Alasdair Soussi

Alasdair Soussi

Alasdair Soussi is a freelance journalist, who has worked across Africa, Europe and the Middle East.

Europe

Campaigners in court bid to make Johnson obey Brexit law

The British prime minister has frequently implied he would ignore Parliament's ruling to seek a Brexit delay.

Campaigners in court bid to make Johnson obey Brexit law

United Kingdom

British MPs to return to work as Johnson faces calls to resign

Calls getting louder for British PM to step down after Supreme Court rules his move to suspend Parliament was unlawful.

British MPs to return to work as Johnson faces calls to resign

Brexit

UK Supreme Court begins hearing on parliament suspension

Court weights arguments on whether PM Boris Johnson 'acted unlawfully' when he prorogued parliament.

UK Supreme Court begins hearing on parliament suspension

Brexit

UK Parliament suspension 'improper and unlawful'

In an historic constitutional precedent, court rules the prime minister intentionally misled the country's monarch.

UK Parliament suspension 'improper and unlawful'

Brexit

Court bid to block 'no-deal' Brexit fails

Judge rules the suspension of Parliament is not a court matter, throwing the onus back to voters and parliamentarians.

Court bid to block 'no-deal' Brexit fails

Brexit

Legal bid begins to block Johnson's prorogation plan

Court hearings get under way on Tuesday as campaigners seek to block suspension of parliament.

Legal bid begins to block Johnson's prorogation plan

United Kingdom

Hundreds of refugees live under threat of eviction in Glasgow

Private contractor Serco reportedly locking asylum seekers out of accommodation in Scottish city, angering campaigners.

Hundreds of refugees live under threat of eviction in Glasgow

Scotland

Could Boris Johnson be the UK's last prime minister?

Johnson's rise to the top has put the Scottish independence debate firmly back on the British political agenda.

Could Boris Johnson be the UK's last prime minister?

Science & Technology

Profile: Farouk El-Baz, the Egyptian behind the Moon landings

Egyptian-born Farouk El-Baz was part of NASA's Apollo 11 ground crew at just 31 years old.

Profile: Farouk El-Baz, the Egyptian behind the Moon landings

Europe

Fish fight: Nations' maritime melee over post-Brexit rights

Between Rockall and a hard plaice: Fishing rights are at the centre of a post-Brexit fight for maritime territory.

Fish fight: Nations' maritime melee over post-Brexit rights

Scotland

Scotland: Government tables bill on new referendum rules

Scotland's governing SNP is eyeing a fresh push for statehood within the EU, following European election success.

Scotland: Government tables bill on new referendum rules

European Elections 2019

Euro elections: Scotland draws dividing line over Brexit

The voters of Scotland have sent a message: England may have voted to leave the European Union, but we didn't.

Euro elections: Scotland draws dividing line over Brexit