MPs bowing to Big Ben shows how shamefully out of touch they are

Big Ben's chimes rang out over the capital for the last time in four years today, as essential maintenance begins on the iconic structure at...

Financial Crisis, 10 years on: the austerity con that shaped a decade

A great deal of the population was strung along with the idea that austerity was a necessity on a countrywide basis - why would...

Thanks to the DUP, the Tories have located the “Magic Money Tree”

It was one of the Tories' favourite soundbites during the General Election campaign, we couldn't afford to give the likes of nurses a much-needed...

General Election Reflections: a gamble gone wrong

Oh my, what a few days this has been.  Our expectations of British politics have, if not been turned upside down, then certainly they...

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...

Corbyn’s warm, composed demeanour eclipses May’s empty answers

Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May faced a live TV grilling broadcast on Sky and Channel 4. One of them repeated a series of non-coherent...

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...

We all need Labour’s bold manifesto for change

People are quick to say that it doesn't matter who gets elected, things never change. At this election, this couldn't be further from the...