The socialist Jeremy Corbyn, who led Labour to its worst election defeat since 1935, says his party will be the “resistance” to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The former Deputy Leader of the Labour Party says that he was forced out of parliament because of abuse he suffered at the hands of the far-left within the party. Tom Watson, former MP for West Bromwich East, said that
It has been a year of Brexit battles these past 12 months, but it finally looks like the end is near and the UK will leave the EU, more than three and a half years after the historic referendum.
A Pan-African Reparations Coalition in Europe spokesman has condemned the British voting public as being “poisoned” by “the toxins of white supremacy” following Boris Johnson’s election victory.
Grime rapper Stormzy, who has been invited to provide a televised Christmas Day message by the BBC, has denounced Britain as “100 per cent” racist, and claimed that Boris Johnson is making it worse.
Jeremy Corbyn faced “fury and despair” from Labour Party MPs, with many blaming the hard-left leader for the party’s disastrous loss in last week’s general election.
Leftist journalist and talking head Yasmin Alibhai-Brown has revealed that she broke down “sobbing and sobbing” in a shop over Boris Johnson’s triumph at the ballot box in a delayed post-election breakdown.
Tony Blair has admitted that Brexit was a factor in the election, but suggested that Labour might not have lost had they pushed for a second referendum since 2016.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen, in a series of recommendations to help begin the “healing process” in the UK, has called for the government to knight Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage.
The House of Commons returns to work today and Prime Minister Boris Johnson will start to implement his Conservative Party agenda, including repealing David Cameron’s Fixed-Term Parliaments Act, which stymied and delayed the Brexit process earlier this year.
The United Kingdom has yet again defied prognostications and expectations from anti-Brexit economists, posting record job numbers under the leadership of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
A top Labour Party MP has blamed the party’s historic election defeat under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn on bias against the party from the BBC.
Conservative critics are raising concerns over Boris Johnson’s liberal instincts, among them his high-spending and open-borders views.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will make it illegal for parliament to force the British government to extend the transition period beyond December 31st, 2020.
A comedy night banned Conservative-voting comedians in the name of “inclusiveness” in the wake of the British general election, telling them to find “free speech zones” elsewhere.
Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller has admitted defeat, but said Remainers’ next battleground will be to campaign to make the UK’s exit from the EU as soft as possible.
Jeremy Corbyn fired the starting gun on the race to replace him as party leader, and the early favourite is loyalist Rebecca Long-Bailey.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to welcome 109 new Conservative Party MPs to the House of Commons on Monday before kick-starting his plans for exiting the European Union.
Members of the House of Lords have demanded an apology after Lady Tongea blamed the “pro-Israel” lobby for the outcome of the election.
Brexit secretary Michael Gove has said that the new Conservative Brexit government will agree on a trade deal with the European Union by the end of 2020, as scheduled.
British Muslims have “begun to leave the UK after Boris Johnson won the election” according to a journalist writing for a major newspaper — but his evidence for this very weak.
The map showing how the General Election result would have turned out if only 18- to 24-year-olds voted is terrifying.
Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage has a clear message for “woke celebrities” in the wake of the left’s crushing defeat in the British elections: don’t give up the day job, and start speaking to people outside the London bubble
Hard-left Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has struck a defiant tone in the wake of his party’s electoral disaster on December 12th, declaring “we won the argument” and insisting “our time will come”.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservatives have won their largest majority since Margaret Thatcher was returned to power for the third time in 1987, with an 80-seat majority.
LONDON (AP) – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged Saturday to repay the trust of voters in the working-class heartland of northern England who rejected the Labour Party and helped give him an 80-seat majority at this week’s election.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage was attacked both by elements within his own party and by Conservatives during the general election campaign when he declared a “unilateral leave alliance”, but his gamble has paid off as the hard-left Labour party were crushed at the polls.