2019 General Election
Total 167 Posts
When you look at what the PM is up against, the Brexit trade negotiations might almost seem like light relief.
Why Boris Johnson should stick to his ‘one nation’ promise and resist the urge to swing to the right.4 min read
There is speculation over what the PM actually needs to do to hold on to his new voters.
Centrists are at loggerheads with the left. They are both right about what went wrong and that is a problem.
One of the defining features of British politics in recent decades has been the critical discussion of European integration. And this election was called because of a major issue about the EU. So surely this is the apotheosis of Euroscepticism?
What is needed now is clarity of vision and refusal to indulge in the kind of wishful thinking many Remainers indulged in for three years, Nyla Nox writes.
There has surely never been a campaign as inept as the ‘People’s Vote’. As the hard Brexiters conclude their win this week, here is why this disastrous campaign was doomed to fail even when there was a majority in favour of stopping Brexit.
The UK General Election 2019 was branded as one of the most ‘toxic’ in modern constitutional history. Putting to one side the issue of Brexit, ‘trust’ and ‘respect’ are two of the most prominent buzz-words that were debated last year.