Theresa May has resigned as leader of the Conservatives, opening the door for a new PM in Number 10. But what does that actually mean – and what happens while the UK searches for its next PM?
As a supporter of the remain campaign of course I believe that Brexit was the wrong decision for our country. However, while I feel disappointed by the outcome, I am also a realist. And I am determined to make the very best of the situation at hand. After all, where there is uncertainty and upheaval, there is always opportunity.
There have been a lot of jitters lately about Scotland being on the verge of jumping out of the UK since the Brexit vote. You hear it with Nicola Sturgeon, the steely Scottish First Minister, announced almost immediately that a second referendum 'must be, and is, on the table.' You see it from the new Prime Minister, Theresa May, dashing to Scotland with a commitment to the union. The surge of SNP memberships helps to stoke the flames...
The pundit who set social media alight by describing Birmingham as a "totally Muslim" city where other religions weren't
If you are an intelligent person, you form your own opinion when you read the news. You understand that certain papers have certain agendas and you interpret articles accordingly. You take things with a pinch of salt. But not until I joined the recent trade delegation to China, did I realise just how politicised - and hence inaccurate - news becomes.
Why are the British press largely keeping Snowden's leaks at arm's length? It's impossible to give a comprehensive answer to this question, but here are a few suggestions.
Margaret Thatcher has died aged 87 following a stroke. The first female Prime Minister of Great Britain, her legacy will
Coalition benefit reforms are "putting fairness back at the heart of Britain", David Cameron insisted in a staunch defence
David Cameron has insisted he is "delighted" with the "real progress" that has been made between the rival parties over their