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
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?
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?
Liberal Democrat Conference: My experience and how it compares to Labour Party Conference? … More A Tale of Two Conferences