If the European Parliament elections have taught us anything, it is that no side really won. Yes, the Brexit Party and Nigel Farage gained the most seats, but the Liberal Democrats smashed those elections too. What was mainly evidenced was that the two main parties are no longer fit for purpose and their policies of compromise have not resonated with the public. … More Archie Ratcliffe: For A Confirmatory Vote
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
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
The only thing that is certain, is that nothing is certain. … More This Week In Parliament
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?
With Brexit negotiations heating up, there is an ever louder call for a people’s vote on the final say. A vote on the shape of the deal we as a nation want, a vote on our relationship with the EU, a vote for the future- the problem is, we’ve already had it… … More Why I Am Against A People’s Vote
Is a Brexit deal still achievable? … More Theresa May’s Brexit Address- What happened and what does it mean?