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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...

What next for UK Foreign Policy post-BrExit?

Since the referendum results the UK is suffering with the headache of deciding what its...

Brexit Needs A Second Referendum

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

Book Release: NEA – Dawn Of An Era

Dear United Politics readers, Previously you may have read my blogs on taxation, the EU and...

Why North Korea’s missiles are not a threat

Here we are again. North Korea has triggered international condemnation through testing its missile system....

Russia and the West

Russia has had a rough year: it lost to Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest;...

Cognitive Dissonance and the Malice of Catholicism

There was a recent article in the Guardian, entitled “How long can the cognitive dissonance between...

Haven’t Heard Of Sesame Credit? You Need To.

Firstly, let me assure the reader that I will vow not to subject you to...

Radical Evil: The Tyranny of Saddam

In 1979 Saddam Hussein seized power for himself and turned Iraq in to a totalitarian...

UN Peace Day 2016 : Have they been promoting peace?

Today marks the 34th United Nations International Day of Peace. Although this is a great...

Turkey Coup: Bad for Democracy, Bad for Secularism

Analysts have long watched the growing divisions in Turkey with suspicion. President Erdogan has for...

Forget Europe; The World Is Our Oyster

Democratically-elected leaders in Europe still fundamentally fail to comprehend that 52% of people in Britain...

Why I am against Ukraine joining NATO

For the past seven years I have followed Ukrainian politics with great interest and enthusiasm....

2016 : A Political Phenomenon

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

Brexit: Opportunities on the Open Seas

Throughout the EU referendum campaign there was fear being projected from both sides as if...

Sport needs Social Enterprise and Activism

The Commonwealth Games is a combination of sports, enterprise and social justice. I was a...

Trump: Unorthodox Success or Blaring Failure?

It’s undoubtedly been a turbulent term so far for America’s most unorthodox president. We’ve seen...

Poverty Profiteers: Enfranchising the Poor

Charity has become a dirty word, as revelations from Oxfam on the sex for aid...

The UN and its emphasis on voluntarism

The United Nations (UN) has been in existence for 71 years. Over that time, it...

The defeat of populism and the quandary of liberalism

In late May of 2017, Guy Verhofstadt, leader of the ALDE group in the European...

Trump’s Policy and Peace-talks with Israel & Palestine

The ongoing Israeli-Palestinian struggle has become a conflict centred around identity, nationalism, security dilemmas and...

The Migrant Crisis: Missing the Wood for the Trees

Recently, in a single week no fewer than 880 migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean....

Ukraine: Crackdown on Corruption

November 2016 marked 3 years since Euromaidan – the Revolution of Dignity – broke out...

Are we wrong about Syria? In defence of Assad

"The obligation of subjects to the sovereign is understood to last as long, and no...

Should post-Brexit Britain remain first-rate military power?

Once upon a time Britannia ruled the waves, and if Thermistocles is to be believed...

Who, Where and How: Paving a path for the Democrats in 2020

The Democratic Party cannot underestimate how crucial picking the right candidate will be in 2020....

How the left can build an effective defence strategy

For those who participate in politics or who pay attention to the typical developments in...

The EU is destroying itself, not Trump

Who or what else is going to be blamed on the EU's destruction before the...

Foreign Aid: A Flawed System?

Foreign Aid is undoubtedly necessary. It is one of our vital sources of Soft Power...

The BBC’s Impartiality Suppresses Youth Ideology

Just What do Young People Want? 72% of 18-24 year olds voted to remain in the...

The UK needs to rethink its negotiating position

On the 29th January, the EU Council adopted their most recent negotiating directives for the...

Post Brexit- A New Special Relationship

What emerged from the G20 summit was the potential beginning of a new special relationship,...

Two Ways Liam Fox Can Achieve His Mission

Let’s work with the willing. Let’s work with those countries and British expatriates that want...

Gary Johnson must be President

"If someone had a gun to your head, would you vote for Hillary or Trump?" "I'd...

Commonwealth Games: Social Objective Mission

The Commonwealth has a multisport event that can gather it's member nations together to show...

This is our golden opportunity to revive the special relationship

Britain's fortunes for a special relationship with America are about to witness a sudden change...

The Plastic Plague – Are We Managing It?

The accumulation of plastic in the ocean has been at its highest rate in history,...

The Fissure Between Me and My Generation; 17 and Eurosceptic

On Thursday 23rd June last year, the UK did the unthinkable. We came together to...

War on Peace: The End of Atomic Bombs

In 1945 World War 2 ended. 6 years of misery and suffering came to a...

North Korea tests nuclear weapons. So what?

North Korea is testing Nuclear weapons and this week tested a launch from a submarine....

A referendum on UN membership, why not?

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

Britain’s LGBT legacy in the Commonwealth

In marking London Pride I wanted to reflect on Britain’s LGBT legacy. In the space of...

The “Crisis of Confidence” that threatens the West

“The threat is nearly invisible in ordinary ways. It is a crisis of confidence. It...

The deafening silence on Sierra Leone

On 14 August, thousands of Sierra Leoneans went missing after heavy rains caused a hillside...

A Second Referendum: The Pros and Cons

The suggestion of a new referendum to solve the current Brexit gridlock is nothing new....

May rejects £1000 Fee for all EU skilled workers Post-Brexit

As Brexit looms ever closer, new developments are unfolding giving the nation a taster to...

Europe: A Populist Revolt

It can be imagined that there was a huge sigh of relief in Brussels as...

Is mass destruction an acceptable reality?

We all fear nuclear annihilation. The concept that in the space of minutes, we could all...

Trump’s feasible response to Assad is Missile Strikes

On Saturday 7th April, in the Syrian City of Douma, a key stronghold for rebels...

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...