Rising protectionism in the West 'a threat
Rising protectionism in the West 'a threat to E. Asia's prosperity'The Straits TimesHe was speaking on a panel including former British Prime Minister John Major and former US ambassador to India David Mulford, at the Credit Suisse 2017 Global Megatrends Conference. More than 500 people attended the event, held here for the fifth time.and more »
Posted on 20 April 2017 | 2:01 pm
John Major: «Banks Won't Leave London,
finews.comJohn Major: «Banks Won't Leave London, But...»finews.comFormer British leader John Major doesn't believe big international banks will leave the the U.K. as a result of Brexit, but he sees another threat for the City of London. Knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 2005, Britain's former Prime Minister has worked ...Brexit a 'historic mistake' says former British PM John Major, speaking in SingaporeThe Straits TimesBrexit: David Lammy receives death threats and online abuseThe Voice OnlineLondon has more people than ever—and 44% are ethnic minoritiesQuartzBBC News -Huffington Post UK -EBONY.comall 12 news articles »
Posted on 20 April 2017 | 12:27 am
UK's ex-PM John Major: Brexit will damage UK
CNBCUK's ex-PM John Major: Brexit will damage UK political influence as trade deals likely elusiveCNBCBrexit will damage the U.K.'s political and economic influence, with fresh trade deals likely to prove difficult to negotiate, former British Prime Minister John Major and leader of the Conservative party from 1990-1997, said on Thursday. "The U.K. has ...and more »
Posted on 19 April 2017 | 10:17 pm
Do snap elections actually deliver bigger
BBC NewsDo snap elections actually deliver bigger majorities?BBC NewsThe third Tory prime minister who initially got the top job by virtue of his support in the party rather than in the country was John Major. He waited 16 months after replacing Margaret Thatcher before calling an election in 1992, but while his victory ...Theresa May's snap election: historic or Pyrrhic?EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)May PollThe Weekly StandardSteve Richards: Whatever happens in the election, Brexit spells trouble for Theresa MayTotalPolitics.comgulfnews.com -Irish Examiner -Financial Times -Twitterall 3,498 news articles »
Posted on 18 April 2017 | 5:24 pm
EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Diana thought John Major
Daily MailEPHRAIM HARDCASTLE: Diana thought John Major was 'feeble and had difficulty making up his mind', Labour MP ...Daily Mail'She said she thought the Prime Minister, John Major, was feeble, and had difficulty making up his mind.' Apropros Diana, Mrs Clwyd asked why she didn't spend more time in Wales, given that she was Princess of Wales. Diana, by then divorced, said: 'I ...
Posted on 13 April 2017 | 5:27 pm
How would Jeremy Corbyn actually lead the
He would make John Major look like Superman. He is an inspirational speaker, no doubt. He presents a proposition which is attractive for many, no doubt. But I have never heard that he actually has ever shown any evidence of demonstrating the level of ...
Posted on 26 August 2015 | 3:26 am
Nostalgia: Campaign trails, the River Dee
Although we have lots of help from outlets like Chester History and Heritage Centre, is not always easy to find a picture spread of our city every single week. Often the images have a theme, sometimes they don’t. This week we decided to search the ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 11:36 pm
If Corbyn wins, UK could be out of Europe
War, peace or truce, Labour’s future hangs in the balance if both sides forget how unelectable is a split party obsessed with itself: Ask John Major. This does not feel like the schism of 1981 when the Social Democratic Party split away. The iron fist of ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 1:16 am
Gordon Brown backs Yvette Cooper for Labour
Speaking in north London on Monday night, he argued that his party was at risk of losing the next two elections and being out of power for even longer than the 18 years under Margaret Thatcher and John Major. “I am very clear that under my leadership ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 9:48 pm
Gordon Brown endorses Yvette Cooper for
Meanwhile, Mr Burnham delivered one of his strongest warnings yet that Labour was facing the prospect of losing next two elections and remain out of power for even longer than the 18 years it endured under Margaret Thatcher and John Major. “If we take ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 7:48 pm