Steve Bannon has rejected any suggestion his work to boost support for far-right parties in Europe is an attempt to “impose some sort of American solution” on the continent’s political landscape.
This week marks the third anniversary of the Scottish independence referendum and, on the surface at least, the country still bears the scars of that divisive campaign.
If an English inquisitor had suggested to Nicola Sturgeon her party’s name had negative and ugly connotations, I wonder how she would have reacted. Based on past form, she perhaps would have blamed London, or possibly Westminster, for the way the word nationalism is perceived.
Tunnock’s has put itself on a collision course with fervent Scottish nationalists again after adding a Union flag to its packaging.
Sir, - Like most people in the United Kingdom and worldwide, I was deeply saddened and shocked by the atrocities in London and my thoughts and prayers are with the families of the victims and those who were injured.
It is strange how Britain has two similar nationalist governments.
Sir, - The comments at the Scottish Labour conference in Perth by London Mayor Sadiq Khan linking the SNP with encouraging racist and religious division point to an increased desperation of The Labour Party.
Sir, - Ongoing and deep-rooted divisions within the Labour Party, under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, re-emphasise the need for reform of the UK’s first-past-the-post electoral system.
Sir, - Britain could be facing festive black-outs next winter according to a report by the British Infrastructure Group of MPs called, Electric Shock – Will the Christmas Lights Go Out Next Winter?
Well, lookee here. The Ministry of Silly Talks is at it again.