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....

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...

Could UKIP become a major party?

The United Kingdom Independence Party, or UKIP for short, seems to be struggling more and more to become one of the big political parties...

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...

English nationalism: the heir to UKIP’s ideology

Who else is bored of the constant conflict in UKIP at the moment? It is understandable why this internal war has erupted. Once Article...

The North: A UKIP mine

The North of England is not only the home of former mines closed in the last century, but the region as a whole is...

The Joys of Party Conferences

Well it’s that time of year again! The stage managed and excruciatingly dull party conferences have begun with UKIP and the Lib Dems hosting...

UKIP elect their new leader this week, but does it matter anymore?

This Thursday sees the election of the new UKIP leader. Arguably one of the more difficult jobs in politics, considering the admiration Farage receives from...

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...

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