The U.K. faces questions of economic uncertainty and political impotence following the Brexit vote.
The panelists examine the role xenophobia played in U.K. voters' decision to pull out of the E.U.
Tags: joanna coles, rory albanese, mike yard, panel, u.k., voting, europe, european union, international affairs, donald trump, economy, history, racism, david cameron, boris johnson, immigration, scotland, travel, violence, african american, guns, recession, germany, angela merkel, nazi, protests, elections, london
Following the U.K.'s Brexit vote, the comedians hurl Scottish-inspired insults at Donald Trump.
Journey around the world with Jon's impeccable accent work.
Brent Weinbach performs in several different dialects, some easier to understand than others.
Tags: brent weinbach, uncensored, exclusives, england, philippines, scotland, jewish, white people, impressions, audience interaction, movies, men/women, kissing, masturbation, charles bronson, family, u.k.
The comics rename Hillary Clinton's playlist, mock a soccer mascot and cook up gross fair food.
Tags: rapid refresh, hillary clinton, spotify, exclusives, uncensored, david koechner, kate micucci, will sasso, scotland, minnesota, junk food, music, candidates, elections, sports, campaigns, advertising, soccer, mascots, impressions, food, bill clinton
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reviews the fiscal benefits of her country leaving the U.K.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon explains the benefits of U.K. independence.
Tags: nicola sturgeon, interviews, exclusives, extended interviews, scotland, u.k., international affairs, parliament, elections, economy, food, history, money, energy, oil, nuclear, twitter, politics, democracy, voting
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon talks about her country's relationship with the U.K.
The comics imagine the tweet of a cultural omnivore and turn emoji into political speeches.
The Labour Party's Ed Miliband loses to current Prime Minister David Cameron in the U.K. election.
Tags: dogs, pets, queen elizabeth ii, u.k., england, media, london, elections, polls, voting, david cameron, candidates, conservative, hunting, economy, liberal, food, parody, stereotypes, costumes, scotland, european union, literary references, ed miliband
Scotland prepares to vote on a measure to secede from the United Kingdom.
Scottish people know how to pronounce Kumail Nanjiani's name for all the wrong reasons.
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