2018 for Scottish Politics: Everyone in a state of flux

Everyone is evolving as new messages, new voters and new branding sets in, so what does that mean for the each of the parties. SNP The...

Yes: Let’s Vote at 16

On Friday 3rd November 2017 an important Private Members' Bill was blocked by this weak Tory Government. This Bill by Jim McMahon had the aim...

William Pitt the Younger: Britain’s Greatest Prime Minister

The late 18th century was the period of such titanic figures as George Washington, Horatio Nelson and Napoleon Bonaparte. This was an age of...

A view from Croydon

Revealed: How Croydon result was pivotal in preventing Tory majority It was really interesting to compare the views of different political parties in Croydon, South...

In Defence of the Two-Partiate

Recent Realities The 2016 American Election has been one of the best chances for American third-party politics in a very long time. Two widely unpopular...

The Power of Proportional Representation

The result of the 2017 General Election has seen another hung parliament, the second in my lifetime and it has seen the Conservative Party lose...

The Real Party of the Working Class

People laughed at me when I said that I had joined the Conservative Workers Union. People said that you couldn't be a Conservative if...

Green Party Progression: An insider’s view

With the unprecedented occurrences in global politics, the Green Party has been quietly undergoing its own transformation; electing Co-Leaders to the helm and pressing...

Despite Aleppo Gaffe, Johnson Presses On

While Gary Johnson may not be the most well-known presidential candidate in this year’s race to the White House, he is slowly making a name...

Clinton vs Trump: A rock and a hard place?

Americans are truly stuck between a rock and a hard place out of Clinton vs Trump. Who is the lesser of two evils? Almost a...

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