Long time no see! Unfortunately, despite all of the political turmoil and events over the past few months, I have been unable to post any new content to the blog. Since I started university in September, I have had more … Continue reading Explaining the lack of content recently
In March 2017, Nicola Sturgeon announced plans for a second referendum on Scottish Independence that would be held between the autumn of 2018 and the spring of 2019, but the General Election saw the SNP lose 21 seats to different … Continue reading IndyRef2 has been postponed, but what now?
One year has passed since Britain held a referendum on its membership of the European Union, and voted to leave the EU. On the 23rd June 2016 the ballots opened in the EU Referendum, and by the 24th June, 52% … Continue reading EU Referendum: One Year Later
On the 9th June 2016, I created The Humanity Complex. It has been just over one year since I started the blog. When I started The Humanity Complex, I decided that the content of the blog would focus on current … Continue reading One year of The Humanity Complex
In the 2015 General Election, the Scottish National Party achieved a landslide victory in Scotland, winning 56/59 seats. Although, in the 2017 Election, the party lost 21 seats, and were left with 35. The SNP lost seats to Scottish Labour, … Continue reading What do the SNP’s losses mean for Scottish politics?
At the beginning of this election campaign the outcome looked bleak for the Labour Party, the were polling behind the Conservatives and were predicted to be defeated. When Corbyn became party leader after the party’s defeat in the 2015 election, … Continue reading Was this election result good for the Labour Party?
Theresa May called a snap election, and lost the Conservative’s parliamentary majority, what impact will this have on Government? Continue reading Theresa May’s election gamble failed, but what does this mean for the Government?