Impeachment trial: Trump acquitted by Senate

  President Donald Trump has been cleared in his impeachment trail, ending congressional bid to oust him from office that divided the US.   IN an historic vote on Wednesday, The Senate, run by Fellow Republicans, voted to acquit him 52-48 on charges of abuse of power and 53-47 on obstruction of Congress and decided…

Governing Trump’s way

Trump administration is the leakiest administration since the Founding Fathers created parchment, much of what happens behind the scenes in nearly real-time accompanied by the running commentary from the President’s Twitter account. Washington Post reporters Philip Rocker and Carol Leonnig reveal Trump at his unvarnished, showing the unhinged decision-making and incompetence that has floored officials…

Clinton snubs Thatcher

According to Hillary Clinton’s latest book  “Margaret Thatcher did not deserve a place in the book about history’s gutsiest women because she failed to make a positive difference for others” The former first Lady is touring the UK promoting  “ “The Book of Gutsy Women: Favourite Stories of Courage and Resilience” , which she co-wrote with…

Snap General election approved for December 12

MPs last night overwhelmingly voted to end the Brexit paralysis at Westminster and put the issue back to the people, setting a general election for December 12, 2019. Boris Johnson’s plan to hold a pre-Christmas election was approve by 438 votes to 20, after Labour finally agreed to drop its opposition to an early poll,…

Keith Vaz faces six month suspension

Keith Vaz, former chair of the Commons Home Affairs-committee, is facing a six-month suspension from parliament after an inquiry found “compelling” evidence  he offered to procure class A drugs for other people. The Labour MP, who has represented Leicester East since 1087, resigned from the committee three years ago, after a newspaper exposé claimed he…

Fall of Thatcher, her changes to divide Britain

  A conspiracy removed Margaret Thatcher states Charles Moore almost in slow motion. The volume starts in 1987 with Thatcher’s third general election victory covers  her fall from power in 1990, and her subsequent decline.  In the previous two volumes Moore has worked 20 years covering her childhood  and early years, then her first victory…

Boris Johnson’s bid to secure Brexit

Boris Johnson will launch his bid to secure Brexit later this week with allies admitting they could know “by weekend” whether the EU is willing to engage with a detailed proposals to resolve the Irish border issue or if Britain is heading for a no-deal departure. Boris Johnson ,is hoping Leo Varadkar, Irish Prime Minister,…

Controversial years of early 1980s

The Labour Party under the leadership of Michael Foot  with the “longest suicide note in history” Labour’s 1983 election manifesto was deeply unpopular and it felt like a turning point in British politics. Margaret Thatcher had came power in 1979 with a daring plan to reverse Britain’s decline into shabbiness and chaos, as factories closed…