Without COVID to keep people in check, the government is wobbling to the finish line like a lame horse in the Grand National. After spending a truckload in state support to keep
As the attack on Ukraine becomes entrenched, European politicians are finding it harder to sing from the greatest hits song sheet of sanctions against Russia. Going for the oligarchs was the easy
This administration knows its time is nearly up, so it has grown a thicker skin than usual to society’s ills and hidden in its bunker of unkept promises and platitudes. Even though
Cyprus is considered a crime averse country where your property and well-being are relatively safer than many other countries in Europe. Cypriots like to pride themselves that youngsters are safe from predators;
Easter is a time when we are supposed to show compassion and empathy for those who are suffering or less fortunate to face the hardships that life and circumstance throw at us.
It would be no shock if Nicosia were secretly studying the UK plan for asylum seekers, sticking them on the plane and sending them 6,500 km away to Rwanda. Britain’s half-baked approach
If anybody wants to measure how far the Cyprus problem has fallen off the political map during the war in Europe and economic crisis, this is the perfect time to do it.
It took a slap at the Oscars to divert world attention away from the war in Ukraine, with some secretly wishing that Will Smith could do the same to someone in the
Nobody would have imagined that on its 117th birthday, Chelsea Football Club would be plunged into chaos and uncertainty after sanctions against owner Roman Abramovich. The UK government has frozen the Russian
Putin’s ‘peace operation’ in the heart of Europe is doing a good job of trying to smash Ukraine into submission while ensuring the Russian economy never recovers. The KGB’s least illustrious officer