Sir Kim Darroch: A Conflict of Interest; The Special Relationship

A DIPLOMATIC CRISIS?  Sir Kim Darroch, one of the United Kingdoms most cherished and well-respected civil servants has now been rather unceremoniously ousted from his...

Why a General Election is needed now

It was the news which most Britons expected but many did not want in the slightest. Boris Johnson was confirmed as the new Prime...

Local Democracy Week: Meet Youth Champion Reece Moore

Since a very young age, Reece Moore has been politically active and has served his local community through a variety of different roles. He...

The 2010’s: C is for Coalition

For a brief period in the Summer of 2012, British national optimism had reached fever pitch. The greatest show on Earth, the Olympics Games,...

Brexit: Six months on.

It's six months to the day since the historic vote for the UK to leave the European Union. The intervening months have been, by...

Naa mate, you’re doing it all wrong…

That’s what I would say to Theresa May on her Brexit strategy. Today we find ourselves living through a really bizarre phase in the Brexit...

Is Political Fluidity The Next Prejudice To Overcome?

There are many arguments that suggest sexuality is fluid and that a person’s preferences change throughout their lifetime and the same applies to gender....

Sisters don’t cry: Johnson and Rees-Mogg desert the Tories

Boris Johnson now heads up a Brexit-focussed Conservative government, prominently featuring Jacob Rees-Mogg. Brexit has already had a profound effect on both men, in...

Llyn Bochlwydd: Not for the English!

Welsh is a language that isn't widely spoken throughout the world, and a majority of Welsh people can barely have a simple conversation in...

European Commission use death of Jo Cox

Earlier today we reported the UK media misrepresentation of the tragic death of Jo Cox.  Since then countless people have deleted their embarrassing tweets. Now...

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