Duncan Bartlett

Deja Vu: Boris Johnson’s Brexit Hinges on Irish Border Issue

Boris Johnson, modified, cc EU2017EE Estonian Presidency, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Informal_meeting_of_foreign_affairs_ministers_(Gymnich)._Round_table_Boris_Johnson_(36913612672)_(cropped).jpg

With the Brexit deadline looming, the British Prime Minister now turns to a problem that has caused strife for generations.

Navigating the Boris Backlash in the UK

BoJoGraff, cc Flickr Julian Tysoe, modified, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

With nothing going according to plan for the Johnson government, a new election looms – but only after Brexit is delayed once again.

No-Deal a Foregone Conclusion? UK Prepares for a Hard Brexit

Bojo, cc Flickr Financial Times, modified, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has declared that the UK is leaving the EU one way or another on October 31, but markets remain unconvinced.

London: Two Cities, Two Messages to China

Wikicommons, author: Diliff, modified, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Palace_of_Westminster,_London_-_Feb_2007.jpg

China and the UK have agreed a scheme which allows companies from both countries to dual list on the Shanghai and London Stock Exchanges. Financiers have hailed it as a milestone but politically, the UK’s relationship with China remains complicated - especially now that Britain’s minister for Asia has been suspended for alleged violent conduct.

Theresa May and the Bitter Tears of Brexit

Theresa May

The prime minister’s resignation and a resounding victory for the Brexit Party are shaking up UK politics.

Huawei Clash Erupts at Highest Levels of UK Politics

MayG20, cc Flickr G20 Argentina, modified, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

A clash over China has caused the British Prime Minister to sack the Defence Secretary. It is also causing political turmoil in a country wracked by division over the Brexit.

China in Europe: Does the New Silk Road Go Both Ways?

XiKre, cc Kremlin.ru, http://en.kremlin.ru/events/president/news/56046

European leaders are beginning to diverge on the matter of how to handle relations with the second largest economy in the world.

More Stories
Back to Top


Lost your password?