United States and Britain will not tolerate Iranian Hormuz Strait block attempts in strategic area
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Disputed Falklands Islands Set Date And Immediately Sees Argentina and UK Governments Vie For Influence Ahead of Crucial Contest
As Millions Suffer Under Kings and Dictators, UK Prepares Ridiculously Lavish Celebrations For Royalty and Monarchy Fetishism
With Greece’s future attachment to the European project in doubt and the possibility of a disintegration of the Euro-zone, it is now time for Europe’s best ally and largest trading partner, the United States, to act publicly to support the best outcome: a powerful and united democratic Europe.
Conservative Party Takes Heavy Beating as Labour Party Makes Gains in Local British Elections
Election of the Old Relic of Religious Monarchy House of Lords Would be Welcome Democratic Reform
Can an 100 Percent Online Voting in England be Safe From Malicious Activity Domestic and Foreign?
Latest poll shows that Scotland desires vote for independence that could lead to split with UK