We are currently going through one of the most tumultuous times in British politics for decades, and whilst it doesn’t seem like it, the pieces are moving for a sea-change in the way the British people govern themselves.
Martin Schulz has proposed the conversion of the Commission in a ‘real European government’. An analysis and discussion of this proposal and its meaning for Europe.
The Chilcot Report highlights the series of similarities between the disaster in 1956 during the Suez Crisis, again during the Iraq War 2003, and finally the EU referendum, 2016.
Jeremy Corbyn has been attacked from all sides since he became Labour Party leader, most recently in a palace coup by his own MPs. I discuss the facts about this man, and the politics and movement he represents.
Britain has had a week of having to live with its decision to leave the European Union, and many debates have been flung open, with few settled. I cover the most important developments, with my own analysis of Britain’s plight following.