Ok so here’s the thing. I recently wrote an article that was, by far, the most-read, shared and engaged post that Between the Lines has posted so far. And it’s not hard to see why – things are a teeny … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up : Settled Dust
This has been a truly incredible year for sport. Not only did we have an all-English final for the Champions League, we also saw a truly magnificent Wimbledon final, a brilliant Women’s World Cup and Tiger Woods clinch the Masters. … Continue reading PARLIAMENT PROROGUED : It’s Just Not Cricket
Here we are. Some fifteen years in the making, we are finally living in a Boris Johnson Britain. The politician who undoubtedly won the “Most likely to follow own ego until they become Prime Minister” prize at school is now … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up – 19/07 – 25/07
As I write, it is 1am. It is currently apocalyptic outside. With a torrential downpour acting as the percussion, the night’s sky is a symphony. Regular, pallid illuminations of the garden act as a melody, with the alarmingly frequent forks … Continue reading Long Live The King
Way back in June 2016, our great country was humiliated on the international stage. In a feeble act of cowardice that fatally undermined our status as one of the great European superpowers, we let ourselves down, our ancestors down, and … Continue reading Brexit – What Happens If It Fails?
The reason why today’s article is slightly later than the usual mid-day is that I have been desperately trying to find some kind of positive out of yesterday’s debate. In an unedifying, confused and vitriolic hour, we learned nothing about … Continue reading Tory Mass Debaters, Pt. 2 – Furiously Mass Debating
It’s a strange kind of race where the frontrunner hasn’t even started until two days in, but that is where we find ourselves in the Tory leadership race. Boris Johnson, at long last, launched his campaign with a speech given … Continue reading BoJo’s Salvo
Earlier this morning, Theresa May announced that she will resign as Prime Minister on the 7th of June. And I really don’t know how to feel about it. Her speech has been widely praised for being both magnanimous and defiant … Continue reading The End Of The Road
Is anyone surprised? As I have constantly predicted against a succession of sensationalised media stories, Theresa May refused to step down from power yesterday. Instead, she is going to remain in place until she has finally overseen the outcome of these … Continue reading Four More Months! Four More Months!
The People’s Vote campaign has been simmering away under the bonnet of Brexit since the referendum result was announced, all the way back in 2016. The million-strong march through London in favour of a second referendum demonstrated the amount of … Continue reading RE: Referendum