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Florence Speech: Buying time with a Brexit betrayal

Saturday, September 23, 2017

My first child was born two weeks before the In/Out referendum. He will be at school bringing home maths homework I probably don’t understand by the time the UK is an independent sovereign country.  Read more


Ed's July Update: How's Mrs May's Conservative Government doing?

Tuesday, July 11, 2017


GE2017: Picking the wrong fights and defying expectations

Friday, June 09, 2017

This election will go down as one of the most challenging and oddest in history. After discovering eight weeks constitutes a 'snap' election it was framed as a 'back me over Brexit' by the PM. She needed a mandate to negotiate with Brussels and other parties were trying to manouever and sabotage her efforts to get the best deal for Britain.   Read more


An Analytical Perspective: Brexit and Election 2017 by D.W

Friday, June 02, 2017

Mrs May called a Snap Election for June 08, 2017, however previously she had no intention of calling an election until 2020. Whilst on a holiday in North Wales the decision was reached over the Easter parliamentary recess.  Read more


Talentless, toothless and at times tedious by Ben Pringle

Friday, June 02, 2017

The General Election will soon be fast upon us and has left much to the imagination in terms of policy, political manoeuvring and connecting with the general public. Billed as one of the most important votes in her lifetime, Theresa May has given off the impression in both her policy and passion that her actions do not meet her words.   Read more


General Election 2017 and the impact of Brexit by Jays Tarar

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

With the snap General Election on June 8th, I believe the current Prime Minister, Theresa May will be elected and win with a huge majority of the vote.   Read more


The not-so-general general election by Daniel Argent

Friday, May 26, 2017


The problem with this idea, however, is that it ignores the fact that a British general election is in fact 650 different elections. When voters go to the polls, they are choosing a Member of Parliament (MP) to represent their constituency in the House of Commons. However, the party (or coalition of parties) that has a majority of MPs then forms the government which runs the country. Voters therefore have a potential conflict between choosing a local representative, and their preferred Prime Minister or ruling party. This can produce surprising results in some constituencies, which buck the national trend. One constituency that may spring such a surprise in 2017 is my own, Thurrock.   Read more

Brexit and the General Election: How it affects Millennials by Jadesola Fakoya

Saturday, May 20, 2017

This article sets out how Brexit will affect people in the UK, under 40, shown through the prism of the legal realities Brexit brings and what is set out in the main parties manifestos.  Read more


Conservative Party Manifesto: 'Forward, Together' says Theresa May

Thursday, May 18, 2017

In the 2015 General Election there were just 428 votes between the Conservatives and Labour in Halifax. Speaking in the West Yorkshire constituency today, to launch the Conservative manifesto, was not random, it was a message that places like Halifax could turn blue.  Read more


Liberal Democrats Manifesto focuses on Brexit

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Liberal Democrats launched their manifesto today in London. Leader Tim Farron, told his audience, that voters had the opportunity to 'change Britain's future.' He put Brexit at the heart of his speech saying leaving the Single Market was a 'time bomb' for the UK's public services.  Read more


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