There is little doubt that Gordon Brown was eager to take on the role of prime minister from Blair, in fact, this was highly publicised in British media at the time. When Blair finally relinquished his role as PM, he must have seemed honourable to Brown, to give up such a role. With hindsight, it … More Brown: Right man, Wrong time
Tony Blair is potentially the contentious politician in contemporary British politics. Those uninterested or disillusioned in politics can still say they know Tony Blair for his involvement in the Iraq war. It may come as a surprise then, to hear that this post is not about the intricacies of British military action during his terms … More Is it right for the military decisions that Blair took overshadow his success as the ‘popular candidate’?
Post by S. Shah Yes, that’s right. This was ‘The Brexit Case’. The case which, especially if you were like me, you probably initially heard about while watching BBC Breakfast chomping your cereal and not giving more than two hoots about the whole matter. Turns out, this was the case that was pivotal to the … More R. (on the application of Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
If any single person can be described as the modern-day marmite of British politics, Margaret Thatcher would fit the bill reasonably well. A leader as divisive as they come, but love it or hate it, let it never be said that she did not change the landscape of British politics. This blog post aims to … More Maggie T- yay or nay?
“Utter nonsense” is how Corbyn branded labours post BREXIT woes, the furore over allegations he is to leave his post, and the much unforgotten issues of competency and labour leadership elections. This petty rumour of Corbyn’s resignation from the party no doubt comes out of his decision to issue a three-line whip on his MP’s … More Corbyn is needed in UK Politics and here is exactly why