December 3, 2019

The opinion polls for the 2019 election are gradually changing. The Conservatives retain a significant lead, but recent Survation and ICM polls shows Labour closing the gap. This is seen when looking at the Welsh YouGov poll in which Labour have gained nine points sinc...

November 15, 2019

Politics has many established norms. That is why many detest the practice, and were happy to rip up the rules in that fateful EU referendum. Nonetheless, a number of conventional wisdoms remain the case in British politics that are unlikely to change any time soon. Pri...

January 21, 2019

Initially, in the early days of Jeremy Corbyn’s premiership, I was one of the young Labour supporters who was on the side of the hard-left candidate. In 2017, in my former home constituency of Barnsley East, I was on the telephone lines calling the electorate to see if...

May 25, 2017

I strongly believe that this election gives everyone in this country a fundamental and clear choice: between an efficient, strong, organised and popular leader in Theresa May and the Conservatives, and the toxic, outdated relic from the failed 70’s/80’s socialism that...

February 4, 2017

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On the surface the similarities between Corbyn and Sanders are unquestionable. They're old, they're ‘socialists’, they’re fighting against the party establishment and their base is primarily one of generation x and y. Their base of supporters is re...

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