New year, same sh*t. Theresa May had hoped the holiday period would give some on her side of the house time to come round to the deal. But Santa sadly deduced her to be too naughty after all this talk of running through a field of wheat a few years ago and delivered a lump of coal in the form of a 230 majority defeat. … More Where is the confidence?
Hindsight is great, but common-sense politics is even better. It’s easy to sit here nearly two years on, with only 74 days until Brexit, and say voting to trigger Article 50 back in February 2017 was a huge mistake, but for MPs who voted to trigger Article 50 it should have been as obvious then … More MPs who voted to trigger Article 50 pushed us towards a No Deal Brexit without realising it.
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
Slashing or abolishing tuition fees would do nothing to tackle inequality … More Why We Should Not Scrap Tuition Fees
Ex-UKIP member, Dom Jackman, explains why he thinks UKIP has lost their power from the political landscape. … More What Has Happened To UKIP?
One conversation can shift the direction of change forever. … More Why Talk About Mental Health?
There are fears that a Christmas election is looming, Theresa May this time may not last to the end of the day, and the deal we have been working towards with the EU for the past two years comes as a mere drop in the ocean in the process of actually leaving. If you have … More Brexit: Theresa May’s Last Stand?