The UK’s Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party Theresa May has announced she will be resigning as Prime Minister for the UK on the June 7th. Her speech was the usual resignation speech you’d expect, not dissimilar to Former Prime Minister David Cameron’s speech she talks about all the great things the party have achieved while in power. …
- 15 March
In yet another day of heated debates and requests for a second referendum in parliament yesterday a vote was eventually made to request an extension on the Brexit Deal by up to two months.
- 13 March
In June 2016 the people of the UK voted on whether they would like to remain or leave the European Union. A 52% majority voted to leave and so the fun began.
- 4 March
Richard D. Hall extends his initial investigation into the alleged murder of the Labour MP Jo Cox in 2016 just weeks before the UK public went to vote in the EU Referendum.
- 23 May
In the summer of 2016 in the build up to the UK’s infamous Brexit referendum a Politician by the name of Jo Cox was murdered whilst getting out of her car. According to reports she was stabbed and shot by a man called Tommy Mair. Mair had a history of mental health issues but had no history of Violence or …
- 6 March
As protests still run rampant throughout the US in support and more commonly in defiance of Donald Trump and social media continues to remain in a perpetual storm of political bitchery, if you sit back and look around nothing has changed. The World is still full of the same suffering it was six months ago, bombs still fall, families are …
- 14 December
Russia seems to now be the root cause of every problem the Western Establishment’s are having. They are responsible (according to the state) for Trump being elected President of America in the 2016 US elections. They are responsible (according to the state) for the uprising of anti-establishment values within western society. So it was only a matter of time before Russia …
- 4 December
Jean-Claude-Juncker is pleading for EU members not to hold referendums as if given a choice the majority population of each nation state will undoubtedly vote to leave the European Union. With the UK now ‘allegedly’ leaving the EU after the majority voted to leave in the referendum and many other member states showing signs of itchy feet and looking for an …
- 3 November
This is not at all surprising, as we said back in June when the results came in that the public decided to leave the EU, it’s unlikely to happen. Article 50 has still not been triggered, Theresa May is ‘claiming’ she fully intends to trigger Article 50 in March 2017. Today a Court ruling has decided that Parliament must vote …
- 17 July
In an article from the BBC a link is trying to be established between those who voted out of the European Union and those who support the Death Penalty. The article titled ‘The link between Brexit and the death penalty’ is in response to a panel survey conducted on 24,000 individuals about their views on the Death Penalty and whether they would …