After Lingaa, KS Ravikumar directed a Kannada/Tamil bilingual film Mudinja Ivana Pudi and now he is busy shooting for his untitled Telugu flick with Balakrishna in the lead. KS Ravikumar as we know is a man of speed and would finish his shoot in a quick succession. This Telugu film is in its final stages […]
Paul Gardner considers why some populist votes are being ignored while Brexit, which has a significant constitutional impact and the narrowest of majorities, is held as a beacon of the ‘will of the people’.
Let’s face it, the only reason this “will of very slightly more than half of the people” has even got this far is that it is the will of Rupert Murdoch, Richard Desmond and Arron Banks. I’m sick to death of hearing the phrase “the will of the people” in connection with a split of […]
Zeinab Badawi chairs this Intelligence Squared debate examines how Britain should leave the EU and what that deal is achievable.
Recorded at the Emmanuel Centre in central London in November 2016, this Intelligence Squared debate brought together Douglas Carswell, Patrick Minford, Anna Soubry and Alexander Stubb to examine the post-Brexit landscape and the options for the UK in its negotiations with Brussels. So-called ‘hard Brexiters’ Douglas Carswell and veteran economist Patrick Minford take the uncompromising […]
Christopher Huggins, Teaching Fellow in European Politics, Keele University, looks beyond party political bluster to explain the Brexit Bill.
The amount of money the UK pays into the European Union became a crucial point of debate during the EU referendum campaign, ahead of the country’s vote to leave. The defining image of the time was Vote Leave’s campaign bus, emblazoned with the claim that the UK sends “the EU £350 million a week”. This […]