Periods are normal, and yet today there seems to be a stigma still attached to them and we do not talk about them freely. When companies are readily providing condom dispensers rather than female hygiene products, you know something is up … More Female Hygiene- A Bloody Mess
It’s clear that HS2 is going to cost the taxpayer a lot of money and it appears the government are forgetting it. Thatcher famously reminded Britain that the government holds no money, they’re simply borrowing money from the taxpayer. So, its important with such a costly programme has public support, as it is their money that’s being spent. … More OPINION: HS2 is a waste of money. Let’s scrap it
If the European Parliament elections have taught us anything, it is that no side really won. Yes, the Brexit Party and Nigel Farage gained the most seats, but the Liberal Democrats smashed those elections too. What was mainly evidenced was that the two main parties are no longer fit for purpose and their policies of compromise have not resonated with the public. … More Archie Ratcliffe: For A Confirmatory Vote
Currently, there is no committee dedicated to the eradication of modern-day slavery and exploitation. This should change and change soon. … More Michael Noctor: Liberty Must Take the Day!
Breaches of Parliamentary Privilege rarely occur, but when they do it is almost certain that questioning of the right parliamentarians have is sure to follow. … More Parliamentary Privilege- How does it work and should it continue?
The Liberal Democrats are losing passionate members. It’s not because they no longer care, instead it’s because of the toxicity that is prevalent in the party. … More The Liberal Democrats- Brexit and Toxicity
Are we finally seeing the light at the end of the stalemate tunnel? … More Brexit- Are We Finally Moving Forward?
London, United Kingdom – Prime Minister Theresa May survives a no confidence vote; led by the free-market Eurosceptic and internationalist Remain wings of her party – both she has polarised and neither she has pleased. Why has this happened? To put it simply, the rift in divisions between political figures and institutions has pulled critically … More Macron, Theresa May and the time of reckoning for elitism