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Why is a second Brexit referendum undemocratic?
Why is a second Brexit referendum undemocratic?
Opponents of a second referendum on the toxic and smelly dumpster fire that is Brexit often loudly maintain that it would be “undemocratic”,...
Britain must cede control of its last African colony, court rules
Britain must cede control of its last African colony, court rules
The Chagos Islands is being unlawfully occupied by the United Kingdom, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruled on Monday.
Britain's May seeks more time from MPs for Brexit talks
Britain's May seeks more time from MPs for Brexit talks
The British government sought to win more time Sunday to secure EU concessions that could pass parliament and avert a chaotic split from the bloc...
Guaido boosted by Europe backing in Venezuela standoff
Guaido boosted by Europe backing in Venezuela standoff
International clamour for snap elections in Venezuela intensified on Monday as European powers recognised opposition chief Juan Guaido as interim...
Nissan sparks Brexit shockwaves through UK auto sector
Nissan sparks Brexit shockwaves through UK auto sector
Nissan's decision to axe planned production of the X-Trail SUV in the Brexit-backing city of Sunderland is a heavy blow to the British auto sector,...
Spain, UK recognise Guaido as Venezuela leader
Spain, UK recognise Guaido as Venezuela leader
Spain and Britain on Monday became the latest nations to recognise Venezuela's opposition chief Juan Guaido as interim leader after President...
Continental drifts towards Africa
Continental drifts towards Africa
Last year the United Kingdom, the United States, Russia and the European Union unveiled their new strategies for Africa and China, Germany and...
In historic first, UK government found in contempt of parly
In historic first, UK government found in contempt of parly
The UK government will publish in full legal advice it received regarding Prime Minister Theresa May's widely criticised Brexit deal after it was...
​British Airways launches direct flights between Durban and London
​British Airways launches direct flights between Durban and London
The much-anticipated inaugural non-stop flight between London and Durban by British Airways landed early this morning at King Shaka International...
Someone is defending SA’s transition
Someone is defending SA’s transition
When political transitions work: Reconciliation as interdependence by Fanie du Toit (Oxford University Press)
China demands apology after 'slap' at UK Tory meeting
China demands apology after 'slap' at UK Tory meeting
Beijing's embassy in London on Monday demanded an apology after a Chinese state TV journalist was removed from a fringe event about Hong Kong at...
Britain's shame: Colonial-style evictions to make way for military base
Britain's shame: Colonial-style evictions to make way for military base
British officials threatened Mauritians with the withdrawal of an independence agreement if they did not surrender a large tract of their territory...

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