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UKIP Says It Rejects Party Leader’s Resignation

UKIP Says It Rejects Party Leader’s Resignation

NIGEL FARAGE, the vocal opponent of British European Union membership and unchecked immigration, will remain as leader of the UK Independence Party after the party rejected his post-election resignation, it said May 11. UKIP chairman Steve Crowther said the party’s National Executive Committee had unanimously turned down Farage’s resignation, which was tendered three days ago […]

Who Is David Cameron? Elusive Leader At Heart Of UK Election

Who Is David Cameron? Elusive Leader At Heart Of UK Election

DAVID CAMERON, just before the general election this month, was fighting for his political life in Britain’s election. But never showed it. For much of the month-long campaign, Cameron has appeared relaxed – even disengaged. Critics said Cameron didn’t seem as hungry to win as Labour rival Ed Miliband. Yet polls put Cameron’s Conservatives and […]

UK: Impact Of Miliband Brothers Split Still Felt By Labour

UK: Impact Of Miliband Brothers Split Still Felt By Labour

THEY WERE two very talented brothers with so much potential. The older one was poised to become the leader of Britain’s Labour Party, with a chance to become prime minister, while the younger was expected to rise with his brother to the highest ranks of the country’s political arena. But things didn’t go that way […]

Cameron’s Conservatives Win In Surprise UK Election

Cameron’s Conservatives Win In Surprise UK Election

AFTER YEARS of sharing power, David Cameron pulled off an unexpected election triumph that gave the Conservative prime minister a second term with an outright majority Friday and dealt a stinging defeat to his three main rivals. Standing before the glistening black door of 10 Downing Street, Cameron pledged to govern as the party of […]

Apocalypse Soon? – John Polley

Apocalypse Soon? – John Polley

IT IS just days now to the General Election and there is still no clear sign of an emerging winner. Politics in the past five years has been very confusing and the end-game is no less so. The deal done in 2010 between David Cameron for the Conservative majority and Nick Clegg for the Liberal […]

Scottish Parliament Visit to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Celebrates Scientific Collaboration

Scottish Parliament Visit to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles Celebrates Scientific Collaboration

FIONA HYSLOP, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Europe and External Affairs and member of the Scottish Parliament visited Children’s Hospital Los Angeles April 10 to celebrate the long-standing relationship between CHLA and Scotland. Her visit also inaugurated a new program of scientific exchange and collaboration with The Saban Research Institute of CHLA, funded by the St […]

Austerity’s Legacy: British Election Focused On UK Economy

Austerity’s Legacy: British Election Focused On UK Economy

PRIME MINISTER David Cameron and his main opponent agree on one thing going into Britain’s May 7 election: Voters should choose the next leader based on the health of the economy. The question is whether the patient is recovering or is still on life support after the global financial crisis. After five years of budget […]

Farage Fights For Seat As UKIP Tries To Build On Gains

Farage Fights For Seat As UKIP Tries To Build On Gains

SAUL WEBSTER enjoys a good tipple, and nobody begrudges him one. But that doesn’t make it good politics for the retired schoolteacher to pose for a campaign event with Nigel Farage, the UK Independence Party leader, while carrying a bottle of hard cider and a half-drained glass. He looks crestfallen as a UKIP functionary discretely […]

In UK Election, Party Promises Range From Nukes To Bees

In UK Election, Party Promises Range From Nukes To Bees

IT’S A COMMON refrain: Politicians are all the same. The party platforms released this week for Britain’s May 7 election tell a more diverse story, revealing, amid their hundreds of pages, which party wants to bring an NBA team to Britain and which has pledged to help bees. British political manifestos lay out in detail […]

SHORT SURVEY FOR BRITS

SHORT SURVEY FOR BRITS

British Student In US Interested In Your Views BRITISH JOURNALISM student David Hodari contacted us at UJ recently to help with his project as a USC Annenberg MS Journalism Candidate. David is seeking information about Brit expats in the US and their views on British politics and the upcoming General Election in the UK – […]

Introduction

The Union Jack has been published monthly since April 1982. Our readership now exceeds 220,000 throughout the USA. We serve a devoted readership comprised primarily of British expatriates, ranging from recent immigrants to war brides who relocated to the States a half-century ago, as well as a growing number of American Anglophiles. All of our readers, whether aged 25 or 75, share a common desire to maintain strong ties to Britain and the British community in America.

Union Jack’s regular advertisers include specialty shops and wholesalers, pubs, restaurants, immigration attorneys, insurance providers, financial services, shipping companies, travel agents and a variety of mail order gift suppliers, all of whom seek the unique and lucrative link Union Jack provides to one of the USA’s largest yet most assimilated ethnic markets. Our advertisers range from small ‘mom and pop’ business to larger businesses.

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The Union Jack is a monthly tabloid newspaper, and is distributed throughout the United States via subscription and a variety of specially targeted distribution locations including British pubs, restaurants, specialty stores, as well as British government offices, consulates and business organizations such as the British American Chamber of Commerce and tourist offices.

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