I have been asked to write a weekly column on British politics.
The catastrophe did not happen, but it would be much easier for external forces to put pressure on London.
Since yesterday, I have changed my mind about the result of the General Election. Or I may have changed it. Yesterday, I was ready to suggest a National Government as the only alternative to chaos. That may still be desirable – but not yet.
NB – This essay is an entirely personal view. It does not constitute an endorsement or condemnation by the Libertarian Alliance of any candidate in the present General Election. SIG
Unless I fall under a bus before polling day, this will be the tenth General Election in which I have voted. It may be long-term electoral fatigue that leaves me so unexcited by and uninterested in the process.
Today, Theresa May will hold face-to-face talks with US President Donald Trump in the Oval Office.
The pair will spend about an hour together in what will be the first visit by a foreign leader since Mr. Trump became president.
These talks are the beginning of a new world order in which countries will pursue their own domestic and foreign policies.