Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Theresa May must go, this is not business as usual

Theresa May went to great lengths to warn the nation of a 'coalition of chaos' with the potential of a leader linked with extremist...

Jeremy Corbyn has won a victory for democracy

For the media, Jeremy Corbyn's failure was pre-scripted, a forgone conclusion. They have a firm grip on the power to shape public opinion in...

Brexit: Hopes and fears of an EU student living in the UK

As the UK elections become closer and closer, I decided to interview an EU citizen currently living and studying in Brighton, East Sussex. This conversation...

Is Theresa May using the Manchester attack for political gains?

Let me begin by saying this, I am not suggesting that the attack on Manchester was sanctioned by the Conservative Party or any of...

Theresa May’s contempt for the public is deplorable

Strong and stable, stable and strong - whichever way around you say it, and despite the fact she must drop it into every sentence...

Have we lost the ability to care?

I voted for Brexit. I wasn't alone. In fact, I was in a majority, but now I feel that something wasn't, and isn't right....

My vote won’t change anything

Over the years, and in many different election campaigns, I have lost count of how many times I have heard that exact line. I do...

The Local Elections must be a wake up call for Labour and the left.

Labour had a terrible night in the local elections, and the signs are undeniably worrying. These are depressing times for those on the left...

Are the Tories deluded over Brexit? The effects will be felt for generations

Yesterday, Theresa May delivered a letter to the European Union leaders informing them of the Britain's intention of leaving the political union - Article...

George Osborne must resign for the sake of democracy

It is not uncommon in this age of austerity, zero-hour contracts, and wage stagnation for individuals to have to juggle more than one job...