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General Election 2017: Labour sets out their shopping list

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The long awaited Labour Party manifesto was finally published yesterday in the City of Bradford, a City with a large student and established immigrant population, two key demographics that Labour need to appeal to if they are to win the general election on June 8th.  Read more

How tough is Prime Minister Theresa May?

Monday, April 24, 2017

Already serving as Home Secretary, Mrs May became Leader of the Conservative Party and therefore Prime Minister on 13 July 2016.  Read more

A Genuine Anglophile & Brexiteer: The Trump era brings great expectations for the Special Relationship.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

As British PM, Theresa May heads to Washington DC, she will be the first world leader to meet the newly inaugurated US President Trump.  Read more

Stoke Central By-Election will determine the future of UKIP

Sunday, January 22, 2017

So, a fresh start for the UK Independence Party? They leave behind months of internal fighting and leadership battles in striking parallel to their remarkable role in helping to bring about Brexit.  Read more

"A Very British Insurgency" My review of The Bad Boys of Brexit

Tuesday, December 13, 2016

It's been a while since I've written a blog as things have been exceptionally busy. I spent my summer preparing for two huge life events.   Read more

Is “Dodgy Dave” running out of luck?

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

David Cameron has always been luckier than most politicians. He became Leader of the Conservative Party when Tony Blair was on the wane. “You were the future once” he smugly reminded Blair at one of their early PMQs exchanges.   Read more

Labour are missing an open goal on the budget

Tuesday, March 22, 2016

The day after the night before, or the Monday after Friday’s sensational resignation of Iain Duncan Smith and the internal chaos that raged in the Conservative Party over the weekend.  Read more

Brexit Myth Three – Our national security is at risk

Monday, February 15, 2016

Those who wish to remain in the European Union say that it would damage our national security. With very little credible evidence given for such a position, I’m not so sure.   Read more

We don’t need an emergency brake Prime Minister, we need control of the steering wheel.

Friday, January 29, 2016

The much heralded Conservative government’s re-negotiation of our EU membership becomes more farcical as each day passes.  Read more

Brexit Myth Two: Millions of jobs and trade will be lost

Friday, January 22, 2016

It’s often argued that millions of jobs will be lost and trade will decrease between the UK and the EU if we were to leave. And the evidence for this? Mostly, because Nick Clegg says so. Remember him?   Read more

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