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...

Nonsense Verse and the General Election

While leafing through a copy of Carroll’s nonsense verse I was struck by the alarming similarity between modern political discourse and nonsense. Perhaps that’s...

Who is Sturgeon to call the shots?

The arrogance of Nicola Sturgeon never ceases to amaze me. The woman shows nothing but utter contempt for democracy. All she cares about is...

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...

What a divided parliament means for democracy?

In the 2015 General Election, we elected one of the most divided parliaments this country has ever seen. But what does this mean for...

Let’s end this fallacy about a second referendum

The prospect of a second referendum in Scotland in the wake of Brexit is just a fallacy; it's not going to happen. Sturgeon's second term...

I Didn’t Vote For A Second Prime Minister, Did You?

We’ve successfully secured the United Kingdom’s democratic and political future by voting to leave the European Union. But now, more than ever, our guard...

Could a Future Government Contain Teenagers?

At first glance this may seem like a totally ludicrous and outlandish proposal. After all, can you imagine a teenager poised at the despatch...

Why the SNP’s EU Argument Won’t Hold

As a Scottish Leave voter, few are speaking up for what I wanted. I have a Scottish Government telling me to explain how me...

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....

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