The result of the Hungarian election of 3 April caused as much distress as the UK’s EU Referendum result. A rude awakening on both occasions.
Three academics discuss the roots of Putin’s War in Ukraine, lessons we can learn from it and its significance for the world’s future.
Putin’s aim is to “denazify” Ukraine, where the government is persecuting the country’s ethnic Russians. But are there Nazis in Ukraine?
For Dan and his wife the move to Ashford meant moving closer to Paris. A ten-minute walk led to Ashford International and Eurostar.
In discussing “How Britain Ends”, Esler reminded the audience that Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland use a proportional voting system rather than FPTP. He said that the only European nations using FPTP were the UK and (strangely) Belarus.
P&O ferry “Pride of Kent” has been detained after the new crew failed safety tests. It was also discovered that the equipment didn’t work.
In the spring of 1933, 17 people died of hunger every minute, more than 1 000 every hour, and almost 24 500 every day.
A mission based in Prague is delivering thousands of “Freedom boxes” of aid and bringing refugees to the polish border and safety.
The Chair of Dover & Deal Liberal Democrats writes in response to Sarah Gleave’s article on P&O Ferries sacking of 800 staff.
The Boundary Commission for England is in the second phase of public consultations right now, and until 4 April.