We’ve all seen the videos on social media. A group of in-experienced teenage activists take to the roundabout at Trafalgar Square and attempt to bring London to a standstill. They do so in the name of Climate Justice. But these groups; Extinction Rebellion, Animal Rebellion and now Beyond Politics, are they not just using a cause’ as a justifiable means to wreak havoc on the streets of London?
For those of you who aren’t aware, Pakistan is important to me for a number of reasons. First and foremost, it’s where my family are from. My grandad was born in Lahore. […]
They were the results of a contest that nobody really cared about. A party that since 2015 has seemed pretty aimless and lacking in purpose. For the last five years, the Liberal […]
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme may seem like a generous way to kick start the economy, but is it a sensible economic rescue plan? It is an ingenious means of getting people to part with their cash and inject money into local businesses, but there doesn’t need to be a sole focus on the restaurant industry.
I soon came to realise The James O’Brien Show was nothing more than a political amphitheatre in which in-experienced broadcast subjects would come onto the show only to then be set up for slaughtering by O’Brien. A man who week after week of listening to, made me feel as though if I differed from his viewpoint that I was nothing more than pond life.
Recent polling has suggested the public mood is slowly shifting from people wanting the divisive and tribal Tories, to opting for a less bloshy administration.
London has been, for a while now, crying out for a centrist voice. An individual that doesn’t give in to the partisan, tribal politics that we see today, but instead seeks to unite the political divide and adopt a new type and style of administration that would be needed to mend the societal cracks.
Homelessness is a Public Health crisis that must be treated like one, says Ted Jeffery.
Ted Jeffery argues Boris will always have a liberal-Tory ideology just like his political idol, Sir Winston Churchill – another progressive Tory of his time.
These Cybernats may not be a complete representation of the independence movement in Scotland, but the sad truth is they are an uncontrollable result of what the SNP has been stirring up since 2011. The type of campaign that Alex Salmond, in particular, tried to run and to some extent still does today, with his RT chat show, is a populist cry for freedom.