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?
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
A system based on collective ownership is only viable in theory, and is a serious mis-judgement of human nature … More Communism – The Rising Popularity In The Young
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
The only thing that is certain, is that nothing is certain. … More This Week In Parliament
Public perceptions of MPs and Westminster has rarely ever been so negative, and fewer people are turning out to vote. But what is it about the way politics is conducted in Britain today that has put so many off? Could it be a result of the archaic traditions, shown most prominently at the state opening of … More The Public and Parliament- Why have we lost respect for politicians?
Over the past few years, a new form of political campaigning has emerged in which it is no longer solely down to those in and around the political elite to influence voters. Today it has extended beyond the walls of Westminster, of political commentators and analysts and landed into the hands of individuals, typically with no political experience: celebrities. … More Should Celeb’s Get Involved in Politics?