Party Games - Brexit and Boris

Our regular segment looking at the stories which have been shaping British politics.

by News Reporter on 17 May 2019 07:47


The state of British politics has been seldom been more in flux than it is today. Here is a selection of must-read pieces ehich are dominated by the growing support for the Brexit Party and Boris Johnson announcing that he intends to run for the leadership of the Conservative Party: -


New Statesman – The Lib Dems are love bombing them, Labour are scared of them – the Greens are on the rise

Fox News – Hamas thanks UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn for ‘showing solidarity with Palestine.’

The Guardian – Labour avoids split over Common Market – archive, 1971

Wales Online – What shock new Welsh poll shows as Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party on track to obliterate the Tories

Daily Mail – Brexit Party logo ‘cleverly points towards Nigel Farage.’

Daily Express – Tory Wipeout: Conservative Chairman concedes MEPs have No Chance in European Elections

The Scotsman – Paris Gourtsoyannis: Joanna Cherry row a tremor before earthquake hits SNP

Evening Standard – Boris Johnson confirms he will run in Tory leadership battle: ‘Of course I’m going to go for it.’

The Spectator – James Forsyth: Boris Johnson may be the Tories best hope

The Times – Boris Johnson’s impulsive bid for No. 10 catches his team off guard

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