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Oct 04 2021
Pandora Papers: A simple guide to the Pandora Papers leak
The Pandora Papers is a leak of almost 12 million documents that reveals hidden wealth, tax avoidance and, in some cases, money laundering by some of the world's rich and powerful.
More than 600 journalists in 117 countries have been trawling through the files from 14 sources for months, finding stories that are being published this week.
The data was obtained by theBBC News
Mar 12 2019
Brexit: May in final push to convince MPs to back deal
Theresa May is making a final bid to save her Brexit deal ahead of a crunch Commons vote.
Battling a sore throat after late night talks with the EU, the prime minister urged MPs to back her "improved deal" or risk "no Brexit at all".
But a key group of Tory Brexiteers and the DUP, who keep her government in power, have both rejected the deal.
They say the legal assurancesBBC News
Jun 11 2017
General election 2017: Theresa May is a dead woman walking, says Osborne
Prime Minister Theresa May is "a dead woman walking" who will inevitably face a leadership challenge, former Tory Chancellor George Osborne has said.BBC News
Nov 17 2020
The Failure of Black Lives Matter
BLM's anti-police rallying cry was the dumbest, most self-destructive slogan in American politics in a very long time.
Black Lives Matter came up with the single most effective political slogan of the year.
While no one was likely to be overly impressed with Joe Biden’s line, “Build Back Better,” and Donald Trump’s “Keep America Great” or “Make America Great Again, Again” didn’tRich Lowry
Dec 29 2020
Controversial monument depicting Lincoln standing over a freed slave removed from the Back Bay
A controversial statue depicting Abraham Lincoln standing over a half-dressed, formerly enslaved man has been removed from its longtime location in Boston’s Back Bay, months after the city’s Art Commission voted to take it down amid a nationwide reckoning on racial justice.
On Tuesday morning, workers took the statue, “Emancipation Group,” from its perch in Park Square across the streetThe Boston Globe
Dec 14 2019
Boris Johnson and the Coming Trump Victory in 2020
Donald Trump, in his telling, could have shot somebody on Fifth Avenue and won. Boris Johnson could mislead the queen. He could break his promise to get Britain out of Europe by Oct. 31. He could lie about Turks invading Britain and the cost of European Union membership. He could make up stories about building 40 new hospitals. He could double down on the phantom $460 million a week thatNew York Times (Opinion)
Dec 13 2019
General Election 2019: What's behind the Conservative victory?
Boris Johnson has won a decisive majority, on the back of a big swing from Labour to the Conservatives in Leave-voting Britain.
Yet north of the border the SNP dramatically almost swept the board.
With all results now declared, the prime minister has won a majority of 80 seats - the biggest Tory majority since 1987.
Meanwhile, at 44%, the party's share of the vote is setBBC News
Sep 03 2019
Boris Johnson calls for SNAP ELECTION after Remainer MPs WIN vote to seize control of Commons by 328 to 301 - but Jeremy Corbyn says law to stop No Deal must be passed BEFORE a poll
Boris Johnson called for a snap election tonight after he suffered a stinging defeat at the hands of Remainers.
The Prime Minister lost a crunch vote that gives a rebel alliance control of Commons business - with the aim of passing a law to stop No Deal.
The victory for pro-EU MPs - by a big margin of 328 to 301 - came despite Mr Johnson threatening to end the careers of ToriesDaily Mail
Sep 03 2019
Boris Johnson's Brexit Plans Hit Turbulence After Conservative Defection
Boris Johnson's path to his self-imposed Brexit deadline just keeps getting rockier.
On Tuesday, less than two months from the date he set for the U.K.'s divorce from the European Union — with or without a deal on the terms of the breakup — the British prime minister suffered another significant blow to his fraying support in Parliament: Phillip Lee, a fellow Tory, defected from JohnsonNPR (Online News)
Mar 27 2019
May Aims to Put Her Deal to Third Vote This Week: Brexit Update
Theresa May aims to put her twice-defeated Brexit deal to another vote this week, amid signs some Brexit hardliners might be willing to back it. Parliament will vote on alternatives to May’s deal tonight. If they pick a softer Brexit with close ties to the bloc, it could end up pushing Brexiteers to support May’s compromise as the least-bad option.
Key Developments: May addresses theBloomberg