The reaction to Sarah Champion’s statement shows we are still more willing to sacrifice girls than to undergo a little discomfort in stopping predators.
Browsing: Jeremy Corbyn
Donald Trump’s equal condemnation of violence on ‘both sides’ following the protests in Charlottesville highlight the inadequacy of such denunciation. Similar considerations apply to Jeremy Corbyn,…
Labour has formed a coalition of chaos among its own membership and voters. Corbynism is squatting on a time bomb of visions of Britain’s future.
How much does the narrative of a new, middle class Labour Party hold up? One must assess the claims often put forward by commentators.
Cobyn may not be a terrorist sympathiser, but he remains entirely unequipped to stand up for a Western liberal world order
If Brexit requires strong and stable Governance, then the Conservatives must justify why Boris Johnson should play a part in shaping it.
I’m sure you won’t have failed to notice that the UK has a snap general election coming up on June 8th. You’re also probably aware that…
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has promised to “overturn the rigged system” by placing power and wealth back in the hands of “the people”.
If the Labour party doesn’t manage to tread a strong, alternative unionist path to the Conservatives then it faces becoming an irrelevancy on the Scottish Question as it is in danger of doing so on the Brexit Question.