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
Since Article 50 has been triggered in March 2017 not much advance has been done on the whole process of exiting the European Union. Many topics have been talked about and debated but overall there isn’t much substance to any of it. There seems to ultimately be a considerable gap between what Conservative party ministers … More Brexit – A Bargain Chip Perspective
As a Conservative, I merely thought the concept of identity politics was a pawn being used by Corbyn and the Labour party in order to manipulate the electorate to persuade them that because who they are they had no choice but to vote for Corbyn. But one thing has changed my mind since then. … More What is so important about identity politics?
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.