Since the Middle Ages, Scotland has possessed a distinct cultural and national identity. Yet, with the 1707 Act of Union, Edinburgh formed a political union with London, and the United […]
A televised debate between the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition prior to the general election in June will be held in York, the BBC announced a few […]
Having lost the General Election in May the Labour Party entered into what was supposed to be a period of introspection. While we licked our wounds, we began to try […]
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 […]
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 […]