Trump Impeached for inciting the deadly riot at the US Capitol

Ten rebel Republicans voted with 222 Democrats after a day of debate in the House of Representatives. Trump becomes the first US president ever to be impeached twice with the proceedings now set to move to the Senate for trial. The US House of Representatives is preparing a vote to impeach President Donald Trump over…

How to Make Britain Great again

Respected financial journalist Alex Brummer and Brexit supporter was offering an argument for optimism in his must read book The Great British Reboot, and offers a manifesto for how to re-engineer the UK economy. Brummer’s  prescriptions align with Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s political prospectus, despite the gap between strategy and implementation remains wide apart. His analysis of…

Police officer dies after being hit by rioters with a fire hydrant

Police officer Brian D Sicknick who died late on Thursday after sustaining injuries while physically engaging with protesters has become the fifth fatality of the riots. US media reported that Sicknick who had worked for the Capitol Police for more than 10 years and most recently worked in its first responder unit was hit with…

“Freedom in our hands” Johnson on Brexit: Dawn of New era for UK

  A new era has begun for the United Kingdom  as  the UK stopped following EU rules at 23:00 GMT, as replacement arrangement for travel, trade, immigration and security came into force. Boris Johnson said the UK had “Freedom in our Hands” and the ability to do things “differently and better” . The first lorries…

Brexit Bill approved by the Commons

The House of Commons votes on the first stage of the EU-UK Brexit trade deal which put the agreement into law. The Commons approves the measures by 521 votes to 73 at its first stage in Commons as the Parliament was recalled to put the agreement into UK Law, one day before the UK stops…

Zhang Zhan jailed for four year for Wuhan reports

Zhang Zhan, a former lawyer and Chinese citizen journalist who covered Wuhan’s coronavirus outbreak has been jailed for four years. She was found guilty of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble”, a frequent charge against activists. The former 37-year-old lawyer was detained in May and has been on hunger strike for several months. Chinese authorities are…

UK and EU agree post-Brexit trade deal

The UK and the EU signed a long-awaited trade deal treaty  effective from 1st January 2021 and take over from the arrangements under the transition period which has been the UK continue to follow most EU rules since Brexit day. A comprehensive free trade, free movement Canada style £750bn deal  has been agreed.  We are…

Realistic effort to defend freedom, prosprity and peace

G John Ikenberry, a professor at Princeton University is member of an elite group who claims to come up with idea that has shaped the real-world politics, gives an insight into today’s fractured political movement. Creating an international space for liberal democracy, preserving rights and protections within and between countries and balancing conflicting values such…