GE2017: An endorsement of mediocrity

He endeavours down a wing, looks up, see’s the people around it, puts a cross into the box… and probably scores an own goal, because lets face it… it’s politics. Continue reading GE2017: An endorsement of mediocrity

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Manifesto Watch: Conservatives – Part 1

Introduction In preparation for the election, it is my intention to analyse the economic consequences of the three major British parties (well the two major British parties and the Lib Dems) main policies. I obviously won’t have time to read through all of the manifestos and will only be looking at key points. I am also aiming to do this without party bias. I will … Continue reading Manifesto Watch: Conservatives – Part 1

Manifesto Watch: Labour – Part 1

Introduction In preparation for the election, it is my intention to analyse the economic consequences of the three major British parties (well the two major British parties and the Lib Dems) main policies. I obviously won’t have time to read through all of the manifestos and will only be looking at key points. I am also aiming to do this without party bias. I will … Continue reading Manifesto Watch: Labour – Part 1

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I haven’t written a post about this for a couple of reasons. I’ve had a big essay to write I’ve basically written about it before. If you want a pretty sweet piece about Brexit, then read this The EU & I: After Brexit Over the next couple of days, if I can think of an idea for a post and have time I might write one … Continue reading Article 50