Amidst the raw outrage that followed the EU […] In some respects the Brexit referendum itself was a violation of human rights, argues Adrian Low.
Scuderia Ferrari, the winner of the first ever GP held here, is already in China Maranello, 5 aprile – It’s now a classic on the calendar, but when it was first held in 2004, it caused quite a stir.
A Formula 1 race in China would have been unthinkable a few years earlier, even in a city like Shanghai which was the first to open up trade with the West.
Janice Morphet assesses what the process will mean for the United Kingdom, writing that with a second independence referendum looming in Scotland, and a difficult picture emerging in Northern Ireland, the British Prime Minister could be soon be fighting on two fronts […] Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon will meet today to discuss the triggering of Article 50, which will begin the process of the UK leaving the European Union.
Simon Toubeau and Jo Murkens assess the likely issues up for discussion, noting that if the two leaders maintain the direction they have taken, there could be a bumpy road ahead for […] Following Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement of a second independence referendum for Scotland, Stephen Tierney discusses how the next two years are set to be consumed by two parallel processes: We will see the UK leave the EU and could also see Scotland leave the UK in an effort to remain within the EU. Credits: Laszlo Ilyes (CC BY 2.0) Scottish […] In a speech on 13 March, Nicola Sturgeon outlined her intention to call a second Scottish independence referendum.
Ben Margulies looks at the evidence and explains how Labour can avoid becoming irrelevant and how it can recover its position as the leading party of the […] Theresa May has announced plans to call a UK general election for 8 June.