Democrats have taken control of the U.S. House of Representatives in the midterm elections, while president Donald Trump’s Republicans have maintained control of the Senate.
Continue reading U.S. midterms: Democrats take control of the House, GOP retain the Senate →
Americans are voting in the most hotly contested midterm elections in recent history today, against a political backdrop of division and polarisation.
Continue reading U.S. midterms: America goes to the polls →
U.S. president Donald Trump, yesterday, insulted ABC News reporter Cecilia Vega as he called upon her to ask a question at a White House press conference. Continue reading WATCH: Trump insults reporter: “I know you’re not thinking. You never do” →
Earlier this week, the U.S. president found himself embroiled in legal and political scandal. Continue reading Trump’s America: Impeaching the president? →
When the Prime Minister called for a General Election on April 18, Jeremy Corbyn was seen by many as the outsider; unfathomable that he might come close to Downing Street.
This morning The Times published a YouGov poll, predicting a hung parliament. Continue reading Are we watching a repeat of the U.S. election taking place in the UK? →
Yesterday, the President of the United States fired the man leading an investigation into his ties with Russia. Continue reading The fallout after Trump fires the director of the FBI →
The United States is ready to strike a new bilateral trade agreement with Britain, according to the U.S. Speaker of the House. Continue reading UK and US ready to strike bilateral free trade deal ‘as soon as possible’ →
A controversial, right-wing anchor on the U.S. news channel Fox News has been dropped from the network.
Continue reading Controversial U.S. news anchor dropped after sexual harassment allegations →