The countdown is on to the General Election 2017 and as Corbyn said in his first campaign speech on Thursday “It’s the people against the powerful.” With the title of this article, I’m presuming many of you are a proud remoaner and you’re not about to let Cruella de May and her 329 Tory MPs shit all over the next five years of your hopes … Continue reading I voted remain – so should I vote Lib Dem or Labour?
2016 to me is like a jager bomb. You’re having a really good time with your friends and you’ve got such great hopes for the night ahead.. but then you have a few to many and your left with a sick feeling in your stomach as it swallows you right up. I feel like I’ve been drunk the whole 2016 of anyway.. I mean how … Continue reading We will remember this era as “The Hill”.. it all goes down from here.
On Friday the 15th July I took the two and a half hour train journey down to London to see a talk with Jeremy Corbyn and Ben Okri at Southbank. I’m twenty-one years old and some may put me in the new-era category, the “corbynites.” I respect the man immensely and was rather eager to see if this man lived up to his name, if … Continue reading Meeting Corbyn
Is it any wonder that after such a campaign, that the aftermath of the vote has been equally distasteful? It was a campaign full of the dark side of politics. A campaign founded on fear, unproven statistics, lies and highly distasteful xenophobic and racial attacks. It was a campaign which was meant to engage the population in a debate that would invigorate the millennial generation … Continue reading Nothing but Politics and Lies
The UK has voted to leave the EU with 51.9% of the vote. UK sees 72.2% turnout of electorate since 1992. David Cameron announces intention to resign as PM by October. Continue reading The UK Votes to Leave the European Union!