David Cameron has said he doesn’t want to leave the EU, so if he wants changes to the UK’s membership he needs to sort himself out from a negotiating skill perspective, British politician and former MEP Godfrey Bloom, told RT’s In the Now.
All political parties in the UK – regardless of their opinion on other matters – believe that Shaker Aamer, who has languished in Guantanamo Bay for 13 years, must be released, Jeremy Corbyn, British Labour MP, told RT.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron has announced his plan to freeze the salaries for government ministers for the next five years. The move will save about £800,000 ($1.2 million) a year, or £4 million ($6.1 million) by 2020.
Germany’s Deutsche Bank has reportedly formed a working group to assess the consequences of a possible UK exit from the European Union. Britain is expected to hold an in/out referendum after the Conservative victory in the 2015 general election.
As the dust begins to settle in the aftermath of the UK general election, the British people have many questions to ponder. The prospect of five more years of Tory rule under a conservative government holding albeit a small majority raises many concerns.
Football presenter and ex-England international Gary Lineker once joked: “Football is a simple game; 22 men chase a ball for 90 minutes, and, at the end, the Germans always win.” We could say something very similar about general elections in the UK.
The UK Independence Party’s campaign at the 2015 general election was mainly focused on the topic of immigration which is an important issue but to get more seats you need more, Robert Oulds, Director of the Bruges Group, told RT.