The case of Bahraini human rights activist, Moosa Abd-Ali, raises difficult questions about Britain’s cosy alliance with the Bahraini dictatorship.
Boris Johnson’s ascension to the premiership has caused widespread anxiety in the British Muslim community. These fears have been heightened by a former leading conservative’s warning of the inherent dangers of Johnson’s leadership.
The United Kingdom’s impotence in managing its internal affairs has grabbed the headlines once again. knife crime is rising and as the government fails to “adequately” address the crisis, the Home Affairs select committee is taking action.
Blood money filtering in from select Middle East Arab states has helped the United Kingdom reclaim its place as the world's second-largest arms exporter.
A senior US-based analyst says that newly-appointed UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson could end up being one of the “shortest-tenured” prime ministers in British history if he pushes Britain towards a no-deal Brexit on October 31.
For the 37th consecutive Saturday the anti-government Yellow Vests marched nationwide. They continue to be the only social movement in recent memory which has not gone on Christmas or now summer vacation.
Several hundred cyclists have taken to the streets of London to protest the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and to raise money for a Palestinian charity.
Staffers at the Bahraini regime’s embassy in London have beaten and reportedly attempted to throw an activist off the diplomatic building’s roof as he was protesting the regime’s recent execution of three pro-democracy campaigners.
Boris Johnson’s 22-member cabinet has been subjected to intense scrutiny by the British press.