On 20 June the candidates for Britain’s next prime minister were whittled down to only two contenders. While Boris Johnson, the likely next leader of Britain, over-promises on Brexit, he is backed the Australian Sir Lynton Crosby who is buffering his most buffoon-like behaviour.
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In the most polarising and toxic elections in India’s history, the voter turnout of 67.1 percent — 604 million — was the highest ever. Fierce social media wars contributed to the nastiness. It is hard to say whether political discourse was coarsened more by PM Narendra Modi or his opponents.
With elections for the European Parliament approaching on the 23 May and the UK now having to take part in them after Theresa May was granted more time to piece together a withdrawal agreement, it is worth contemplating the rarely considered view of the Brexit spectacle from the other side of the Channel.