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The likes of Boris Johnson, Priti Patel and Nigel Farage will continue to capitalise politically on Labour’s unwillingness to portray immigration as a benefit to Britain, argues Mike Buckley
The Sidelining of Parliament During the Twin Crises of COVID and Brexit Could Set A Dangerous Precedent
With a highly virulent new strain of the Coronavirus circulating rapidly and a hard Brexit imminent, why have MPs not been recalled to Parliament in this time of national emergency?
Mike Buckley argues that the Opposition must be able to provide a frank appraisal of the situation facing Brexit Britain and how the country can progress from its current state of crisis
Now that Brexit Britain is isolated on the international stage, it will be down to America and the European Union to lead the liberal, democratic alliance, says Mike Buckley
Mike Buckley questions the strategy of the Opposition and its paradoxical claim that it can vote for the Government’s deal and scrutinise it – an approach that could cost it more votes
The Boris Johnson administration’s ideological decision-making is putting lives at risk, argues Mike Buckley
The Prime Minister must decide whether to conclude a Brexit deal with the European Union within days – will he use it as a marker to change his leadership of the country?
Mike Buckley argues that those concerned about the Boris Johnson regime in Britain should take note of Donald Trump’s enduring popularity in the United States
As the US electorate heads to the polls to vote for the next President, senators and representatives, Mike Buckley explores why a victory for Joe Biden may not on its own guarantee a respite from the effects of four years of Republican Government under Trump
Failed leadership, an abandoned public health system and a preoccupation with private sector involvement have all resulted in problems with COVID-19 testing, says Mike Buckley
Voters are walking away from the Brexit cause in droves, argues Mike Buckley, just as the Prime Minister makes his final case for a dramatic rupture
Mike Buckley argues that only Conservative MPs worried by the Boris Johnson administration can now save the country from further wrack and ruin through its handling of Brexit and the Coronavirus
With the Prime Minister admitting that new restrictions could last for six months, Mike Buckley explores why the UK is in such a bad position compared to other countries in Europe
Mike Buckley reports on how the Government's reneging on the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement has already lined up its closest allies – against the UK
As thousands are suffering the long-term health consequences of COVID-19, Mike Buckley reports on how the Government is ditching protections for those in need