"A 13-year old boy has been hailed as a savior as he secretly texted for help during the hijacking of a school bus near Milan. The hijacker has been named as 47-year-old Oussynou Sy, who threatened the children and set the bus alight."
"In a series of consecutive crunch votes in Parliament, the House of Commons have voted to request the European Union extend Article 50, thereby delaying Brexit until June."
"Taiwan acted just like any other independent nation, unlike what some other superpower nations might have us believe, that it’s 'part of China.'"
"In Halifax, prominent members of First Nations tribes across Canada met for a special summit on self-governance. The primary focus was on the self-determination of the local Atlantic tribe the Mi'kmaq. Much of the summit focused on the quality of life differences experienced by indigenous tribes and the push for sovereignty for First Nations tribes."
If someone suggests that we try a socket size between 18 and 19mm, they say we'll split the vote. That’s not a bad thing.
438 in favor, 226 against, with 39 abstentions. That is the breakdown of voting results that pass Articles 11 and 13. This is a move...
This weeks roundup will be full focused on China as its been the centerpiece of news this past week. An ex-Canadian diplomat, Michael Kovrig...
Today our James Smith tackles Corbyn, May, and the discovery of quite the scam on campuses in our weekly UK news round up May, Big...
"The cabinet proposed 21 days to prepare a Plan B if the House decided that it did still not support May’s deal on Brexit. MPs voted down this proposal, meaning May has three days to come up with something substantial." Writes James Smith in this week's roundup. Don't forget to check out his weekly column on Being Libertarian every monday as well!
"The May loyalists are seeing the result as an almighty victory that embarrasses the “extremist” Tory backbenchers hellbent on a “hard” Brexit. These Brexiteers do not share that opinion. They feel it is but further embarrassment for the PM."