The Biggest Shock In The UK’s Political History

There is no doubt that Sir Winston Churchill was the best loved Prime Ministers that the United Kingdom had during the period of World War II. Continue Reading

A Gamble That Nearly Didn’t Pay Off

They say a week is a long time in politics, and it certainly was for incumbent United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May in the snap 2017 elections.

With Brexit hanging over the UK like a cloud, the second woman Prime Minister the UK has had called a snap election. The polls were showing that the Conservative Party had a huge lead over Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party. Mrs May was originally against Brexit and wanted to shore up her majority in order to have a strengthened hand in her negotiations with the European Union as Britain filed for divorce.

Theresa May was banking on a huge turnout and approval for her party in government to lead the United Kingdom through the messy process now that the country has triggered Article 50 – formal notice that it is parting company with the EU. Continue Reading