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
When Theresa May first announced the snap-election it was said that this entire election would revolve around Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. The media thought that the campaigns would be mostly about the parties plans for post-brexit Britain, … Continue reading Was this election supposed to revolve around Brexit?
The UK has triggered Article 50, but what next?
As Britain starts the 2 year process of leaving the EU, it leaves us with important questions. How will the negotiations go? And will there be any consequences for the UK? Continue reading Article 50: Brexit Begins
With only two days until the Government triggers Article 50. It is appropriate that I summarise the events surrounding Brexit from the referendum to March 2017. Continue reading Brexit: The story so far…
The media have reported that First Minister of Scotland and leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) Nicola Sturgeon has announced that she has plans for a second referendum on Scotland’s Independence in 2018 or 2019. During a press conference … Continue reading Is Scottish Independence less or more likely?
With the Political scene dominated by Brexit, and a big concern being who will the leave voters support, the question must be asked, who will the remainers support? Continue reading Where will the remain vote go?
In the months after Britain voted to leave the European Union, and it revealed a massive change in the UK’s political landscape. The public have shown how they are dissatisfied with the establishment parties. Since the referendum the political makeup … Continue reading The upcoming by-elections will show the post-referendum political landscape