Referring to the politics involved in the fiery destruction, the "Trews" host says, "Austerity is not frugality, it is brutality. It is violence."
Many questions surround the blaze that enveloped a low-income high-rise on Wednesday. Make no mistake, those questions all have to do with British political issues.
Three days before an election that could change the course of British history, the Labour Party leader questions the prime minister's record.
Under Jeremy Corbyn, the British opposition party plans to raise taxes only on the wealthy and corporations to finance a progressive plan that includes eliminating university tuition.
The right took power in Britain and the United States in 2016 because those who represent the left in electoral arenas failed to provide a compelling vision of a better world, according to Gary Younge at The Guardian.
It's dizzying to try to keep up with the drama of British politics in the post-Brexit era as resignations and elections seem to never-endingly roll in Through it all, however, one man has continued to weather the storm of betrayals and right-wing plots It's dizzying to try to keep up with the drama of British politics in the post-Brexit era as resignations and elections seem to never-endingly roll in.
The country that lived through Margaret Thatcher's premiership should know better than to believe a female leader will protect women's rights purely on the basis of her gender.
Your three-minute read on the best reporting about the United Kingdom's Boris Johnson you probably missed.
The British prime minister has been caught in a media storm after a former billionaire Tory donor released pages from his tell-all book. While some of the allegations may point toward corruption, the one that has the Twitterverse laughing nonstop involves a dead pig and Cameron's private parts.
In an eye-opening piece for The Guardian, one of the Labour Party leader's senior advisers claims that the Tories continually interfered with press freedoms during the U.K. general election by threatening BBC journalists and executives.