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Dear Alastair Campbell, your 48 questions for Brexiters answered

Following Tony Blair's speech calling for EU enthusiasts to 'rise up' and try to thwart...

Life after David Cameron

It is the 8th May 2015. The Conservative Party is basking in the glory of...

The Pros and Cons of Electoral Reform

On Tuesday the 19th, earlier this week, Caroline Lucas proposed a new bill with the...

Brexit Needs A Second Referendum

Brexit Britain is the purgatory for hard working people that nobody voted for. Yet as...

The New Fiver : Noting Britain’s Greatest Statesman

This week, Britain's new five pound note entered circulation. Strong, practically indestructible and proven to...

Brexit: Britain’s Moment of Redefinition

One of the arguments that was put forward by the remain campaign during the European...

The Power of Proportional Representation

The result of the 2017 General Election has seen another hung parliament, the second in my...

The Real Election Winners in 2017? The Conservatives

Last week's election results saw twists and turns, ups and downs and a mixed feeling...

What is Gibraltar’s future post-Brexit?

This week, we have gained a clearer idea of what exiting the EU means, but...

Labour MP resigns, but who will win the by-election?

Labour MP Jamie Reed, yesterday announced his resignation as the Member of Parliament for Copeland...

Democracy, Freedom, Liberty – People Fought and Died For That You Know?

We’re so lucky to live in a free country. These are all truisms, platitudes and...

How the Church of England Manipulates our Politicians

In a supposedly secular Europe, Britain’s religious institutions remain decidedly influential. England has an established...

House of Lords reform: in the wake of ‘Brexit’

The decision to leave the European Union is one which should cause us to reflect...

After leaving the EU a whole new world awaits

Now the U.K has voted to leave the European Union it can look beyond its...

Let’s end this fallacy about a second referendum

The prospect of a second referendum in Scotland in the wake of Brexit is just...

Cameron’s Honour List Nominations Tarnishes His Legacy

Cameron's has further tarnished his legacy by placing his allies who backed Britain's membership of...

The Human Rights Act Must Go

With Brexit signalling the beginning of the end of European integration, the Human Rights Act...

Could a Future Government Contain Teenagers?

At first glance this may seem like a totally ludicrous and outlandish proposal. After all,...

2016 : A Political Phenomenon

The year that shook the world. 2016 has been a time in which the impossible...

MPs SHOULD vote on Article 50, so long as they represent their constituents

Today's supreme court ruling that the government can't use royal prerogative to invoke Article 50...

What a divided parliament means for democracy?

In the 2015 General Election, we elected one of the most divided parliaments this country...

A Short and Ad Hoc Frolic Through the Idea of Conservatism

What is the philosophy of conservatism all about? What is the history of the idea?...

Special Advisers and the denigration of the Civil Service

With the potential for huge constitutional change at home on the horizon and the trials...

This election only has one outcome, and that’s not a good thing.

Out of the blue, Theresa May has called a snap general election for June 8....

Brexit: The Endless Possibilities

It has been nearly two months since the UK voted 52% to 48% in favour...

Brexit Wars: A New Hope?

In a galaxy far far away... There lies a crippled establishment, overthrown by a new...

The Likely Tale of Failing to Reform the Second Chamber

Reforming the Second Chamber is a quest Theresa May should know only ends in the...

Brexit extremists? Only on the Remain side

YouGov have released some polling results this week which they claim examine 'Brexit extremism'. The...

The Plight of Conservatives in Scotland

Friedrich Hayek warned of the dangerous road to totalitarianism paved with well intention socialism in...

Article 50 has been triggered – The real work begins now

With today's historic triggering of Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union, Theresa May...

Why would anybody vote Labour, anyway?

There we have it: Theresa May has gone and done a Hillary Clinton. In one...

May’s offer on EU citizens’ rights doesn’t go far enough.

Theresa May has finally seized the initiative on the matter of EU citizens' rights and...

A referendum on UN membership, why not?

Have you have considered the idea of a referendum on our UN membership? Yes it does...

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...

Don’t tear us apart: We’re Great Britain, not Little Britain

I sit here this week following the 65th Accession Day of Our Lady, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth...

It’s a new era of politics – let’s make it a good one

Politics in the UK has never looked quite like this. On June 23, the country...

In Defence of John Bercow

The Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, as we all know is embroiled...

Welcome to Downing Street Prime Minister!

Theresa May is now Britain's Prime Minister and has arrived at Downing Street. The Prime Minister says...

Thailand’s New Constitution Wins Approval

On the 7th of August 2016 Thailand was given its first chance to express themselves...

The Daunting Prospect of a 2nd EU Referendum

An online petition signed by five million people calling for a second EU Referendum is...

The Real Brexit Black Hole: A Radical Remain Labour platform

Dejected delegations returning from Europe now flood the news daily but Cameron's failed visit in...

Should Governments Run Like Businesses

Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump has seen a wave of support in the 2016 US...

Polling Behind Bars

Prisoners who have committed minor offences should not be denied the right to vote despite...

Could tax devolution be the boost Wales needs?

With the 2017 Wales Act receiving Royal Assent at the end of January, removing the...

Theresa May’s speech will give us a Crème Brûlée Brexit

As a hardcore Brexiteer, I am pleased that the Prime Minister has delivered a positive,...

Brexit Britain: Are we ready to unshackle ourselves?

EU chief negotiator Michelle Barnier claims that Britain isn’t ready to become an independent nation...

Explained: The First Female Supreme Court President

Since 2012 Lord Neuberger has served as the President of the UK Supreme Court, until...

Yes: Let’s Vote at 16

On Friday 3rd November 2017 an important Private Members' Bill was blocked by this weak...

The Betrayal of Catalonia

When you live in Scotland and spend the week in Catalonia whilst they debate and...