When British Prime Minister Theresa May called for snap elections on June 8, everyone was predicting she’d pull off a landslide victory. The UK’s Conservatives are surfing the wave of the aftermath of Brexit by consistently standing behind their promise to leave the European Union, something their political rivals have failed to do.
In a month, the United Kingdom will head to the polls to vote for a new Parliament. The election has been severely underreported for a reason: it isn’t a serious confrontation between political parties.
This article is the translation of the script of my radio column for Radio 100.7 in Luxembourg, which can be found here. The United Kingdom’s protectionist Corn Laws of the 19th century were a disaster for the local industry, despite have the exact opposite intention. Europe is walking its footsteps.
100 leading conservationists, politicians and celebrities addressed an open letter (which has been published by The Telegraph) to the government of the United Kingdom, asking for a ban on ivory trade. They want Her Majesty’s Government to become a global leader on the prohibition of wildlife trade and help combat African poaching groups. Since we know how beneficial […]