Boris Johnson moved to intensive care

“Prime Minister Boris Johnson(55)  has been moved to intensive care in hospital after his coronavirus symptoms worsened”, Downing Street has said. Mr. Johnson has asked Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab to deputise “ where necessary” the spokesman added. A No 10 statement read: “ The prime minister has been under the care of doctors at St…

Boris rushed to hospital

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was taken to a London Hospital on Sunday evening with “persistent symptoms” including a temperature – for a series of routine tests. PM Boris Johnson is still very much in charge of the coronavirus despite spending the night in the hospital. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will chair Monday morning’s coronavirus meeting…

Sir Keir Starmer elected as the new Labour leader

Keir Starmer (57) wins a decisive victory over two rivals  Lisa Nandy and Rebecca Long-Bailey and vowed to lead party “into new era with confidence and hope”. The lawyer, who became an MP in 2015, won on the first round of voting with more than 50 per cent of ballots cast After his victory Sir…

Boris Johnson test positive for COVID-19

Prime minister Boris Johnson is self-isolating in Downing Street, after displaying mild symptoms of coronavirus. Boris Johnson has been in close contact with the government’s chief scientist  Sir Patrick Vallance and Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty and all of the people in charge of trying to discharge governments’ various responses to slow the spread of…

Alex Salmond acquitted

Alex Salmond was acquitted of all 13 sexual offences charges brought against him in a two-week trial, walked out of the High Court in Edinburgh a free man yesterday. The former first minister and former leader of the Scottish National Party, who had testified some of the charges were “political fabrications”, said the trial had…

How Cold War was won by soft power

The Human Factor a penetrating detailed analysis of the role of political leadership in the cold war’s ending by Emeritus professor of politics Archie Brown. From March 1985 to December 1991, Mikhail Gorbachev helped to transform Russia into a society freer than at any time in its 1000-year-old history, by putting relations between Moscow  and…

Understanding the West’s foes

The Dragons do an expose of why state militaries even conventional armed forces of the US, the former Soviet Union and China are ill-suited to modern forms of warfare. Snake, bands of terrorists, are the characters who succeeded in the aftermath of the collapse of communism and are smarter than the dragons who try to…

Johnson and Symonds engaged to be married and a baby on the way

Prime Minister Boris Johnson (55) and his partner Carrie Symonds (31) are engaged and are expecting a baby in early summer, announced by the couple. Ms. Symonds the youngest partner of a prime minister in 174 years, posted on her private Instagram account stated “Many of you already know but for my friends that still…

Tory Party accepted £52m in donations last year out of total of £113m

According to latest figures released by the electioral commission today, political parties  accepted a record amount of donations and loans during 2019. Last year, Tory Party accepted  £52,645, 437, Labour £24, 751, 364, the Liberal Democrats £19, 815, 705 and the Brexit Party £11, 587, 851. The Green party reported £381, 393 in large donations …