For those of us who dislike the Tories, and specifically Boris Johnson’s current cabal of rule breakers and liars, the defection of Bury South MP Christian Wakeford to the Labour party is a welcome development. However, for those of … Continue reading There must be a by-election in Bury South.
On Wednesday, Boris Johnson stood in front of the House of Commons during PMQ’s and took what can only be described as an embarrassing beating from the opposition bench and his own backbench. ‘PartyGate’ no doubt persists in sparking anger … Continue reading How much more of Johnson’s incompetence can this country take?
When the people who legislate, supposedly on our behalf, are doing lines to get through a tough day in Parliament, I feel like that’s a good place to draw the line. Continue reading Downing Street: Party Problems
Like them or loathe them, face masks have been proven to be heavily useful at reducing the transmission of Covid-19. Last week, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson reintroduced them as mandatory in shops and on public transport. This was announced … Continue reading Johnson’s New Mask Policy Only Covers his Self-interest
Electoral reform is an ever-present topic of debate within British politics. Although many people will remember the 2011 referendum on Alternative Vote that garnered a catastrophic turnout of just 42.2%, the mood on proportional representation, at least among the left, … Continue reading It’s Time for Labour to Back the Changing Tide on Electoral Reform
the expression of one’s meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect. Oxford English Dictionary Alanis Morrissette’s song “Ironic” has been subject to derision ever since its release in 1996. Sat in a … Continue reading Isn’t it Ironic?