If there is a single takeaway from the local elections in Britain, it’s that both major parties did… meh.
All major rail routes from London to Scotland are now operated by the same companies.
Until there is a change in British policy, the dream of owning a property will remain just that — a dream.
The Conservative and Labour conferences were both aimed at shoring up traditional party bases.
Rather than worry about the next election, Conservatives wonder who will be next to head over to UKIP.
With Scotland divided on the issue of independence, the rhetoric on both sides of the debate is heating up.
Rising fares and rail ownership by foreign companies fuels British support for renationalization.
Calls for a separate English legislature could be staved off if mayors were given the same powers as London’s.
As unemployment continues to fall, more voters trust the Conservatives on the economy than Labour.
Companies repatriate manufacturing jobs as demand for British products rises.
Trade union members are not as hostile to right wing policy proposals as is commonly assumed.
To wean itself off dirty coal, China plans to build its first prototype thorium power plant within five years.