The now infamous party were previously lurking in the shadows and were an entirely unbeknownst evil to the British public. Their repressive regime was confined to Northern Ireland until recently when Theresa May reached a settlement with Arlene Foster in a pathetic attempt to keep two struggling governments in power. Foster returned to Ireland with … Continue reading What’s That Coming Over the Hill? It’s Most Definitely A Monster
You’ve got to give credit to Trump, he crammed an impressive number of lies and fabrications into a rather concise speech.
Dear parliament, It’s time we acknowledge the issues that have arisen Grown from greed making dishonest men of our politicians Businessmen afflicted by arrogance who stand proud But resort to bestiality to be part of a crowd. Politics is a blame game of who can shout the loudest This job description isn’t for the […]
Familiar with those orange Oompa Loompas from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? Well on November the 8th 2016, one of them became the President of the United States. Despite all the slating and backlash he faced, Donald Trump managed to triumph in the elections this year by winning the majority of the swing states and … Continue reading Trump or Adolf Jr.?
Subsequent to Andrea Leadsom withdrawing from the race, Theresa May has now secured her place as Britain’s new Prime Minister and will officially adopt the role on Wednesday. It seems that people aren’t too concerned and some are even breathing a sigh of relief as Ken Clarke declares her a “bloody difficult women” and the … Continue reading MAY the Odds be Against You
Hoorah, the pound is at its lowest in three decades in comparison to the dollar and UKIP leader Nigel Farage has fled from accepting responsibility for promoting a campaign he didn’t fully realise the consequences. Britain has seen better days. Nigel Farage has resigned as leader of UKIP stating that his “political ambition has been … Continue reading Nigel Farage Quits
Not only did the results of the Brexit referendum witness a colossal decrease in the value of the pound but also the apparent coup of the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. As a Corbynite, I find this a disappointing repercussion but one that was almost expected. Subsequent to Labour’s reform, which created New Labour, Corbyn refused … Continue reading Jeremy Corbyn: Labour’s Best Hope
To say I am thoroughly disappointed and shocked with the outcome of the referendum would be quite the understatement. Cameron’s resignation was no great surprise to me. Although he resolutely maintained that Britain should remain (while failing to make substantial progress during negotiations with the EU or overlooking the issues that influenced Leave supporters), he … Continue reading Brexit: The Results
On the 23rd of June, a vote will be put to the British public with regards to whether the United Kingdom should remain in the EU. This is a controversial, widely debated topic with advocates from either side employing various methods of propaganda to influence voters and potentially steer the results in their favour. The … Continue reading Brexit: Britain’s Colossal Mistake