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 Poll Tax riotsPoll Tax riots by The Ovi Team
31st March, 1990; the worst violence seen so far in the series of Anti Poll Tax demonstrations erupted in London during the largest rally when nearly 100,000 people take to the streets in protest at the new government levy. More than 400 were a
 The dark side of the Brexit by Thanos Kalamidas
 Is Brexit the first sign for an EU-exit? by Thanos Kalamidas
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 Britain remains conservative, with consequences for Europe by Christos Mouzeviris
On the 7th of May the British public decided on their future government. While the pre-election opinion polls predicted a very close result, the Tories managed a surprise victory. Despite the odds, they achieved a parliame
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 After Blair's new-Labour, Miliband's invisible-Labour by Thanos Kalamidas
 British reportBritish report by Euro Reporter
UK unemployment rise adds to pressure on Osborne\'s austerity strategy Unemployment jump
 Scenarios of a British exit from the EUScenarios of a British exit from the EU by Christos Mouzeviris
During the past few months certain debates have gained momentum in Europe. Catalonia seceding from Spain, Scotland from the UK and the UK leaving from he EU altogether. The United Kingdom has had an uneasy relationship with Europe e
 British reportBritish report by Euro Reporter
Sterling crisis looms as UK current account deficit balloonsIt’s the sort of problem you might have thought disappeared with the 1970s, but as the Coalition renews its wedding vows, that
 British reportBritish report by Euro Reporter
Britain rediscovers the art of coalitionEighteen months ago, a lapel microphone captured Nick Clegg joking with David Cameron that they might never find “anything to bloody disagree on”.
 British report by Euro Reporter
Britain can do better than leave the EU. We can change itTen years ago there was an unholy alliance between Ukip and the evangelists of euro membership, who together argued that it was impossible to
 Riots of reality and states of illusion by Thanos Kalamidas
The last few days the news are full of reports from England and most of them portray groups of young criminals with a lot of them coming from wealthy or middle class families vandalizing and destroying the estates of hard working people. And to
 Charles and Diana marry by The Ovi Team
July 29th 1981; Crowds of 600,000 people filled the streets of London to catch a glimpse of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer on their wedding day. The couple were married at St Paul\'s Cathedral before an invited congregation of 3,500 and
 Education and financial crisis by Thanos Kalamidas
Cameron’s honeymoon is over but the one who is really going to regret his momentum in power is definitely going to be Nick Glegg. After all it was the leader of the liberal democrats who kept talking about education during the electoral camp
  Britain and the financial crisis: Exit Brown stage left? by Newropeans-Magazine
Continental watchers of British politics have been surprised by the recent rehabilitation of the British Prime Minister. During the summer recess, the UK media had, after all, been alive with speculation that Gordon Brown woul
 British European policy in recession by Newropeans-Magazine
In those policy areas where the current British government has made an effort to engage openly and constructively with the EU, it has tended to rely on ideologies capable of outweighing popular eursoscepticism. Yet the s
 Victory Lost? by Clint Wayne
 Brown and out? The role of the Press in the British PM's woes by Newropeans-Magazine
Those in mainland Europe who follow the British newspapers find a Labour government in sharp decline. Last year, in October 2007, Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s honeymoon ended abruptly when his media portrayal became sud
 Caption This! June 2008 by The Ovi Team
It is simple. Look at this photo of Gordon Brown and Tony Blair and write a caption/speech bubble/thought bubble or anything else that captures your imagination.
 T5 by Clint Wayne
It has finally happened. Following 16 years of planning, Government Inquiries, Environmentalists stamping their feet like little children in condemnation and, following five years of mega-construction, the Builders have finally packed up their to
 Shaken but not Stirred by Clint Wayne
As many of England’s population took to the streets on Tuesday night shaken awake by the biggest earthquake here for nearly 25 years, I am pleased to report that not even a quake nudging a whopping 5.2 on the Richter scale could stir me from
 Recording Britain: The 20th Century Landscape by The Ovi Team
: The Twentieth Century Landscape
 Rule Out Britannia by Clint Wayne
It was with deep sadness and disgust that I learned this week of the demise of our historic symbol ‘Britannia’ as the Royal Mint announced that Gordon Brown’s last act before he left the Treasury, last year, was to personally app
 Losing a war by Thanos Kalamidas
Over the last year Iraq has managed to monopolize our interest. A war zone, a civil war, hundreds of innocent victims daily, bombs in the centre of the cities and behind all of that is a dead dictator and his regime,
 A catastrophic mistake by Asa Butcher
"Let us be clear about the scale of this catastrophic mistake - the names, the addresses and the dates of birth of every child in the country are sitting on two computer discs that are apparently lost in the post, and the bank account details
 Constitution Europeenne: Gordon Brown Et La Defense Des Interets Britanniques by Europe & Us
Les journalistes de sa gracieuse majesté se sont amusés à faire un pari : combien de fois le Premier ministre prononcera-t-il les mots «défense des intérêts nationaux britanniques» au cours de sa conf
 Sofia's Letters from London #5 by Sofia Gkiousou
I have resigned myself to the fact that writing about pop culture will frequently mean writing about things that I do not really approve of or appreciate. I do have my guilty trash culture pleasures but trust me when I say
 Sofia's Letters from London #4 by Sofia Gkiousou
Coming from a Mediterranean country, the first thing you realise about London is that it’s difficult to get accustomed to the food. Even for me, a dedicated cook of Greek cuisine and experimental fusion (which
 Let's hear it for Pudsey by Clint Wayne
For you non-Brits, Pudsey is the little bandaged Teddy Bear and BBC Mascot for their annual Children in Need Telethon, which once again hit the TV screens last Friday. It is the only event in the BBC calendar that brin
 Sofia's Letters from London #2 by Sofia Gkiousou
Put that cigar out, Mr Churchill!Consider. Remember. Churchill, a beloved British politician, not to mention cultural icon, always comes to mind with a cigar somewhere about his pers
 Under his thumb by Thanos Kalamidas
So it happened. After two years pressure and one election, Tony said, I’m stepping down! And everybody cheered! So what? For the last ten years Tony Blair has
 Sofia's Letters from London #1 by Sofia Gkiousou
I am Greek. Now stop right there. Do you have an image taken from My Big Fat Greek Wedding hovering somewhere behind your eyes? Do you see me shrouded in some sort of white bed sheet and sandals? Well, I don
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