The Rise of the One-Party State and the Demise of the UK

At the time of publication, the UK is 32 days away from voting in the snap general election. In the last few days, much of the UK held local council and mayoral elections. Over the course of the local elections, the Conservative Party made a net gain of 558 seats leaving them with a total of 1900 council seats. Meanwhile, Labour made a net loss of 320, … Continue reading The Rise of the One-Party State and the Demise of the UK

This is Your New Prime Minister!

A woman who once had three trafficking victims imprisoned  for immigration. A woman who has spent much of her political career opposing and blocking legislation which would have guaranteed equality and human rights for all. A woman who has committed so much effort into blocking climate change law, the big oil companies of America would be proud of her. A woman who once claimed Gordon Brown had … Continue reading This is Your New Prime Minister!

Who Is Theresa May?

With David Cameron stepping down as the Conservative party leader, following the referendum result in June, both the country and conservative party have been thrown into a leaderless chaos. Theresa May is one of those who believes they can calm the chaos. Theresa Mary May, is currently the Member of Parliament for Maidenhead and the Home secretary. Born on October 1st 1956, May claims on her … Continue reading Who Is Theresa May?

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

Ian Duncan Smith Is A Nail In Whose Coffin?

The now former Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith resigned last week from his cabinet position. The man himself pointed to an “unfair” budget, put forward by the Chancellor George Osborne, and cuts to the disability benefits as his reasoning behind this sudden move. Mr. Duncan Smith said, in his first interview after his resignation to the BBC, that the government was risking “dividing” the … Continue reading Ian Duncan Smith Is A Nail In Whose Coffin?