Britain’s exit from the European Union could become a stumbling block

DrThe local elections went worse for the Conservative Party than they did for Boris Johnson. Despite the losses, particularly in London, the voter penalty remained at levels not seriously alarming the prime minister. Only a few local conservative politicians and MPs called for the head of government to be replaced. He is therefore in the … Read more

Boris Johnson: A mistake in politics

Who would suspect that tractors and naked women make such a strange combination, especially in terms of their domestic relationship. Make no mistake: MP Neil Parrish talked about “tractors”, which he searched “funnyly” on his cell phone before he “accidentally” fell on a porn site while sitting in the British Parliament, and its content at … Read more

How Boris Johnson reveals himself: the future of the BBC

“Betrayal, your name is Edmunds.” Thus began a tongue-in-cheek plume adapting Hamlet’s anger at his mother to disdain for entertainment host Noel Edmonds. In protest of the BBC’s threatening behavior when recording non-payers, the latter refused to pay the annual broadcast fee, which belongs exclusively to the broadcaster. Many, feeling the agency was bloated with … Read more

White report outlines future for the BBC

“Betrayal, your name is Edmunds.” Thus began a tongue-in-cheek plume adapting Hamlet’s anger at his mother to disdain for entertainment host Noel Edmonds. In protest of the BBC’s threatening behavior when recording non-payers, the latter refused to pay the annual broadcast fee, which belongs exclusively to the broadcaster. Many, feeling the agency was bloated with … Read more

‘Tied to one person…’: UK freezes Abramovich’s assets

“Tied to a person…” Britain freezes Abramovich’s fortune 10/03/2022, 11:19 AM Roman Abramovich is said to be close to Vladimir Putin, because of which the British government imposes sanctions on the oligarch. The owner of Chelsea FC is said to have benefited from concessions made by Putin and the Russian government. The British government placed … Read more