One of the biggest questions still looming after the election is the balance of power for EVEL or English Votes for English Laws. The controversial voting policy which was used for the first time last year has had its fair share of critics and with Theresa May’s Conservatives having failed to achieve a majority in […]
In today’s podcast; as barbaric terrorism strikes across the Pennines in Manchester on Monday night, Sam Volpe, Harry Taylor and Dan Barker try to make sense of the attack, and discuss the media’s coverage of the event.
Paul Nuttall and UKIP are right. Whilst we mourn the loss of over twenty innocent men, women and children, the democratic process must continue. Political parties must go out and put their arguments to the people – it is the core value of the west and one that separates us from the islamist scum bags […]
It was never going to be an easy night for John Thurley in a room full of hostile students, but the UKIP candidate for the Sheffield Hallam constituency illuminated the room with his complete lack of understanding of the majority of issues that were presented. The opening remarks from the panel were much as predicted. […]
It’s now less than a month until what Twitter is calling #GE2017 and the battle lines have started to become clear. The Conservatives have billed this as an effective second referendum on Brexit and the Lib Dems have duly followed the narrative, declaring themselves the chief opponents to the hard Brexit that Theresa May wants. […]