Theresa May is going to face a massive backlash from supporters and backbenchers alike for doing a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). But who are the DUP and what is their history? … Read More A brief history: Who are the DUP?
The result on the 8th June shocked everyone, no-one was expecting Labour to gain seats and Conservatives to lose seats. Since then every political commentator is attempting to make sense as to why Labour has seen such an increase in vote share…… Read More GE2017: An attempt to convey what happened as Labour gained
Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of being a ‘terrorist sympathiser’ for his links to Martin McGuinness and supporting the cause of the political party Sinn Fein, the eventual reunification of Ireland.… Read More A brief history: Sinn Fein, the IRA and the Troubles
Britain has played a significant role in stirring resentment in the Middle-East for over a century. A cause of the extremism we face today.… Read More The history of British involvement in the Middle-East
Late Wednesday night, a manifesto pledge from the Conservatives was revealed by the press prior the manifesto launch on Thursday. It was their policy on pensioners and care. … Read More Conservatives unveil manifesto with a nasty surprise for pensioners
Policy costing is playing a large role in the general election this year, in fact, this has been a key point throughout coverage of policy announcements… Read More The economics of policy, rhetoric and corporation tax
The CPS have announced that most of the Conservative MPs will not face charges over election fraud, however, the investigation in Kent is still ongoing… Read More CPS announce they are not too charge most Conservative MPs investigated for election fraud
There has been wide reporting that Jeremy Corbyn won’t step down after the general election. The fact is, this information and reporting is purely designed to undermine the Labour campaign, which has been gaining significant support and traction since Theresa May announced the snap general election. … Read More Corbyn’s leadership questions: A cover for Theresa May’s incompetence as a leader
The story of a money trail from HSBC to the Conservative Party, highlight the favours given to HSBC after significant donations were made by Conservative Party donor’s, Michael Spencer, company IPGL after it incurred significant losses during the financial crisis and propped up by a £200m loan from HSBC. … Read More Have the Conservative Party been favourable to HSBC?
we have a brief analysis on the election, no not the UK’s general election but the French presidential election. Since the article was written, Marine Le Pen has stepped down as her role as leader of the National Front stating she wanted to run from are more partisan perspective. … Read More French Presidential election 2017: The polls opened and offered little change