Upon recent findings that EU subsidies to Airbus ‘has adversely impacted the United States’, US President Donald is pulling one of his classic moves, threatening tariffs on US$11 billion (AU$15 billion) worth of European products.
European Union leaders have agreed to give British Prime Minister Theresa May a second delay on Brexit…provided she accepts certain conditions. With all conditional matters expected to be finalised today, one major condition is that Britain holds European parliament elections, so as to limit Britain’s ability to undermine the bloc.
According to the Australian Associated Press, Bowen plans to tell the National Press Club in Canberra today that ‘the case for our policies is strong’. ‘Every time the treasurer tries to stoke fears about our policies he increases the moral authority of the mandate we seek, if we receive it.’
With the Coalition halving the gap to trail Labor by only 48–52 in the latest poll, and Labor Leader Bill Shorten’s approval rating falling to an abysmal 35%, they indeed have cause for concern.
The British parliament has passed legislation that gives lawmakers the control to scrutinise, as well as change May’s request that the EU approve the delay of Brexit until 30 June.
Next month Australians will be going to the polls, and deciding whether the Coalition will remain in government, or if Labor Leader Bill Shorten becomes our new prime minister. Now that 11 May is out of the running, it’s be narrowed down to two dates…
It’s the promises of tax cuts that appear to have positioned Scott Morrison to his best Newspoll standing since snatching the prime ministership.
According to White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, Trump’s tax returns will never be given to Democratic Lawmakers.
The transcript revealed that Turnbull was angling for Trump to support the asylum-seeker deal that was put in place under Obama.
‘An ideological opposition to working with any one side of politics is pointless when it manifestly fails to deliver outcomes and will ultimately empower the Shooters and One Nation,’ Mr Field said in his farewell statement.
The witch hunt intended to lay the groundwork to impeach US President Donald Trump was an embarrassing flop for the alt-left. One which cost US taxpayers roughly US$35 million (AU$49 million) and led to deep and dangerous partisan divisions within the world’s last superpower.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says all allies must commit to increased defence spending, to avoid uneven burden-sharing within the NATO.
Ironically for a party that portrays itself as battling for the underdogs, middle and upper income earners will still receive full franking credits under Labor’s new policy, as they are able to deduct those from their tax payments.
For those who thought libertarianism left the parliament when Senator David Leyonhjelm retired to contest the NSW election, think again. His replacement, right-hand man and co-founder of the Liberal Democrats has arrived.
According to White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow, these latest talks saw a first from China, who finally acknowledged problems of intellectual property theft, forced technology transfer and hacking.
Former Vice President Joe Biden, is trying to muffle a controversy that flared up last week, when Nevada politician Lucy Flores claimed Biden made her feel ‘uneasy, gross, and confused’ when he kissed the back of her head at a 2014 campaign event.
It’s looking like it is never going to happen. No matter how many attempts she makes, British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce deal just won’t be accepted by parliament.
Words fail to describe the horrifying nature of the Christchurch terror attack. Unfortunately governments in New Zealand and Australia, and indeed across the globe, are using the videoed massacre to rapidly push through laws limiting citizens’ freedoms and censoring the World Wide Web.
As reported by RAW, officials say that the Trump administration are curbing the influx of asylum seekers into the US by sending more of them back to Mexico while waiting for their asylum claims to be heard by US courts.
In the release of last night’s surplus budget report, the Morrison government is hoping to receive parliament’s support for a $284 billion handout package to citizens — mainly to be assisted with their power bills.
When US President Donald Trump first spoke out against fellow NATO members, the left-wing press tried to paint Trump as clueless and reckless in matters of foreign affairs.
Under the new laws, a sexual act between two men, or even between an unmarried heterosexual couple is punishable by being stoned to death, or by being whipped 100-times. The penalties for homosexual activity are slightly less severe — subject to being whipped 40-times or being jailed for 10 years.
Liberal Democrats’ Duncan Spender will be sworn into parliament today. And he’s not planning on wasting a moment of time as a newly minted senator.
While the rate of price falls have slowed in Sydney and Melbourne, home prices in both cities continued to slip. And they now have plenty of company.
If not for the machinations of powerful vested interests, the UK would have amicably parted ways with the EU by 29 March. This was, after all, what the majority of voters decided in the 23 June 2016 referendum.
Trump stated that if a citizenship question was not added to the 2020 census, the questionnaire would be ‘meaningless’.
Friday, 29 March saw MPs reject May’s deal for a third time. Downing Street has clarified that she will be bringing the deal back to the Commons for a fourth vote — perhaps on Tuesday or Wednesday.
While no one has been able to completely denuclearise the state, US President Donald Trump and his administration have gotten the closest. And Trump is keeping up the pressure.
A surplus budget is a big win for the coalition government. And includes news Australians should be pleased to hear. An extra $9 billion to disperse
Union calls to substantially lift minimum wages and Labor’s ‘living wage’, for example, sound reasonable on the surface. But dig a bit deeper and the plans could unleash numerous problems.