While Brexit has been dominating the headlines this last week, the UK has been visited by the UN’s Rapporteur (a person who is appointed by an organisation to report on the proceedings of its meetings) on extreme poverty and human rights. Philip Alston has been visiting several parts of the UK including London, Oxford, Cardiff, … More UK Poverty – we need to open our eyes
Short money isn’t necessarily talked about in the press apart from the odd occasion that an article is posted about political parties’ receiving public money. £9.78 million will be spent on short money in 2018/19 which as a percentage of government expenditure is merely a drop in the ocean. This was mainly prominent after UKIP … More Short Money and the DUP
Liberal Democrat Conference: My experience and how it compares to Labour Party Conference? … More A Tale of Two Conferences
Break ups are hard, but have I moved on … More What have I done since leaving the labour party?
“The labour party and politics are so divided, so toxic, and I’d just had enough…” … More Why I Left The Labour Party