Theresa May’s opinions on Britain’s democratic norms and values have, by and large, been ignored, due to the perception that her lack of a majority prevents her from doing anything about them. But she still has enough power to push through significant changes to our democracy.
As more and more Remainers say they want Britain to stay in the EU, a much more coherent strategy to increase support for our EU membership is needed if we are going to stop Brexit. Firstly, Remainers must understand what led to 52% of voters voting to leave.
On September 24th, voters will decide whether Angela Merkel deserves a fourth term as Chancellor or, if SDP (Social Democratic Party) should win back control of the country, 15 years after their last election victory.
Owen Jones tweeted “‘Alt-left’ was a term invented by “centrists” to demonise the left — now appropriated by Donald Trump.” Jones has distracted from Trump's truly abhorrent statement by attacking centrists, who played a central role in fighting white nationalists and neo-nazi’s at Charlottesville.
Because it’s silly season, and because the Tories are desperately looking for someone different to lead them into the 2022 election, Jacob Rees Mogg is being floated as a credible candidate to be the next Conservative leader, and PM.