Netanyahu to meet Boris Johnson on a suprise visit

Israeli PM will also meet US defence secretary ahead of difficult elections at home The Israeli PM Netanyahu, is travelling to London on Thursday to meet Boris Johnson. The visit has not been briefed on either sides. Netanyahu this week cancelled a scheduled trip to India, citing commitments at home surrounding the imminent general election in Israel. In London, he will also...

Prime Minister to shut down parliament insisting No Deal would be failure

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to shut down Parliament tonight after the second crunch vote on whether to have a general election. It means there will not be another Commons vote until after the five-week shutdown, meaning there won't be an election until November at the earliest. The move is a hammer-blow for Remainers who launched two separate legal bids to...

Why Priti Patel is right on immigration

On October 1st, Home Secretary Priti Patel addressed the Tory Party conference in Manchester. She owed to 'end the free movement of people once and for all' as she outlined a stricter immigration policy under Boris Johnson's leadership. The Home Secretary pitched for an Australia-like points-based immigration system. A system that could potentially help in filtering out low-skilled migrants, while...

Brexit: Hunt sets ‘no-deal deadline’ for 30 September

Jeremy Hunt has said he would decide by the end of September whether there is a "realistic chance" of reaching a new Brexit deal with the EU.The Tory leadership contender said he would deliver a provisional "no-deal Brexit budget" in early September and then give the EU three weeks.He vowed to abandon talks after that if there was no...

In the UK, flying is now cheaper than trains

Choosing to fly rather than taking the train could save you hundreds of pounds as formulated by a new research. According to the research, it is because 60 per cent of long-distance journeys in Britain are cheaper by plane than rail. The analysis, carried out by the Times, showed that commuters could save up to £104 per return journey if they...

PM could demand EU to refuse Brexit delay as part of exit agreement

Prime Minister Boris Johnson could ask the EU to rule out giving Britain a third Brexit delay to give MPs a stark choice between his deal and no deal. The Prime Minister is set to officially reveal his plans to get an agreement signed off with Brussels within days as he vowed: "We do have a solution." As part of the...