The Service, held at St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in Trafalgar Square, saw Doreen Lawrence, family and friends come together to remember Stephen’s life and the efforts to achieve justice over the past 20 years. They were supported by Prime Minister David Cameron, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, Leader of the Opposition Ed Miliband, Home Secretary Theresa [...]
Even before the last stone and the last bottle is thrown, the British public demand answers from the Government as to why the city was placed under siege and what plans they have to create a sustainable peace.
There were chaotic scenes in Westminster yesterday when News Corp. chairman-CEO Rupert Murdoch, his son James and News International CEO Rebekah Brooks were summoned by the British Parliament committee investigating his hacking scandal.
London was on lock-down as the World’s most powerful man, President Barack Obama and his First Lady – Michelle Obama arrived in Downing Street, England for talks.
David Cameron was facing further isolation in London as quarter of a million Londoners defied his rhetoric that ‘Multiculturalism doesn’t work’ when they turned out to join in the Chinese New Year celebrations in Central London.
Liberal Democrat MP Nick Clegg spent the day reflecting on his failure to entice the British electorate. Ironically MP Clegg’s supporting vote will decide which party will forms the new coalition government.
With less than eight hours to go before polling begins, an eleventh hour campaign launched on Facebook could well swing the balance in Labours favour.
FLYER Newspaper’s survey has revealed that the voting will be far closer than the polls have revealed. With only one national newspaper openly supporting Labour, the media bias is understandably pitched [...]
With the election looming political parties have suddenly woken up to the fact that many of their own futures could be determined by the collective voting power from the black electorate.
You could say in fact that they’re running scared.