A short piece of analysis of the judgement in R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, and why I believe the Supreme Court will reject the appeal.
So, I have been meaning for some time now to write a piece outlining my views on the current situation of the Labour party. I wrote one in January. I’ve been meaning to write one again but so much has happened lately its been very difficult. Basically my intent here is simply to outline my… Continue reading Long Read: The Corbyn Conundrum, my doubts and why I am not a “red tory” or a “trot”
It has become something of a cliché to say you can’t believe everything (or, indeed, anything) that you read in the papers. Increasingly the same is true of Twitter, unfiltered as it is and accessible to anyone with a digit to type with and an axe to grind. All clichés contain some degree of truth,… Continue reading May you live in interesting times…
Opinion piece by Rhyley Douglas: Political and Social psychologist I’m not really sure what those whom voted to leave are now expecting to happen or how quick they think it will happen. Are they expecting clouds to part and the sun to shine constantly, for people to have street parties full of Union Jack flags?… Continue reading We haven’t voted to leave the EU: We’ve voted for oppression
Analysis of the Budget 2016.
How the Conservative party is distorting democracy to rig the system.