Tucker Carlson’s critics often make the mistake of calling him an idiot. Regardless of political affiliation, many have commented on the Fox News host’s alleged intelligence, even his ex-employer The … Continue Reading Tucker Carlson: agitator
Benjamin Netanyahu’s leadership has plunged into a crisis. A second wave of coronavirus in Israel has sparked mass anti-Netanyahu protests that have become about his corruption charges and annexation plans … Continue Reading Netanyahu: crisis management
Many SNP figures have said that Brexit and the handling of the coronavirus pandemic has made the current Prime Minister is the best case for Scottish independence. With recent polling … Continue Reading Union: breakaway
“Russian influence in the UK is the new normal.” Those are the opening words of a document sent out to the British press summarising the long awaited “Russia Report”. The … Continue Reading Russia report: meddling?
Sino-British relations have plummeted. Huawei has been stripped of any significant role in Britain’s 5G network, the Government suspended extradition with Hong Kong and China’s ambassador to the UK denied reports … Continue Reading TikTok: Huawei 2.0
Months ago, this pandemic was dubbed the “great leveller.” In truth, it’s anything but. Numerous reports have concluded that Covid will disproportionately hurt poorer communities, especially in the UK. The … Continue Reading Britain: Regions divided
By Zack Rubin Conspiracy in America is nothing new. Since the 1820s, the new political parties of the New Republicans, Democrats, and Whigs have weaponized confusion through the use of … Continue Reading Weaponizing confusion
It would appear that George Osbourne’s vision of a “golden decade” in Sino-British relations has prematurely ended. Britain has made its mind up on Huawei. Over fears of security, mobile … Continue Reading Huawei: Denied
Social media platforms are having a hard time. Facebook trying to deal with a mass advertising boycott amid civil rights concerns, YouTube has been running Joe Biden’s ads on neo-Nazi … Continue Reading Twitter: Extreme problem
Amid the global health meltdown brought on by the coronavirus, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has something else on its mind: the infodemic. The term “infodemic” is fairly broad. It … Continue Reading Coronavirus: Infodemic
The British Government has a serious outsourcing addiction. Westminster spends billions of pounds a year on services delivered by external suppliers plagued with controversies. The most high profile of this … Continue Reading G4S: Behind bars
Love him or loathe him, Donald Trump is not boring. His brash attitude and Twitter rants fuels his reality TV Presidency. The media cannot get enough of it. The blind … Continue Reading Joe Biden: Boring?
By Brice Mansa You’ve probably been told by your uncle or some overzealous patriot at a bar that our Constitution protects our immutable rights to “Life, Liberty and the pursuit … Continue Reading The US constitution restricts our ability to overcome Covid
There are many Prime Minsters that have made decisions which are widely condemned by all side of the political spectrum, but Boris Johnson does it best. Reports suggesting that Chris … Continue Reading Chris Grayling: Lack of intelligence
One can only imagine how Sajid Javid felt yesterday watching Rishi Sunak, the man replaced him in his dream job as Chancellor, deliver a widely praised summer statement. Javid won’t … Continue Reading Summer budget: Javid envy
Wall Street analysts often get a tough time. Many people believe they are paid vast sums of money to make predictions that rarely come true. Few in the finance world … Continue Reading The stock market: detached from reality