ArticlesSubscribe to Articles

Brexit means Brexit...or does it?
In July of 2016, just days before becoming Prime Minister, Theresa May asserted that 'Brexit means Brexit' and reiterated that Brexit will go on as planned and there will be no attempts to stay in the European Union. Fast forward 15 months, and headway to strike a deal with the EU and manufacture a smooth exit seems doubtful.
Another typical week inside the Trump administration
Seven more days have passed in the life of a Trump Presidency. More campaign style rallies, more pointing the figure, more rash decisions and another member of the White House staff has been relieved of duty.
Labours Brexit shift
Labour has pledged to continue the UK membership of the EU single market an customs union during the transitional period following Brexit in Spring 2019.
white house, kettle mag,
The special relationship is over: it's time to dump Trump
With Trump increasing America's military presence in Afghanistan, it's time for the UK to break out of its 'special relationship' with the US.
North Korea, United States, world, politics, William Sancroft, Kettle Mag
Trump's Korea threat
Political editor William Sancroft looks at the rhetoric from President Donald Trump in relations between North Korea and the United States.
The White House, world, United States, politics, William Sancroft, Kettle Mag
Donald Trump's personnel problems
Political editor William Sancroft looks at the revolving door at the White House and issues with personnel.
Chloe Smith, Kettle Mag, Flickr, Disability
Disabled voters express accessibility issues found within polling stations
After voting in the June 8th general election, disabled voters have criticised the accessibility of their local polling stations
Doha from above
Qatar: Deadlock in the Gulf
Following talks in Cairo on Wednesday, an embargo on the tiny Middle East peninsular of Qatar will continue, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister has announced, and further steps may follow.
DUO, Kettle Mag,
The Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland have been chosen, with their 10 elected seats, to enter into an agreement with the Conservatives and prop up a weak and wobbly government. Many do not know who this party is and what they stand for, so here are some key points that should be known about Theresa May’s new best friends.
The £1 billion handout
The Conservatives found themselves bent over a barrel at the end of election night. Losing a majority and the opposition making massive gains is quite literally the opposite of what everyone expected.