The policy outlooks of both Presidential candidates mean that regardless of the outcome of today's vote, the special relationship between the US and UK is set for testing times ahead, says Rory Broomfield.
The EU’s insistence on a sea border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK would mean a de facto reunification of Ireland, rekindling a bitter struggle between Republicans and Unionists that saw nearly four thousand killed, says Andre Walker.
The British Government's capitulation to the French over the Calais border belies an unwillingness to choose the path favoured by the British public - to actually reduce immigration, writes Bruce Newsome
The Government must make clear to the world its resolve against Russia. If it doesn’t then we might as well pack up any pretence to be doing so. At least that would be an honest foreign policy, says Andrew O’Brien.
In an increasingly uncertain world where the risk of global military conflict seems to rise incrementally every day, it is time for us to consider bringing back compulsory National Service, argues Sebastien Kurzel.
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