Reports by Robin Dyck

#Marmitegate and UKIP Leadership Take to the Headlines

UK, 19 Sep - 16 Oct 2016

“Marmitegate” and the plummeting Pound: Brits feel Brexit consequences as PM May gets precise on how to leave the EU ++ Diane James steps down as UKIP leader after 18 days as replacement favourite Steven Woolfe is rushed to hospital. by Daniel Walker, Robin Dyck
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Unlimited Shame or Glorious Victory – Britain Divided Over Brexit

23 Jun 2016

Brexit – The Results ++ UK Politics in Turmoil ++ What’s Next? – A commentary. by Alex Braley, Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck
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Khan, Boris – New Mayor of London Takes Office, Old One Advocates BREXIT

UK, 01 May - 28 May 2016

London Has a New Mayor: Sadiq Khan Is Triumphant ++ Boris Johnson compares EU to Nazi super state as BREXIT debate heats up. by Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck
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Sugary Products and David Cameron With Tax Issues

UK, 03 Apr - 30 Apr 2016

Government to impose tax on sugary drinks ++ Cameron and Panama Papers: Better late than never. by Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck
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Floods and Strikes hit the UK while Labour party boss Corbyn reshuffles shadow cabinet

UK, 24 Dec - 21 Jan 2016

Flooding provokes debate on North/South divide ++ Government quarrel with junior doctors over work conditions ++ The Corbyn reshuffle: A show of strength or a night of blunt knives? by Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck
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Possible Ban of Donald Trump, Fracking and Airstrikes against IS split the Britons

UK, 21 Nov - 25 Dec 2015

Will US presidential contender Donald Trump be banned from UK? ++ Fracking debate reveals further fragmentations within the UK ++ Royal Air Force joins anti-IS coalition in Syria. by Alex Braley, Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck
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Jobs, Privacy and The Working Poor Keep UK Politicians Busy

UK, 21 Oct - 20 Nov 2015

"Save Our Steel” rally calls for action ++ Freedom vs. Security: “Snoopers Charter” under scrutiny ++ Lords show unusual sign of strength. by Alex Braley, Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck
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Brits Concerned with Calais Refugee Crisis and Sudden Charity Shutdown

UK, 24 Jul - 20 Aug 2015

Calais Refugee Crisis: Government Under Fire While Immigrants Keep Coming ++ Sudden Charity Shut-down: Kids Company closes its doors. by Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck
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10 Years after Tube Attack – Commemorations & New Counter-Extremism Strategy

UK, 06 Jul - 23 Jul 2015

7/7: 10 Years On ++ Government Presents New Counter-Extremism Strategy ++ Controversial Cuts and a National Living Wage – The first Tory budget since 1996. by Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck
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Massacre in Tunisia Leaves 30 British Dead…and Many Speechless

06 Jul 2015

Terror attack on tourists in Tunisia ++ British authorities tighten security and begin investigations ++ “We are a target”: Cameron promises to tackle terrorism at home and abroad. by Robin Dyck
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Thousands March Against Austerity & Bemoan the Death of a Legend

UK, 01 Jun - 30 Jun 2015

Thousands march peacefully against government austerity plans ++ The Loss of a Legend: Sir Christopher Lee dies. by Bethany Purrington, Robin Dyck
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Conservative Victory in 2015 Election – What`s in Store for the UK?

19 May 2015

The election excitement has settled down. After his massive Conservative victory, Cameron now has an absolute majority mandate. He now plans to implement his election manifesto “in full” and to move quickly on EU issues. by Robin Dyck
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“Game of Unknowns” – Unpredictable Outcome of General Election 2015

UK, 03 Apr - 30 Apr 2015

Coalition Bargaining Heats Up as Election Approaches ++ Thousands of British Soldiers At Risk in Malaria Drug Scandal. by Callum Pierce, Robin Dyck
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Tobacco Lobby vs. Parliament: Packaging to Become Plain in UK by 2016

UK, 06 Mar - 02 Apr 2015

Tobacco Lobby vs. Parliament: Packaging to become plain by 2016 ++ Osborne’s Budget Announced – Will It Alter the upcoming Election? ++ Prime Minister Cameron Will Not Serve Third Term as PM ++ Author Sir Terry Pratchett dies aged 66. by Bethany Purrington, Callum Pierce, Robin Dyck
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Legislative Milestone: UK First Country to Allow ‘Three-Person IVF’

UK, 06 Feb - 05 Mar 2015

‘Three-Person IVF’ Gets Go Ahead ++ Brits and Baftas: Celebrating the Best of British ++ Six Nations Rugby Championship: Ireland ends England`s winning streak as Scotland struggles ++ Outspoken Prince speaks out on radicalisation of youth. by Bethany Purrington, Callum Pierce, Robin Dyck
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New Kids in Town Challenge the Old Party System: Two-Party-Politics in the UK – Gone for Good?

03 Feb 2015

The United Kingdom is one of the oldest western democracies. Its “Westminster Model” was a role model for younger democracies everywhere in the world. Two-party-politics have been a defining feature of the system. However, recent developments in The UK have witnessed the upsurge of new political powers, challenging the old party system. The General Elections in May promise to be exciting as never before. by Robin Dyck
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Robin Dyck




Robin studied Political Science and Pre- and Early History in Heidelberg. Currently, he works in Public Relations and Marketing.

As an English native, he also coaches authors and counsels the editorial to refine the writing style of Cosmopublic.eu.


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