Smooth Welfare Reform: Tackling Issues with Universal Credit Together│ Stephen Kerr MP

It seems to be the case that our welfare system has strayed away from its sole purpose, which is, and must always remain, ensuring the welfare of its recipients.  This statement is as obvious as they come, but its meaning may be distorted if one fails to define welfare.  Welfare, we should all agree, can […]

The Lords need reform, but not elections | Jamie Hollywood

The House of Lords serves as the upper chamber in the British bicameral parliament, its role to act as a check and balance to the power of the House of Commons. Recently, we have seen more calls than ever to see a proportion of the House of Lords become an elected body, last attempted via […]