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…

David Cameron’s legacy and leadership overran by Eurosceptics

Former UK prime minister’s tenure as Conservative leader simply highlighted a warm-up act before  another Bullingdon Club boy Boris Johnson, blagged his way to his days at the top. According to Johnson Cameron is genuinely clever and hard-working a “girly swot” but according to Cameron, Johnson who styles himself as the “Hulk” is a jealous…

Tabata Amaral’s rising popularity

    Tabata Amaral, a 25-year-old Harvard educated lawmaker, has emerged as the rising star of Brazilian politics a liberal opponent to the often controversial and nationalistic president Jair Bolsonaro. Tabata Claudia Amaral  de Pontes, born  14 November 1993, is a Brazilian political scientist education activist and politician and currently a federal deputy for Sao…

Obamacare official apologizes for website glitches

Marilyn Tavenner, administrator of the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), said the website faces “complex technical issues” four weeks after it opened for enrollment. “We know that consumers are eager to purchase this coverage. And to the millions of Americans who have attempted to use Healthcare.gov to shop and enroll in healthcare…

House panel kicks off Pentagon acquisition reform drive

The committee’s chairman, U.S. Representative Buck McKeon, said some successful efforts were already under way, but the U.S. military acquisition system still faced significant challenges including cost overruns and schedule delays, and those would get worse due to mounting pressure on U.S. budgets.

U.S. lawmakers call for action to curb Internet child trading

U.S. lawmakers called Tuesday for federal action to prevent parents from giving unwanted adopted children to strangers met on the Internet, and the Illinois attorney general urged Facebook and Yahoo to police online groups where children may be advertised. The demands come as nations whose orphans have been adopted by Americans contend that the U.S.…