The Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron MP, will answer students’ questions in a Q&A session at the University of York next week. Coinciding with the Liberal Democrats’ national […]
“Mr. Speaker, I would like to begin my speech by asking the Members of the other side of the House to rein in the wanton socialism that spills out from […]
It was disclosed by The Guardian yesterday that the Labour Party may suspend its cooperation with the government as the latter suggests cutting the funding of opposition parties by 19%. This […]
With seven political parties appearing in some form of televised debate prior to the general election, and the “they’re all the same” criticism as strong as ever, it can be […]
On the 1st of June, Charles Kennedy passed away at the age of fifty-five. The former MP had been a prominent member of the Social Democratic Party and the Liberal […]
In the results that seemed to defy everyone’s expectations, the Conservative Party has managed to gain not only more seats than its main opponent but also enough to construct a […]
Live coverage of the Leaders’ Debates for the General Election (broadcast on ITV, from 8pm – 10pm, 2nd April 2015).
It goes without saying that disagreement and contradiction are fundamental aspects of politics, both of which make it healthy and sometimes enjoyable; but in two areas concerning the forthcoming election, the amount of contradictory statements […]