Referring to the politics involved in the fiery destruction, the "Trews" host says, "Austerity is not frugality, it is brutality. It is violence."
As Bernie Sanders framed it in his congratulatory message to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn after Thursday’s snap election, the war against “austerity and inequality” is only beginning.
The U.K. Labour Party leader and his achievement in the recent general election dismantled the establishment trope that the left is unelectable.
Here is an imaginary letter from our president to U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
London officials describe the Saturday night attack as the latest in a string of deadly strikes on Britain.
An explosion ripped through young concertgoers Monday after a performance by the American pop singer Ariana Grande. Evidence points to a suicide attack.
"They do not want us to win," Corbyn says, kicking off his 2017 election campaign. "Because when we win it is the people, not the powerful, who win."
As Britain's prime minister triggers Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, beginning the formal process for the U.K. to leave the European Union, EU officials essentially say, "Not so fast."
Just after the U.K. Parliament's vote to start the formal process to leave the European Union, Scotland's government throws a wrench in the works.
After a summer saga that's been dubbed the "chicken coup," in which a group of Labour Party politicians tried to depose their leader, Corbyn has emerged triumphant from another election—this time with a larger majority.