Farage’s Resignation Bodes Ill

Do not cheer for Nigel Farage’s resignation for it bodes ill. Farage proved himself to be a charismatic character with staunch fans and critics. His constant talk of common sense policies for ordinary, decent, people, his nostalgic patriotism, all while having a pint at a local pub made for excellent public relations. Leading a fringe… Continue reading Farage’s Resignation Bodes Ill

Independence and the Breaking of Unions

When, if, the UK leaves the European Union. It will be referred to as an Independence Day by Farage and BoJo, an utterly ridiculous sentiment as it ignores the fact we joined willingly and had influence. The EU was not some foreign ruler even if it was portrayed as one. While BoJo and Farage have… Continue reading Independence and the Breaking of Unions

Corbyn’s Collapsing Cabinet

Over the weekend Corbyn was stuck with what could be a crippling blow. 13 shadow cabinet ministers resigned (at time of writing) in what could be described a Blairite coup sparked by Corbyn’s poor EU referendum campaigning. Though his constituency voted 75% remain showing that maybe there is some scapegoating taking place. However, even if… Continue reading Corbyn’s Collapsing Cabinet