Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, leader of the ruling Justice & Development Party (AKP), has announced that scheduled Presidential and Parliamentary elections in November 2019 have been brought forward to 24th June 2018. Mr Erdogan has dominated Turkish politics since...
Controversy over the Home Office’s treatment of the “Windrush Generation” has continued, overshadowing the meeting of Commonwealth leaders in London this week. The controversy arose when members of the so-called “Windrush Generation” (named after one of the first boats...
The French President, Emmanuel Macron, visited the US, meeting with President Donald Trump and addressing both Houses of Congress. Macron, the young reformist who stormed to the Presidency in 2017, has established a close bond with Trump, who is...
In less than a month’s time, voters in the Republic of Ireland will vote in a historic referendum on the future of the country’s stance on reproductive rights. On 25 May, Irish citizens will decide whether or not to repeal...
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was re-elected on Sunday April 8, after his rightwing, anti-migrant party, Fidesz, won a supermajority of seats in Parliament. One of the most controversial leaders in the EU will serve a third consecutive term...
Fallout from the Salisbury attack has continued this week, as the war of words between London and Moscow shows no sign of abating. Yulia Skripal, the daughter of spy Sergey Skirpal, who was the victim of a nerve agent...