Tag: THERESA MAY

Prime Minister’s Questions: 10 April 2019 – Universal Credit, Local Government funding, Article 50

>>Craig Tracey (North Warwickshire) (Con): If she will list her official engagements for Wednesday 10 April.>>The Prime Minister (Mrs Theresa May): May I add my congratulations to Sarah Davies on achieving this position, and say how good it always is to see women in high office? The tragedy of Jallianwala Bagh in 1919 is a shameful scar on British Indian...

SHARE: David STARKEY: Parliament’s BREXIT BETRAYAL has BROKEN OUR DEMOCRACY

The idea which is being pursued hotly by the Legion of Remainers, headed by Centurion Bercow, — is that Parliamentary Sovereignty can be used to deny national sovereignty. It’s an absurd contradiction. Parliamentary Sovereignty only makes sense within the notion of the sovereign, independent state. Otherwise it’s meaningless verbiage. And again, of course, it highlights the fact that the doctrine...

Trump UK visit: Will the special relationship last? | IN 60 SECONDS

When Donald Trump was elected president, British Euroskeptics rejoiced. The combination of Brexit and a Republican administration in Washington were supposed to usher a new era for the Anglo-American relationship, which would be no longer held back by Brussels or by President Obama’s reserved attitude towards the UK. They were in for an unpleasant surprise. Although Theresa May was the...

This is what Brexit REALLY means! German political comedy “heute show” (English subtitles)

Great Britain is heading for a hard Brexit, you know that. Unfortunately there is hardly any time left for negotiations, and the dreaded No Deal scenario is becoming increasingly likely. Despite this, at the party conference of her conservatives this week, Prime Minister Theresa May looked almost elated as she sashayed up to the speaker’s lectern. To Abba’s Dancing Queen....