You may have seen the protest that occurred in Rotherham last Saturday, outside of a Holiday Inn. There were two protests in fact. One was an anti-immigration protest, which sparked the event, and the second was a counter-protest. I am … Continue reading Far-right ideas are influencing our young people: the education and diversity of experience that university brings can help combat this
Two big events that will have significant ramifications have taken place this week, both concerning party leaders from the 2019 general election. Sir Keir Starmer has announced that Jeremy Corbyn, who led the Labour Party in the 2019 election, will … Continue reading This week in British Politics #3: A guide through the headlines (Monday 13 Feb to Friday 17 Feb)
What has happened this week in British Politics? Find out below! This will be a weekly series, so stay tuned… The first thing you might have noticed is that everyone was on strike. On Wednesday, February 1st, members of the … Continue reading This week in British Politics #1: A guide through the headlines (Monday 30 Jan to Friday 3 Feb)
The House of Lords is and remains a beacon of expertise and independence in our political system and acts as an effective scrutinising machine to the government. Reform should keep this in mind… Continue reading Starmer misses the point of the House of Lords in his attempt to attack Johnson
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.
A new extradition hearing commenced on Wednesday in London’s High Court against the Wikileaks co-founder, Julian Assange. If the USA’s endeavour to extradite him is successful, Assange will face charges of espionage and hacking which could see him face up … Continue reading An Assange on Democracy: Free Speech and Free Press