Tag: Brexit


Tom Watson: We’ve got an uphill struggle ahead

Tom Watson, the elected Deputy Leader of the Labour Party as of September 2015, appeared on The Andrew Marr Show to discuss the pre-eminent futures of Brexit, Labour polling and Jeremy Corbyn this past week. Following a “difficult few months”, the...

/ 13th February 2017
The Diverse cast of general election 2015

Breaking the mould, the hidden victory in the US election.

As many will have heard by now there’s a new president-elect in town and while the Doom-Sayers have been out in force the last few weeks hailing the end of the united states cessation of California from the Union and...

/ 18th November 2016

What does Brexit mean for students?

In the wake of the EU referendum, there is still one word burning on the majorities’ lips: Brexit. The vote itself garnered a legion of mixed responses, varying between the despondent minority who asked themselves — and others — questions...

/ 30th September 2016
Home Secretary Theresa May officially launches her campaign to become prime minister at Austin Court in Birmingham. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday July 11, 2016. Mrs May is embarking on a nationwide campaign to win over Tory members in her bid to become prime minister, after a weekend dominated by a row over comments made by leadership rival Andrea Leadsom about motherhood. See PA story POLITICS Conservatives. Photo credit should read: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Britain has a new Prime Minister. What’s next?

Three weeks after Britain’s decision to leave the European Union created unprecedented political turmoil, a little certainty has returned to Downing Street. The Conservative party’s leadership election came to an abrupt end on Monday as Andrea Leadsom left Theresa May...

/ 14th July 2016