If the United Kingdom does go through with Brexit, it could lead to an existential crisis for the United Kingdom itself.
Brexit seems like it’s inevitable at this point, and that could set in motion a series of events that would mean the end of the United Kingdom.
With just days to go before the end of the month, the European Union has agreed to another Brexit extension. Before we get there, though, thee’s likely to be another General Election.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson suffered a huge and historic loss in the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
Adding to the political headaches for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a new poll shows majority support for Scottish independence in Scotland as the United Kingdom stumbles toward Brexit.
Europe’s highest Court appeared to hand the United Kingdom a way of escaping Brexit altogether if it chose to go that route. This will greatly complicate the domestic political situation for Theresa May.
The Scots want to stop Brexit, but it’s not clear they have the power to stop it.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is hinting she might try to revive a Scottish independence vote in the wake of Brexit. That’s easier said than done.
Great Britain heads to the polls today.
A night of carnage and depravity in the United Kingdom.
A political surprise in Great Britain as Prime Minister Theresa May calls a snap election for June 8th.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that she will formally invoke Article 50 of the European Union treaty on March 29th, thus officially beginning a Brexit process likely to take years.
Scotland’s First Minister is calling for another independence vote in the wake of the beginning of the Brexit process, but she’s unlikely to get it.
By a narrow margin, British voters have chosen to send their nation, themselves, and indeed all of Europe into uncharted waters.
With the election behind him, David Cameron’s biggest problems may be yet to come.
The just-concluded British General Election was also a clash between two former top advisers to President Obama.
After weeks of polls predicting a political stalemate or worse, British voters delivered a strong win for David Cameron and the Tories.
Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party, could hold the key to the future of Britain in her hands after the election ends on May 7th.
Great Britain heads to the polls in less than a week, and it remains unclear just what’s going to happen.