As 8 June draws ever closer, Peter Bingle discusses the shifting tectonic plates of London politics.
Andre Walker argues Jeremy Corbyn’s steadfast refusal to condemn those responsible for the IRA bombings in Warrington is proof he is unfit to be Britain’s next Prime Minister.
The BBC wilfully confuses the policy of extreme right-wing ideologies with just about any party or politician who dares question the sanctity of mass immigration, says David Sedgwick.
Charlotte Kude looks ahead to the forthcoming second round in France’s presidential election and discusses who supporters of candidates ejected in the first round are likely to back.
Bill Blain discusses the results of the first round of the French Presidential election, and explains their implications for France, Germany and Brexit Britain.
Irrespective of who wins on 8 June, Britain’s next Prime Minister will be confronted with one of the foremost public health issues in a generation, says Danny Bowman.