So. Interesting times. While 8 MPs may not seem like much, they may well prove to be the first trickle of hope that made its way through the compacted u-bend of British politics in quite some time. The small group … Continue reading Chuka-n It All In
It is widely accepted that Brexit has decimated the norms of the UK’s political system, whatever the eventual outcome. It has exposed not just the flaws of our system of government, but also the deep divide across the electorate. By … Continue reading Brexit Stage Left – What happens when the curtain falls on Brexit?
And for all of the fun of the last few weeks, we’re now back into some real nitty gritty around Brexit. Joy of joys. The amount of detail about what is going on is almost mind-bending, so I’m going to … Continue reading Amendmental – Today’s Amendments Vote Made Simple
Brexit has been dominating our airwaves for what feels like eternity. Just as it feels as though we’re starting to get to grips with one (usually catastrophic) event, another rears its ugly head to bamboozle us even more. Over the … Continue reading So Now What?
‘MMMMNNNNEEEEEEUUUUUURRRRRGHHGHHH.’ And so, with the wearied, defeated and yet somehow inevitable sigh of the liberals, thus ends around sixty years’ worth of political dialogue. Barring an upset the likes of which British politics hasn’t seen since a certain porcine potentate … Continue reading Rue Britannia.
Let’s face it, the current British political landscape looks less “green and pleasant land” and more “seagull shite-covered landfill site.” I mean, the state of all parties going into tomorrow’s election is actually too depressing to be funny: The Conservatives … Continue reading Teach an Old Etonian New Tricks – A Champagne-Snowflake’s Thoughts on the Election