Leave Theresa alone! | Joseph Prebble

Say what you will about Theresa May, but she is not likely to be getting much sleep lately. As if the usual business of a Brexit marathon, a raft of domestic policy, a press slathering over every misplaced word, and everlasting bickering in her Parliamentary party were not enough, she endures a horrible conference. Between […]

The government must renew confidence in its leadership | Joseph Prebble

With lead EU negotiatior Michel Barnier promising to get to ‘the heart of the matter’ in overseeing the UK’s departure from the EU, there has rarely been so urgently a need for a national leader who has both a passionate rigour on the issue and broad support from the country. Only a few months ago […]

Tim Farron is a perfectly tolerant Christian | Joseph Prebble

When Theresa May announced that she was, with the appropriate consent of Parliament, to call a general election on June the 8th, the political world scrambled to prepare itself for the now seemingly annual democratic marathon. Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron might well have been the happiest to hear of the election, with a lot […]

A Scottish referendum is unwarranted | Joseph Prebble

Not three quarters of a year have passed since last year’s politically shattering referendum on the European Union and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is demanding a second referendum in four years on Scottish membership of the United Kingdom. Now Sturgeon is the leader of the Scottish National Party, so this announcement should be treated […]