Zimbabwe was kicked out of the Commonwealth – it remains a member of the UN
Netanyahu’s language – and hard logic – won’t allow a dangerous fudge. The prospect is the right deal, or air strikes.
If our Chancellor starts talking about America after today, then you’ll know he has his worries.
Your government is making changes that are improving the UK on all fronts, but most impressively on the economy.
Ted Yarbrough: Lucky You! Part Two – British culture and social services are stronger than America’s
Overall, the UK is in many ways becoming a more conservative nation while America is becoming more left-wing.
If Merkel and her liberal FDP partners are just two or three seats short, don’t expect her to form a minority coalition, as a British leader might.
A few historical facts as we wait for results: If the AfD makes it into the Bundestag and the FDP survives, this will be the first Bundestag with six parties in it (counting CDU and CSU as one "Fraktion", or political group) since 1953.
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