To say Spanish politics is at the most fractious it’s ever been in the 21st Century would be a fair assessment of the current situation.
2017’s Chicago Ideas Week begins next week, kicking off a saga of fascinating and thought-provoking talks on topics such as politics, food and hip hop.
Sir Michael Caine is not a happy bunny.
It has been 30 years since Donald Trump penned an open letter to the American public saying: “America should stop paying to defend countries that can afford to defend themselves”.
While she might be a shrewd politician and keen negotiator, Theresa May’s trip to Japan hit a stumbling block yesterday when she revealed she doesn’t enjoy Japan’s favourite past-time: karaoke.
As the secretary of state for international trade and president of the board of trade, Liam Fox is one of the most powerful politicians negotiating Brexit.
Before the Brexit referendum you could probably be forgiven for not knowing the name Guy Verhofstadt.
Another day, another drama at the BBC.
The UK government’s upcoming Brexit bill could remove the rights for UK citizens to sue Whitehall over issues such as pollution and workers’ rights.
While Edinburgh Fringe is definitely the place to be for frivolity and fun in the coming weeks, the festival also has a proud tradition of engaging in plenty of politics.
Professor Vernon Bogdanor made waves yesterday with a column in the Guardian suggesting a second Brexit referendum might be the only way for the government to achieve any sort of Brexit at all.
You can’t beat a good holiday can you?
Back in May, I went off to New York to do a business course at Columbia University and also report for Verdict from across the pond.
UK prime minister Theresa May is celebrating her leadership anniversary with the release of the Brexit Repeal bill, formally known as the European Union (Withdrawal) bill.
French president Emmanuel Macron repeated his promise to cut the number of French MPs by a third and hold a referendum on it if parliament did not approve.
US president Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban has come into effect, meaning people from six mainly Muslim countries and all refugees now face a tougher ride getting into the US.
The Pew Research Centre in the US has released its global public opinion report on the Trump presidency – and it doesn’t look good for the real estate mogul turned world leader.
The UK parliament suffered a cyber attack this weekend which saw around 90 email accounts compromised.
Puerto Rico, the small Caribbean island, voted this weekend to become the 51st US state.
US president Donald Trump has pulled the US out of the Paris Agreement on climate change, the agreement that almost every country in the world adopted in December 2015.
Global politics is the biggest concern for insurance companies around the world right now.
The UK prime minister Theresa May shocked everyone yesterday when she announced a snap general election to take place on 8 June.
Turkey will remain in a state of emergency for another three months, according to the country’s deputy prime minister, Numan Kurtulmus.
The UK’s prime minister Theresa May has announced a snap general election will take place on 8 June 2017.
Article 50 has been formally triggered.
These three things will change the world today.
South Korea’s president Park Geun-hye has been removed from office in the political scandal that has consumed the country.
Yesterday it was announced that a former leader of Hong Kong, Donald Tsang, had been sentenced to 20 months in jail for corruption.