It has been two months since the Battle of brexit was decided, and finally there is enough distance from its hysteria for fresh reflection. The question as to why the British public leant toward the Leave campaign, and didn't wish to Remain, requires evaluating which strategies worked - and which failed.
So, David Cameron finally has the chance to form his Cabinet on his terms, with the first this country has seen since John Major. Who's in? Who's made the cut? Who's function is what? The best way to illustrate a part of what we may expect in the coming years is observed below, with explanation following the 2014 transfer season and squad reshuffle. Think of it as a political gameplan. The Tory line-up 2015. Or my favourite; Crosby's Babes.
12/05/2015 16:58 BST
Ayatollah Nimr represents the Shiite stand against Wahabbism, and the Islamic bow he uses to launch tirade after tirade against the regime only makes this conflict more cogent. His words, and fate empower the path for Shiite communities in the region and beyond. However this may not be the only role he assumes.
25/08/2014 14:47 BST
The royal family is now one of the nation's favorite subjects of conversation. In fact, a combination of ground-breaking documentaries, high-profile weddings and births and, let's be honest, the very existence of Lady Diana took the royal family into a new level of fame.
12/07/2014 22:11 BST
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