Josh Bate explores post EU Britain. With new control over foreign policy, what are the aims of the government, and what sentiment underpins this?
Why did Dominic Cummings offer scathing criticism of the government towards the end of May? Was he merely reitterating what we already know or are his claims offering a more damning insight in to the government’s handling of the pandemic? Will Nixon reports.
In recent years I have been continually witnessing and reading about the intolerance and hate politics of the Modi government and its passionate supporters. Despite being aware of the government’s track record of silencing criticism, […]
It’s a Tuesday morning on 23rd July 2019, and Boris Johnson has just won sixty-six per cent of the Conservative Party members’ vote. He is now our new Prime Minister. In a characteristically jovial speech, […]
Honour Jo Cox… Get Brexit done”. These were the words of the Prime Minister in the House of Commons on Wednesday, words that provoked outrage at the state of British politics. The husband and sister […]
Given the difficulties, current Prime Minister Theresa May is having getting her Brexit bill through Parliament and a failed coup led by Jacob Rees-Mogg, talk of her successor is more rampant than ever. However, rumours are […]
Ever since the election on the 8th June, the Conservative party and its leader, Theresa May, have been on a downward spiral. A snap election, called by Mrs May herself, had seen her party lose […]