A No-Confidence Vote would Strengthen Theresa May

The other day it was announced that an upcoming parliamentary vote on the Customs Union, would not be a confidence vote in the government. However, if Theresa May were to face a no-confidence motion within her own party, it would likely strengthen her position as leader of the Conservative Party. Whatever her Brexit position ends up being, the Prime Minister will ultimately alienate a wing … Continue reading A No-Confidence Vote would Strengthen Theresa May

Jacinda is the leader of our times

Since becoming the Prime Minister of New Zealand, last October, Jacinda Ardern has certain made her mark. She can only be described as an unorthodox politician, she is a former Mormon, former DJ, expectant mother and unmarried at that, however none of these factors should really matter in how we judge our politicians. One of the most significant things that Jacinda has done is stand … Continue reading Jacinda is the leader of our times

Ryan’s Departure isn’t too bad for the GOP

When the news emerged that Paul Ryan, Vice-Presidential candidate in 2012, was stepping down not only from his role as Speaker of the House of Representatives but also as a Congressman at the upcoming midterm elections, this November, much of the response was of a Republican party bracing itself for heavy defeats, however this is not necessarily the case. The governing party usually suffers heavily … Continue reading Ryan’s Departure isn’t too bad for the GOP

Where is Amber Rudd?

Over the last month or so, we have witnessed a Russian poisoning incident, a data protection scandal with Cambridge Analytica and the role of Facebook, a Labour party grappling with anti-Semitism and a rapid increase in violent crime in the Capital. All of these issues fall under the realm of the Home Office, however the Home Secretary is nowhere to be seen, so where exactly … Continue reading Where is Amber Rudd?

Anti-Semitism has already cost Labour electorally, it will happen again.

With the local elections about a month away, it is a near-inevitability that Jeremy Corbyn will sweep London, especially after how well his Labour Party performed in the capital at the most recent general election. However, one problem keeps reappearing and that is anti-semitism. Even though Jeremy Corbyn is not an anti-semite, his inaction over the issue has led to a narrative being created relating … Continue reading Anti-Semitism has already cost Labour electorally, it will happen again.