Gordon Henderson MP: Young people are intelligent, we should not patronise them

It’s a cold Thursday morning when Gordon Henderson’s office rings me. Having been MP for Sittingbourne and Sheppey in Kent since 2010, and being the second Brexit-supporting MP I had spoken to in less than a week, I was keen to get to know Henderson’s opinion on the recent developments in the negotiations. So far, […]

David Davies MP: We can’t start pissing around with leadership campaigns, we haven’t got that luxury

David Davies, MP for Monmouth in South Wales, has faithfully served his constituency for twelve years, having previously held the Welsh Assembly seat of the same name. Davies, currently the chair for the Welsh Affairs Select Committee, has been described as being on the right of the Conservative Party, a label he personally does not […]

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 […]

Theresa May’s speech will give us a Crème Brûlée Brexit │Joe Porter

As a hardcore Brexiteer, I am pleased that the Prime Minister has delivered a positive, confident, ambitious, and dynamic vision for an optimistic future. She had a difficult task, but stuck a cordial and conciliatory tone that was a perfect blend of pro-Europeanism, a commitment to fully delivering Brexit and practical compromise to satisfy both […]

In Defence of Uber│Jake Scott

Today, Transport for London (TfL), the local government body for public transport links in the capital, has decided to not renew the private business license for Uber, the app-based taxi business. Uber, since taking the UK taxi market by storm in the last three years, has been accused of a “lack of corporate responsibility” and […]

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 […]

UKIP: Decline and Fall | Chris Murray

Under the transformative leadership of chief Brexiteer, Nigel Farage, the UK Independence Party not only played a pivotal role in achieving its primary goal of engineering a political climate which allowed the people of the UK the opportunity to make the courageous decision that they eventually did to escape the clutches of the undemocratic Brussels-based […]

In Defence of the Vanishing Centrism | Joe Broughton

It is an incontrovertible truth that here in Britain and beyond, we are seeing nothing short of an ideological war taking place in the political arena. In the UK, for example, we see on display radical populism on both left and right, with the centre-ground or Third Way, that so successfully won elections back in […]

No Time For Complacency | Sarah Stook

It’s time. Just a little under a year after Britain flocked to the polls to vote in a once in a generation referendum (take note, Ms. Sturgeon), they will be returning again for another general election. It came, to put it lightly, as a bit of a surprise. Even as Theresa May stepped up outside […]

Today Marks the Dawn of a New Britain | Matthew Cowley

Today, after many (literal) trials and tribulations, the Prime Minister fired the starting gun on Brexit. In the next two years, we will get more of a glimpse into what Brexit will look like, but here is a quick take on what Brexit should actually mean for Britain. The first (chronologically) and easiest thing for […]