Politics

What’s next for Catalonia and its leader, Carles Puigdemont? Some theories

To say Spanish politics is at the most fractious it’s ever been in the 21st Century would be a fair…

Chicago Ideas Week: Inspirational and interesting talks from previous speakers

2017's Chicago Ideas Week begins next week, kicking off a saga of fascinating and thought-provoking talks on topics such as…

Michael Caine has blasted Jean-Claude Juncker over Brexit

Sir Michael Caine is not a happy bunny. The British cultural icon and two-time-Academy award winner, has used the premiere…

Donald Trump: has he changed his foreign policy in 30 years?

It has been 30 years since Donald Trump penned an open letter to the American public saying: “America should stop paying…

Theresa May doesn’t like karaoke – here’s some tunes she should try

While she might be a shrewd politician and keen negotiator, Theresa May's trip to Japan hit a stumbling block yesterday…

Brexit leaders: What has Liam Fox got to do with leaving the EU?

As the secretary of state for international trade and president of the board of trade, Liam Fox is one of…

Brexit leaders: Who is the European Parliament’s Brexit negotiator, Guy Verhofstadt?

Before the Brexit referendum you could probably be forgiven for not knowing the name Guy Verhofstadt. The former prime minister…

Why does the BBC have to be neutral? What are the rules and who makes them?

Another day, another drama at the BBC. This time they're in trouble over an issue of impartiality after a Radio…

The Brexit bill wants to remove the right to sue the government over pollution and workers’ rights

The UK government’s upcoming Brexit bill could remove the rights for UK citizens to sue Whitehall over issues such as…

Politics at the Fringe: 17 amazing political shows for 2017’s festival

While Edinburgh Fringe is definitely the place to be for frivolity and fun in the coming weeks, the festival also has a…