the world's money printers have been dead silent: not only
Well, that didn't take long. The graphite was hardly dry on the Brexit ballots when TVP Info, a Polish broadcaster, leaked a 9-page document drawn up by the German and French foreign ministers calling for an EU superstate complete with an EU army,
BALTIMORE - Last Thursday, the Brits said auf Wiedersehen and au revoir to the European Union. On Friday, the Dow sold off 611 points - a roughly 3.5% slump. What's going on?
took a long walk on the boardwalk with my wife and mother last night, after a long day of packing, doctor appointments, travel, unpacking, food shopping and buying enough liquor to get me through the next week. I was confident the oligarchs had the