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Brexit: What’s Happened Since

A year and a half has passed since the historical vote. What has happened since then?

5 Nationalist Movements to Watch

Nationalist movements are on the rise.

BBC Censors “Climate Deniers” 

The British Broadcasting Corporation, a public news organization funded by the UK Government, has told their staff to “give climate deniers unequal air time”. This means that the news channel will no longer allow skeptics of the thought of climate change to debate people who do agree with the idea of climate change. The evidence ...

Is Scottish Independence Dead?

Independence has consumed Scottish Politics, which made Scotland different from the rest of the UK during the election

The Heartbreaking Story of Charlie Gard

Charlie Gard a seven month-year-old British toddler has recently made headlines in his fight against mitochondrial depletion syndrome, a rare and incurable mitochondrial disease

A Bad Year for Conservatives in Europe

2017, a year where the eyes of the world have been focused on politics more than ever, has had its fair share of unpredictable events

Tim Farron to Step Down as Liberal Democrat Leader

Pictured: Tim Farron Lib Dems leader Tim Farron resigns, citing his personal faith as a reason why his leadership cannot continue.

A Brief History Of The British Labour Party

Pictured: The red rose of democratic socialism, an ideology held by Jeremy Corbyn and many within the Labour Party. The Labour Party has many twists within its history, both modern and old.

The Future of Brexit

As the United Kingdom begins the process of Brexit, May's government will have to keep many things in mind.

Who are the DUP?

Pictured: Arlene Foster, DUP Leader Following the election last Thursday, the DUP members (Democratic Unionist Party) were made kingmakers after Theresa May failed to get the majority she needed in the House of Commons