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Manchester Young Conservatives strongly criticise leader Boris Johnson
The chairman of Manchester Young Conservatives has slammed UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, telling Euronews that the Tory leader has carried out "U-turn after U-turn, incompetent move after incompetent move".
UK is the best place in Europe to be a Muslim - but Johnson must not tolerate Islamophobia ǀ View
It’s time for Boris Johnson to get serious about Islamophobia. The UK’s four million Muslims are a significant political force.
The NHS has barely survived under the Tories. Boris Johnson’s victory will be its death knell ǀ View
A photo of an unwell child lying on a hospital floor, on top of a pile of coats, has only added to the political pressure facing British prime minister, Boris Johnson and his Conservative party in the run up to this week’s general election.
Our love of eccentricity means Teflon Boris Johnson will survive Brexit Britain’s collapse ǀ View
In only a very short stint in Number 10, Boris Johnson has managed to wreak several shades of havoc – even a constitutional crisis – yet his persona seems to deflect and defuse animosity. How?
Will Boris Johnson be a unifying leader? Time will tell ǀ View
The UK sorely needs a unifying leader who can be a prime minister for all Brits. No stranger to controversy or even accusations of racism, Johnson will have his work cut out if he is going to create inclusion for all his citizens.
UK's Johnson and Hunt clash over Brexit,Trump in first TV debate
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If the Tory leadership race achieves one thing, it should be urgent change to our drugs laws ǀ View
Away from Conservative Party hustings, the leadership hopefuls shared details about what they get up to outside of politics. Something which has interested the public is their historic drug use.
Johnson says Brexit delay would harm 'confidence in politics'
The remaining five Tory leadership candidates faced off in a second debate to determine who will be the next Prime Minister.
Business owners must show leadership over Brexit - even if Tory leadership hopefuls are not ǀ View
No longer party leader as of 7 June 2019, May will officially step down as prime minister during the week of 22 July. With the leadership candidates all demonstrating vastly different opinions regarding Brexit, there is still a great deal of uncertainty about how the next few months will play out.
The centre can hold: Reassembling a broken party system for the new century ǀ View
When historians open their laptops and look back at the latter half of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st, one of the key psephological trends they will notice is the decline of the two main political parties’ vice-like grip on the electoral system.
Watch again: Rebel MP Soubry calls on others to join breakaway group
The press conference is due to get underway around 14.15 CET.
Machiavellians put Brexit plans before human rights | View
In order for Europe to be a champion of human rights globally, we have to get our own house in order first.
Orban is not Hungary, like the Conservative Party is not the UK | View
Any hopes that the new Foreign Secretary would tone down the rhetoric were quickly dispelled recently with Jeremy Hunt’s appalling and indefensible comparison of the EU to a ‘Soviet prison’- prompting Nigel Farage to remark that Hunt was now ‘talking his language.’
Shared values must be upheld in all EU countries | View
Many of Orbán’s allies in the centre-right European People’s party (EPP) deserted him. Those expressing their disgust also included fellow Scottish MEPs from the Scottish National Party and the Scottish Conservatives. But it didn’t include most of the Conservative MEPs from England.
Tories back Orban: Abstention would have sent different signal | View
A large majority of the European Parliament voted to trigger article 7 of the Lisbon Treaty. This majority included many of Fidesz’s colleagues in the EPP (traditionally a very pro-EU grouping) whose affiliation to the EPP is being seriously tested by Fidesz’s membership, writes London's Green MEP.
UK Tories' support for Orbán - Conservatives fear criticising Hungary | View
It is clear that at the highest levels of the Cabinet, Conservative politicians are worried about criticising Hungary in any way, because they want to secure favourable treatment in the Brexit negotiations, writes British Labour MEP Theresa Griffin.
Tories' support for Orban - 'disgraceful move' that echoes UKIP policy
A thank you letter from a far right leader for showing solidarity is not something I would be proud for my party to be associated with. It's astonishing the level The Tories are prepared to stoop to in order to get support for their failed Brexit plan.
UK Tories' support for Orbán – Do Tories see democracy as a priority?
It is important to note that the Tories sit in the European Parliament along with PiS, the Polish ruling party, who have taken very hostile actions against the independence of the judiciary in their country. These actions leave you wondering whether the Tories see democracy as a priority.
Orbán's actions not a proxy for Brexit debate | View
It is frankly shameful that the Conservatives were the only ruling party in Western Europe that voted to support Orbán and at a time when my nation needs friends more than ever before, this is hardly a successful strategy to make friends and influence people.
UK Tories' support for Orbán – It's clear that there was a trade
Orbán deliberately tries to portray the Article 7 action as an attack on the Hungarian nation and people when it is actually a judicial process against his corrupt and anti-democratic government.
UK Defence Minister Michael Fallon resigns over sexual misconduct allegations
Michael Fallon has resigned from his position as British defence minister, following sexual misconduct accusations.
British foreign secretary in hot water again after Libya comment
Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is in trouble again for undiplomatic comments about Libya.
Theresa May set to be UK prime minister as Andrea Leadsom quits Conservative contest
Home Secretary Theresa May is now the only contender in the running for the post of UK Prime Minister.
British PM hopeful's motherhood remarks spark row
The outsider to become UK’s next Prime Minister, Andrea Leadsom, has furiously denied she has an edge over her rival, because she has children.
May and Leadsom go head to head for leadership of British Conservatives
The Conservative parliamentary party has whittled down the leadership contenders to just two.
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State of the Union: Brexit fallout continues
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