Rishi Sunak Announces General Election For July 4

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced a General Election will be held on July 4. The statement comes after days of mounting speculation in Westminster. Earlier, Foreign Secretary Lord Cameron cut short a trip to Albania, while Defence Secretary Grant Shapps delayed an overseas trip to attend cabinet Despite opinion polls showing a potential 100+ … Read more

Sunak refuses to sack Braverman as PM has final word in ‘supportive letter’

Suella Braverman will remain Home Secretary, despite opposition parties demanding for an investigation and potentially her dismissal. The news comes after it was revealed on Sunday that she had asked state officials to assist her in avoiding a group speed awareness training. Rishi Sunak stated in a letter to the Home Secretary that his independent … Read more

Rishi Sunak confidently says Brits will still choose him as Prime Minister for next five years

Rishi Sunak backed himself to be Prime Minister for another five years, predicting that the Conservatives would win the next general election. The Prime Minister flatly denied speculations that his party may join a coalition if it fails to gain a majority, saying that he is only interested in winning an outright majority. The Conservatives … Read more

West already in a Cold War with China, ex PM Liz Truss claims

Whether we like it or not, the Western world is already at war with China, according to former Prime Minister Liz Truss. Former UK Prime Minister Liz Truss has reportedly warned that the West is already at war with China, saying that nations in America and Europe must decide whether to appease or confront the … Read more

Brexit has failed and was totally mismanaged, claims Farage

Brexit, according to Nigel Farage, has “failed” economically because the UK’s exit has been “mismanaged.” The former Ukip leader denied that Britain would have been better off staying in the EU, but he said that the country had not taken advantage of the economic benefits of leaving. High taxes and even more red tape than … Read more

Zelensky targets ‘jets coalition’ with Sunak on surprise UK visit

Kyiv appears to have abandoned its quest to fly British fighter jets over Ukraine, instead accepting the UK’s assistance in obtaining the more common, US-made F16 Falcon. Volodymyr Zelensky paid a ‘surprise visit’ to the United Kingdom on Monday, meeting with Rishi Sunak for “substantive negotiations,” according to the Ukrainian leader. Zelensky praised the UK … Read more

Should Kemi Badenoch Resign Over Brexit Bonfire?

One political commentator claimed that the Business Secretary was courting “career suicide” by dialling back efforts to invalidate EU rules in the UK. The UK government announced plans to repeal 600 EU rules by the end of the year, less than the 4,000 pledged in a so-called “Brexit bonfire.” Business Secretary Kemi Badenoch stated that … Read more

Archbishop of Canterbury chastised for siding with people smugglers in latest political intervention

According to former Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom George Brandis, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby should “stay out of politics.” He chastised a senior priest for criticising the Government’s migration policies earlier this week in the House of Commons. The Archbishop of Canterbury condemned the Government’s flagship unlawful migration bill as “morally unacceptable” … Read more

Joe Biden says ‘I hate the English’ amidst King’s Coronation snub

Joe Biden said “I hate the English” during a private meeting in the mid-to-late 2000s. The horrific anecdote was revealed on the Rest is Politics podcast, which is hosted by former Labour spin doctor Alastair Campbell and former Conservative minister Rory Stewart. The political veterans were analysing the “special relationship” between the United Kingdom and … Read more

REVEALED: ‘Limited list of laws’ to be abolished in post-Brexit bonfire of EU red tape

Changes to restrictions on genetically engineered Japanese carnations, Polish canal boats, broken rice, and Fijian sailors are among the highlights of Britain’s post-Brexit burning of EU regulations and red tape. Kemi Badenoch has blamed the Government’s reversal on its pledge to repeal the estimated 4,800 EU legislation that would stay on British law books after … Read more