A number of GOP politicians criticized Trump over 1/6 and some resigned.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit Plan scored a big win in Parliament, which makes a January 31st Brexit essentially inevitable.
Boris Johnson and the British Conservative Party scored a huge win in yesterday’s General Election, while Labour walked away with its biggest defeat in a generation.
British voters are voting today in the third election in four years. This time, the fate of Brexit is on the ballot.
With just days to go before the election, Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party appears headed for a win that should allow him to finish Brexit.
If the United Kingdom does go through with Brexit, it could lead to an existential crisis for the United Kingdom itself.
Boris Johnson and the Conservative Party are on course for a big win in December 12th’s General Election.
Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party is helping out Boris Johnson’s Tories. Sort of.
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 the 2019 United Kingdom General Election campaign just starting, Boris Johnson and the Tories look to be in strong shape. However, anything can happen in the next six weeks.
Rather than getting a final vote on his Brexit deal, Prime Minister Boris johnson suffered another defeat.
The United Kingdom and European Union have apparently reached a new Brexit deal, but it’s unclear if Boris Johnson can get it through Parliament.
With just over two weeks to go until the deadline, the status of Brexit is entirely unclear.
As the Brexit deadline approaches, Boris Johnson’s options dwindle and a hard Brexit becomes more likely.
More on rules and how they matter (plus issues of representation).
Next week could be a crucial one for Boris Johnson’s future in power.
Boris Johnson suffers a setback in court in Scotland, including a specific finding that he misled Queen Elizabeth II when he sought her permission to suspend Parliament.
The so-called “rebel alliance’ in the House of Commons continues to stack up wins against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but Johnson could still win in the end.
The House of Commons handed Prime Minister Boris Johnson a huge loss yesterday, throwing the short-term future of Brexit into doubt.
Parliament returns for a short period tomorrow, but there’s little time for those who hope to stop Boris Johnson’s plans to force a hard Brexit.
The reaction to Boris Johnson’s move to suspend Parliament to force a hard Brexit is mostly negative, but there appears to be little that can be done to stop it.
A newly released report leaked from inside the British Government notes that a hard Brexit is likely to be a disaster for the British economy.
It looks as if Boris Johnson’s government could be looking to call for a snap election to he held in the immediate aftermath of Brexit.
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.
Boris Johnson has been in office for barely a week and he’s already facing an existential political crisis.
Boris Johnson now has the job he’s wanted since he entered politics. Whether he succeeds or fails should become readily apparent rather quickly.
As early as Tuesday, Boris Johnson could be confirmed as the winner in the race for Tory leadership. This will make him the next British Prime Minister. Not everyone in the United Kingdom is thrilled about that idea.
The next Prime Minster of the United Kingdom will be chosen by a very small segment of both the population and the Conservative Party. Does that make sense?
Theresa May has announced she is stepping down as leader of the Conservative Party as of June 7th, starting a process that will have her out of Downing Street withing the next two months or so.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking an extension on her promise to leave office at the same time that the political future of her Conservative Party becomes increasingly doubtful.
As a no-deal Brexit becomes more likely, the EU is taking things personally.
With just over two months to go until the March 29th deadline, British Prime Minister Theresa May is no closer to a Brexit deal.
Theresa May survived the Labour Party’s call for a no-confidence vote, but the future for her and for her country remain as hazy as ever.
Theresa May is likely to survive today’s no confidence vote, but what happens after that is unclear given that changes to her Brexit deal seem unlikely.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal suffered the worst defeat in the modern history of the British Parliament, and nobody is sure what happens next.
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 European Union has approved the final Brexit deal negotiated with Theresa May’s government, but the final chapter has yet to be written.
The Scots want to stop Brexit, but it’s not clear they have the power to stop it.
As Brexit hangs by a thread in the United Kingdom, the European Union makes clear that renegotiation of the agreement that has been reached is a non-starter.
Theresa May’s government is barely hanging on to power thanks to Brexit negotiations that clearly seem to be headed for disaster.
British voters appear to be regretting their decision to leave the European Union, but it may be too late to stop the process.
Part III is here (a lot sooner than Part II was).
There’s no real plan and nobody appears to know what waits on the other side, but the United Kingdom continues to meander towards Brexit.
The overwhelming success of the abortion referendum in Ireland is leading to calls for similar action in Northern Ireland, but it won’t be easy.
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.
As Brexit negotiations go on and the consequences of Britain leaving the European Union become clearer, some Britons are starting to ask for a chance at a second referendum.
After a long wait, gays and lesbians in Australia have achieved marriage equality.
An overwhelming majority of Australians voted in favor of marriage equality in a non-binding referendum. The ball is now in the court of the nation’s legislature to move forward.