By Chris Doyle I begin this article by taking you back over 3 years ago. It is a rather sunny Friday morning, I am watching the morning election coverage of the 2015 general election in the common room of my sixth form. The pundits and experts are pulling apart the reasons why the Tories gained … More Why I joined the Tories in the age of Corbyn
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Chaos in British politics is nothing new for the British people, but this week has shown to be the most chaotic yet. … More The Week That Almost Ended May
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The only thing that is certain, is that nothing is certain. … More This Week In Parliament