Many political battles are fuelled by feuds between key players, Blair and Brown, Thatcher and Heseltine. However, in the era … Continue reading Boris v. Theresa: A Feud About. . . Water Cannons?
Ever since his resignation as Foreign Secretary this July, over the Chequers proposal on how Britain should leave the European … Continue reading There is a viable route for Boris Johnson to become the next Conservative Leader
If there is one word to describe British politics in it’s current state, it has to be volatile. Nearly anywhere … Continue reading It’s Not Hard to Envisage All the Main Parties Having a Leadership Election Over the Next Few…
Amid the chaos that has been engulfing Westminster since the cabinet’s outing at Chequers last week, there has been wide … Continue reading The Chequers Deal Will Be The Prime Minister’s Downfall
“Oh, Jeremy Corbyn” is what was sung by the jubilant crowds greeting the Labour leader at Glastonbury last year. He … Continue reading The Cult of Corbyn is Falling Apart
Yesterday the Sunday Times reported that there is speculation around a possible Snap election this Autumn. Even though this is … Continue reading Another Snap Election? Surely Not
One of the most overused terms within the Tory ranks is that of “One-Nation”, nearly every prominent Conservative whether it … Continue reading Morgan, Soubry and the Cameroonians are not One-Nation Conservatives