It looks increasingly likely that Boris Johnson will waltz into 10 Downing street thanks to the votes of 300 odd MPS and mere 160 000 Conservative members with an average age of 55. Needless to say, many people have questioned the democratic legitimacy of this, not least Boris Johnson himself.
True to the spirit of their nation, the people of the UK are fighting against tyranny by using the most effective weapon known to man; subtle and hilarious British humour.
Soon after Theresa May's resignation was announced on May 24th, 2019, Twitter lit up with endless side-splitting state. Here are ten of the best.
Nigel Farage took his dodgily-funded, manifesto-less Brexit "Party" to Wales this week. There he met BBC Cymru Wales’ political correspondent Arwyn Jones who asked him one question about Brexit. It didn't go well.
An estimated 1 million people flooded the streets of central London this Saturday in favour of a final say on Brexit, making it one of the biggest protests in British history. Needless to say there were plenty of super signs on display. Here are 48 of the best
Creator of recording-breaking Revoke Article 50 petition reveals that she's been subject to a torrent of online abuse from Leavers and three telephoned death threats.
While the deluded fanatics of the ERG witter on about the greatness of Brexit and bouffanted pub millionaires tour the country speaking nonsense, people in other countries have a clearer view. Take Italy, for example, where pizza has been used to express their bemusement.
You probably know Johan Runeberg, but what do you know about Fredrika Runeberg? As the wife of Finland’s national poet, Fredrika Runeberg has sometimes been overshadowed. Here are five fantastic facts to get to know her life and contributions to Finnish culture a little bit better.
Despite what Theresa May says, the facts don't lie. EU immigration has been hugely beneificial to the UK. Research from University College London shows European migrants pay in more in taxes than they take out in state benefits. That contribution – valued at £2bn a year – is helped fuel Britain’s economic growth over the last decade. Arek Widawski is one of these people.