Constitutional Affairs

Constitutional Affairs

Will Brexit Happen?

It is fair to say there have been many developments regarding Brexit since I wrote an article in October last year. History...

Where The SNP is Going Wrong

I’d like to start by clarifying that I am a member of the Scottish National Party (SNP) and I am proud of...

Is the fall of the United Kingdom inevitable?

Our "United" Kingdom as it is today was established in 1922. Nearly 100 years after its establishment, I question the security of our union...

The Winter of Discontent: 40 years on

What are the ingredients for a political crisis? A government in shambles? A prime minister with no authority?...

Do we really have confidence in Theresa May?

With the turn of the new millennia came the turn of newly divisive politics: who rules the world, women! But let's not...

Amber Rudd – ‘Forge a consensus’ on Brexit

No doubt a very talented politician, being the fastest rising politician to Great Office of State since the Second World War, Amber...

Should the UK re-adopt the death penalty?

Some crimes are so abhorrent that we can imagine no punishment more befitting their perpetrator than death. Some criminals demonstrate such disconnection from society...

Brexit Means Brexit…ish

What was agreed at Chequers, and will life be easier for the Prime Minister?

The SNP walking out at Westminster: A petty but justified stunt

I support Scottish independence as a vehicle to achieve the equal, accepting society I want to see. The other reason that I support it...

As Britain Retreats into the Past, Ireland Steps into the Future

Ireland's social conservatism was first brought to international attention during the 2015 same-sex marriage referendum. LGBT activists the world over were worried about the...

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