The Back of Natalie and the Rise of the Greens!

After leading the UK Green Party for 4 years, Natalie Bennett as declared her intentions to step down as party leader, and not to run for a second term in the summer. We will now go through a full run through of her major successes as the leader of the Green Party. Party membership rose from 13,000 to 60,000 under her leadership um …. oh … Continue reading The Back of Natalie and the Rise of the Greens!

Leicester City: A Glimmer of Hope in the Face of Austerity Britain

By now, pretty much everything that can be said about Leicester City’s premier league victory has been said. It has been described as the greatest underdog story in sport, a work of art and a big fat middle finger to the financial elitism of English football. Whilst this is all true, I believe there is a much broader symbolic meaning to all of it. Leicester … Continue reading Leicester City: A Glimmer of Hope in the Face of Austerity Britain

The Current State of the NHS is Our fault! Not the Government’s!

While the contracts over junior doctor’s are being debated and strike action is taken up, the British people proclaimed Jeremy Hunt is, single-handedly, destroying the NHS. This, however, is clearly not the case. Hunt is doing the best he possibly can, this is just what happens when politicians are put in charge of organisations; and yet people want to nationalize steel. In fact the fault … Continue reading The Current State of the NHS is Our fault! Not the Government’s!

Boris Johnson: The Man, The Myth, The Bell-End

The first time I heard of Boris Johnson, I genuinely thought he was a Little Britain character. I can’t remember exactly when or where I first encountered the floppy twat but I distinctly remember thinking it was Matt Lucas wearing a shite wig playing a parody of a politician. To be fair, I can’t have been older than 11 at the time and I finally … Continue reading Boris Johnson: The Man, The Myth, The Bell-End

Doing our bit to keep ISIS smiling

Since establishing a caliphate on the territories they controlled in June 2014, ISIS have successfully spread fear across the world and progressed in taking more land. The global community rightfully recognises their threat to the world, but wrongfully spends millions on weapons to tackle the problem – as if this is a solution. It can surely be accepted quite unanimously that come the caliphates second … Continue reading Doing our bit to keep ISIS smiling