Donald Trump has returned to the United Kingdom, but I fear those who have mobilised against him have already lost.
Well, it’s Monday, at it makes no sense. Scott Morrison suspiciously shook up his middle-management, Nigel Farage may represent the UK at the EU, and we’re all becoming far more stupid. Yay.
Over in the UK, four Uber drivers have repeatedly asked for an explanation of how their algorithm works. Uber said no, and now it might be a matter for the court.
What a bloodbath. This morning, Theresa May suffered the greatest defeat in registered history, as the parliament laughed off her Brexit deal. So, what happens now?
To reign in childhood obesity, the UK is banning chocolate at the checkout aisle, as well as prohibiting the sale of energy drinks. Should we do the same here?
Tommy Robinson, an avatar for the centre-right sits in jail. The furore surrounding his incarceration has a significant political tone. This is dangerous.
According to a recently published UK study, use of essential oils might be enabling the abnormal growth of breasts in young boys.
The Colonel is a cruel commandant. With the news of the historic shortage of the UK’s KFC shortage, locals have now taken to bury chicken in their yard. Probably.
Monday. Why always you? Between then and now, we’ve had Robert Mugabe refusing to back down, Salim Mehajer face the music, and the UK got well serious with plastic, innit?
Welcome back to another week of your life that you won’t be getting back. But don’t think about that, North Korea has launched warheads over Japan.
Is it time for Britain to accept Brexit, at least for now? Trisha de Borchgrave unpacks the prodigal but toxic path the next British Government will inevitably face.
Mother’s on the phone asking us to move back home post Brexit, but until she sorts the office out, we’re avoiding her calls.
With the general consensus in Europe being suspicion toward the US, they’ve started quietly forming their own combined army via a joint bank account.
The propaganda that IS circulates is not gender exclusive, as teenage girls are facing not radicalisation, but sexualisation.
Slavery, as Max Walden explains, is not a historical relic, it is a shifting modern industry which has never been larger.
Jordan King-Lacroix reports on the enduring hardships that Syrian refugees are experiencing in their new lives…like having breakfast with Bob Geldof.
Ken Veksler responds to last week’s TBS article by John Preston, which criticised Veksler’s recent comments on RBA governer Glenn Stevens.
John Preston wants to know what a pompous Englishman (AKA Ken Veksler) thinks he knows about Glenn Stevens and our economy anyway? (Simple answer – not much)