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...

Should MPs conduct be more regulated?

It has been often said that the removal van that appears outside Number Teno Downing Street after some General Elections is the most visible...

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...

What do the EU election results mean for the British party system?

In a surprising twist to the two-party system, the Conservative and Labour parties became the fifth and third most popular parties in the 2019...

Environmental Policy: Gambling with our children’s future

In my political involvement I have met many politicians, many were high ranking. I can honestly say that most sincerely mean to make this...

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...

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...

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...

Will a new centrist party get new MPs?

There is a new political party in town, a centrist political party but here is the catch it has no name. Last month there has...

The status quo elections of 2018

Election 2018 has involved 150 local authority councils across the nation the last time these seats were contested was in 2014 so what was...

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