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Theresa May, Melaye And The Leader’s Wife

Theresa May, Melaye And The Leader’s Wife

“Have you been to Bourdillon? Or rather I should ask when are you going to Bourdillon?” “What’s happening?” “I hear people are paying solidarity visits to the Tinubus to express their dismay over Senator Dino Melaye’s assault on Senator Remi Tinubu, wife of the APC National Leader.” “Assault?” “That is precisely what it is.  Assault. […]

The Women Who Run The World

The Women Who Run The World

If Hillary Clinton wins the American presidential election in November, there will be women in charge of five of the leading countries and organisations in the world – the US, the UK, Germany, the IMF and the US Federal Reserve. That’s three of the world’s biggest economies and two of the most important financial institutions. […]

Theresa May Prepares For Queen’s Summons As Britain Gets A New Prime Minister

Theresa May Prepares For Queen’s Summons As Britain Gets A New Prime Minister

Britain’s political change of command opened Wednesday with David Cameron receiving a standing ovation at his valedictory appearance in Parliament as prime minister, and his successor Theresa May preparing for a summons from the queen. The day was filled with all the pageantry that comes with a change of occupancy at 10 Downing Street. Cameron […]

Theresa May To Take Over As British PM After Brexit shocks

Theresa May To Take Over As British PM After Brexit shocks

Theresa May will take over the job of British prime minister from David Cameron on Wednesday after a series of political shocks caused by Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. May, who has been interior minister for six years and is seen by her supporters as a safe pair of hands to steer Britain […]

David Cameron Chairs Final Cabinet Before Theresa May Enters No 10

David Cameron Chairs Final Cabinet Before Theresa May Enters No 10

David Cameron is expected to mark his final cabinet meeting on Tuesday with some personal remarks about his time as prime minister before welcoming Theresa May into her role as his successor. There will otherwise be a focus on the normal policy agenda with a view to handing over current priorities to May and her […]

It Is Easy To Despair Of Our Leaders, But Brexit Has Exposed Britain’s Rotten Core

It Is Easy To Despair Of Our Leaders, But Brexit Has Exposed Britain’s Rotten Core

David Cameron has had a good week. Never mind that he took a gamble with the UK’s future, lost his bet and then opted to retire from what seem likely to be protracted and unpleasant consequences; in media terms he has been able more or less to recede from view. Instead, the spotlight has been […]

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