Let’s talk about human rights with China

Chinese media commend Theresa May for ‘sidestepping’ human rights. How important is for China that the PM of important country like the UK is mute regarding human rights, should human rights be mentioned during such visit, and I am not talking just about May but basically about any high profile Western politicians? Read few comments.

Portrait of Mao Zedong at the Tiananmen gate. Credit: Andrej Matisak

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What does PM May’s defeat in the Commons mean for Brexit?

What does the UK government defeat in the Parliament mean domestically for Brexit what effect it may have on the negotiation with the EU? Read few comments.


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Tory-DUP partnership: What could this mean?

What do you think could be he most problematic aspect of Tories-DUP partnership? Does this partnership have also some clear advantages for both sides (except, of course the fact they will rule the country)? Read few comments.

Leader of the Democratic Unionist Party Arlene Foster. Credit: http://www.mydup.com

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Will the result of UK election affect Brexit talks?

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UK election: May down, Corbyn up. Why that happened?

Conservatives are weaker, Labour Party not strong enough, why that happened and what’s next in your opinion?Read few comments.
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Theresa May vs. Jeremy Corbyn: Their assets and weaknesses

What is the biggest political asset and biggest problem of PM Theresa May, and why? And the same for Labour Jeremy Corbyn. What is his biggest political asset and what about his biggest weakness? Read few comments. Continue reading

Labour is catching up with Tories? And is it significant?

Labour cuts gap with Conservatives to single figures in YouGov poll. Do you find this significant, what are the main reasons that, it seems, Labour is somehow catching up with Tories? Read few comment.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Credit: http://www.labour.org.uk

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