Baroness Mone’s small deals with the Conservative Party

Baroness Mone's small deals with the Conservative Party

She was originally just Michelle Mone, the perfect self-made woman. Leaving school at 15, without a diploma, she tried her hand at modeling before launching her bra brand ten years later with her husband. To aid success, it has diversified into weight loss pills, self-tanners and even … property development in Dubai. If there are … Read more

Baroness Mone’s small deals with the Conservative Party

Baroness Mone's small deals with the Conservative Party

She was originally just Michelle Mone, the perfect self-made woman. Leaving school at 15, without a diploma, she tried her hand at modeling before launching her bra brand ten years later with her husband. To aid success, it has diversified into weight loss pills, self-tanners and even … property development in Dubai. If there are … Read more

nurses on strike in December, an unprecedented social movement

nurses on strike in December, an unprecedented social movement

British nurses will go on strike on December 15 and 20, a move not seen in 106 years that illustrates the severity of the social crisis in the United Kingdom with job cuts in many sectors not seen for decades. “The nurses have had enough”summarized Pat Cullen, the general secretary of the Royal College of … Read more

Britain ‘in stagflation’ needs more migrants, employers say

Britain 'in stagflation' needs more migrants, employers say

The UK is “in full stagflation”, according to the director-general of the CBI, the country’s main employers’ organisation, which opens its annual conference in Birmingham on Monday. “We have come together, once again, in extraordinary times. Britain is in the midst of stagflation – hit by runaway inflation and negative growth,” Tony Danker said on … Read more

The Supreme Court rules on the legality of the Scottish independence referendum

Can Scotland hold another independence referendum without London’s deal? The British Supreme Court will decide this crucial question for the future of Great Britain on Wednesday. Independence Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon has already unveiled the question: “Should Scotland be an independent country?”, and even the date, 19 October 2023, when she intends to organize this … Read more

Morocco-UK submarine cable: German Conenergy joins the Xlinks adventure

The German Conenergy announces, this Monday, November 14, 2022, that it has entered into a financial and strategic partnership with the British start-up Xlinks regarding the submarine electricity cable project connecting Morocco to the United Kingdom. While uncertainty remains over the financing of Xlink’s mega-project, which calls for an investment of around $22 billion, British … Read more

5 worrying figures about the health of the UK economy

5 worrying figures about the health of the UK economy

► GDP fell 0.1% Britain is heading into recession. According to Bank of England forecasts, UK GDP is expected to fall by 0.1% in the third quarter of 2022. This will be the second consecutive quarterly decline, officially marking the UK economy’s entry into a recessionary phase. In the first quarter, the drop had also … Read more

in Liverpool, the traumatic memory of the Thatcher years

in Liverpool, the traumatic memory of the Thatcher years

“Don’t talk to me about those Tories! says Helena, in her sixties, who has lived in the Granby district of Liverpool since 1976. They look like two arrogant children. How can they make such decisions? » It is an understatement to say that Prime Minister Liz Truss and her finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng’s first steps … Read more

the coronation of King Charles III will take place on 6 May 2023

the coronation of King Charles III will take place on 6 May 2023

King Charles III will be crowned on 6 May 2023 at Westminster Abbey in London with his wife Queen Consort Camilla in a ceremony “looking to the future”Buckingham Palace announced on Tuesday. Eight months after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8 at the age of 96, the religious ceremony will … Read more

Russia rages against Britain

Russia rages against Britain

Moscow has a grudge against London. In recent weeks, Russia has multiplied accusations against Britain, which it accuses of carrying out completely hostile covert operations, from the sabotage of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 underwater gas pipelines to the coordination of a daring attack carried out by Ukraine on October 29 using air and … Read more