January 2, 2020

The 2010s may have just departed, but already there are now political ventures to look towards. While 2020 is only just upon us, political events are taking place, within the UK and overseas, that will significantly impact the world for decades to come. The Christmas s...

November 23, 2019

Whereas coverage of the Conservatives’ pursuit of midlands and northern England constituencies has been plentiful, the critical nature of this election has been missed. Not only will these nations make or break the electoral prospects of Johnson or Corbyn but they are...

November 18, 2019

The great thing about elections is that they give you the chance to take a look the state of politics, see what party you think will best tackle the issues you deem important and more often than not, debate your friends who disagree with what you believe in. 

Personally...

November 2, 2019

A global audit named Coca-Cola the top plastic polluter in the world on the day I interviewed Jonathan Woods, the company’s general manager in the UK and Ireland. Of a total 476,423 pieces of plastic collected worldwide over the last year, Coke accounted for 11,732. I...

October 21, 2019

There was joy at the second referendum march in Parliament Square on Saturday as the Letwin Amendment passed 322 votes to 306 against. The amendment postponed Boris Johnson from putting his new deal to parliament, making the Prime Minister look foolish and arrogant. Re...

October 17, 2019

Brexit, off the back of a referendum won on small margins and huge regional differences, is naturally polarising. The question posed to the electorate back in 2016 oversimplified a highly complex issue, that has revealed itself to be more and more nuanced three premier...

September 27, 2019

“It is with great sadness that I’ve come to realise the Conservative Party is no longer the party I joined over 20 years ago.” These were the words of Sam Gyimah, announcing his defection to the Liberal Democrats. It is this tension that has permeated the recent defect...

September 18, 2019

It has defeated 2 Prime Ministers, cultivated a culture of division and mistrust, stymied the Mother of Parliaments, and now, Brexit has claimed its latest casualty: Speaker of the Commons, John Bercow. The halls of Westminster will never again reverberate with the roa...

May 28, 2019

Nigel Farage was not wrong when he stood defiant declaring that, “there’s massive message here”, the day after the election results came out. The message the British people have sent is one of dissatisfaction with the established political order. The picture that has b...

May 14, 2019

They were never supposed to be taking place. The EU elections mark a dark time in our nation’s history, epitomising the betrayal of democracy, the muting of millions and the incompetence of our leaders. Five times Prime Minister May could have pursued a ‘no deal’ Brexi...

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