Tory split or general election?

September 25, 2018 admin3 0
You’ll have noticed that some of the supermarkets have already started displaying Christmas merchandise writes Andy Stowe. You might even have begun mentally drafting your […]

No rush to judgement

March 21, 2018 admin1 1
Whoever was responsible for the use of chemical weapons against a Russian ex-spy in Salisbury, the main political beneficiary so far appears to be Teresa […]

Plastic waste and political hypocrisy

January 15, 2018 admin1 1
Ten years after plastic pollution has reached a global crisis point—brilliantly highlighted recently by David Attenborough’s stunning Blue Planet II series—Theresa May has decided that […]

Labour for Irish Unity

October 21, 2017 admin1 4
At a packed fringe meeting at the recent Labour Party Conference a new campaigning organisation, ‘Labour for Irish Unity’ was launched. The headline speaker was […]

Trouble in Toryland

July 10, 2017 admin1 0
Politics in Britain has become very interesting, observes Sara Peterson. Having lived through Blair, Brown, the Con-Dems, Cameron’s Tory Government, there are some seismic shifts […]