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
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?
It’s almost 2 o’clock in the morning, and I am sitting at my computer, watching as the early results come in, knowing that it will be a while before we get a clear picture of the result and the new … Continue reading What are the possible outcomes of this election?
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?
Theresa May has called a General Election to be held on the 8th June 2017, as we have one month left until the vote, how does it look for the political parties? Conservatives In this election the Conservatives have been … Continue reading Analysis of the 2017 General Election
For the most part of my life it was unimaginable, the Conservatives were never seen to be a popular party in Scotland and have always came behind Labour and the Scottish National Party, but no more. Over recent years the … Continue reading The rise of the Scottish Conservatives