- Mar 30, 2020
The leader of the UK’s Liberal-Democrat party has stood down citing the impossibility of being a believing Bible Christian in the current political climate. He made the decision after being hounded by the press and other politicians who couldn’t accept his religious views despite the fact that he was not interested in imposing them on anyone. He is the true liberal.
People in both Britain and Ireland are concerned about the role the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) will have in the United Kingdom’s new Conservative government. Prime Minister Theresa May will depend on the hard-line Protestant party to support her government, and no one knows what that will mean for the peace process in Northern Ireland.
Snap elections in the United Kingdom did not go according to plan. Prime Minister Theresa May hoped to secure the largest majority in decades for her Conservative Party, but instead saw a surge by the opposition Labour Party. The result is a weakened prime minister, and uncertainty ahead.