• A Review Of Biden’s Presidency So Far

    Whilst Biden's work within his Presidency so far has been inspiring, it has left many American’s massively disappointed.Biden will have to step up his work in order to retain the support of Democrats nationwide, as well as to earn the respect of those who ‘settled for Biden’....
  • Nadia Whittome: The UK’s Youngest MP

    “If you don’t let us dream, we won’t let you sleep,” Nadia told parliament in her maiden speech in the House of Commons on the 21st of January. Aged just 23, Nadia is currently the youngest member of parliament but is already looking like a force to be reckoned...
  • Enough is Enough

    The British political landscape, a once august and respected vista now resembles a drunken punch up at a wedding no one wanted to attend. A brawl being watched by 65 million people who frankly have no idea what is going on nor how the whole thing started and no...
  • Tyler Gerrard: “It is impossible to see a Labour victory in 2020”

    The past year has been disastrous for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Characterized by disputes and disunity, the role of Labour leader has been tougher than Corbyn could have ever imagined. In late June the Labour leader emphatically lost a vote of confidence with a 172-40 vote, triggering this leadership...
  • Out With The Old, In With The… Old?

    Football’s international governing body, FIFA, recently announced the list of candidates who have been accepted to challenge for the FIFA presidency and the right to step in to the corrupt and broken shoes of outgoing President Sepp Blatter. Seven men applied, with five having been provisionally approved. They may...
  • Donald Trump: Love Him or Loathe Him?

    In the run up to this year’s Republican Presidential candidate election, Donald Trump has hogged the media limelight with his weekly liners – all of them consistently politically incorrect and often archaically brutish. He is best described as a professional controversialist, intending to hike up his own publicity, especially since...
  • Debates, dubious polls and rampant negativity: what can we expect from the general election campaign?

    ‘Am I tough enough? Hell yes I am’ were the words of one confident Miliband last Thursday. Facing the charming but venomous Jeremy Paxman, Ed Miliband was stronger than his rival David Cameron, arguing chiefly of the importance in his polices of improving the living standards of ordinary workers....