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 […]
Post-General Election, Harry Taylor, Luke Wilson, Katy Sandals and Tim Stickings talk about the shock election result, how long Theres May can stay on for, Corbyn’s campaigns, the dynamics of the next government, how long until the next election, and the Clegg and Bennett loses.
Labour’s Paul Blomfield says Natalie Bennett’s campaign in Sheffield is not picking up “any significant support” ahead of next week’s vote. Blomfield, defending a 17,000 majority, is running for re-election in Sheffield Central and says that voters have not been persuaded by Bennett and her ‘national priority campaign’. “They are puzzled by the fact that […]
Stronger, fairer and more prosperous were the watchwords of Theresa May as she launched the Conservative manifesto, promising a “great meritocracy in Britain.” Theresa May told supporters and the Conservative cabinet at the launch in Halifax that her policies would produce “a country that our children and grandchildren would be proud to call home.” All […]
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. […]
It’s not often you can say that Theresa May has a chip on her shoulder, but with her treatment of journalists in Cornwall earlier today, followed by the consumption of Britain’s favourite fried potato, you would be forgiven for thinking otherwise. Journalists from Cornwall Live interviewed the PM during her visit to the South Coast, […]