Why Brexit is a massive smokescreen (and why Britain should leave nonetheless)
The actual challenge is not to cede national sovereignty to some mythical state of international economic integration, but to resist the corruption of the national policy-making process by shifts to technocracies and to ensure that the voting systems are not corrupted by lobbyists working in the interests of specific capital elites”.
Police surround British Airways plane after ‘bomb threat’ warning
Officials have deemed the threat "less than credible"
UK calls for air drops of humanitarian aid to besieged towns in Syria
"While air drops are complex, costly and risky, they are now the last resort to relieve human suffering across many besieged areas"
Stephen Hawking: Trump ‘is a demagogue’
Theoretical physicist says he can't explain Donald Trump's political rise
David Cameron ‘toast within days’ if Britain votes to leave European Union, says Tory MP
"He has lied profoundly, and I think that is actually really at the heart of why Conservative MPs have been so angered”
EU Referendum: Boris Johnson compares EU’s aims to Hitler’s
Boris Johnson has likened the EU's intentions to Hitler's, saying both involved the plan to unify Europe under a single "authority"
Cameron on ‘Brexit’: ‘Isolationism has never served this country well’
British PM has outlined his "big, bold, patriotic case" for the UK to stay in the European Union, saying that the country would be weaker and less-equipped to combat terrorism if it voted to leave
Britain’s ruling party defends linking Muslim London mayor to extremism
Efforts by Britain's Conservatives to link the new London mayor to Muslim extremism during campaigning for the capital's election were just part of the "rough and tumble" of politics, a senior minister said
Labour’s Khan becomes first Muslim mayor of London after bitter campaign
Sadiq Khan, the son of a bus driver, became London's first Muslim mayor on Friday, seeing off a Conservative challenger who attempted to link him to extremism and securing a much-needed victory for his opposition Labour Party.
UK bows to pressure, will accept Syrian children from Europe
Britain’s government bowed to pressure Wednesday and agreed to take in some unaccompanied children from Syria who have made their way to Europe
Expats Living Abroad Denied Vote In European Referendum By High Court
British citizens who have been living in other European countries for more than 15 years are banned from voting in the June 23 referendum
Obama Touches a British Gentle Nerve in London
If UK citizens vote to leave the EU, Obama warned, they would be pushed “to the back of the queue” for trade deals with the United States