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...

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...

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...

The Plight of Conservatives in Scotland

Friedrich Hayek warned of the dangerous road to totalitarianism paved with well intention socialism in his work ‘The Road to Serfdom’. It seems, willing...

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...

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...

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...

Cardinal Keith O’Brien: A symbol of good and bad Scottish Catholicism

The last time I met Cardinal Keith O’Brien, I was only 9 years old. He said a special Mass for the 50th Birthday of...

The Betrayal of Catalonia

When you live in Scotland and spend the week in Catalonia whilst they debate and declare Independence it appears to all sound strangely familiar....

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...

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