Tag Archive: Prime Minister

UKIP holding hustings but is there a need for the Party after Brexit?

The legacy of the General Election saw the Kingdom divided, greater support for the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) than ever before, and the Scottish National Party sweeping seats. Thus, it could be… Continue reading

Hold your bets: polls are wrong again after Boris makes a Brexit from the leadership contest

If the nation was swept by a fear of uncertainty after Britain’s decision to exit the European Union, it is nothing compared to today’s sinking feeling as the face of the ‘Leave’ campaign… Continue reading

A new day dawns as Britain exits the European Union – so what happens next?

On the first sunny day of British summertime a cloud looms over Britain as it breaks its forty-year forge with the European Union. With a 72 per cent turnout on voting day, the… Continue reading

EU Referendum: The Facts

The debate on whether Britain should remain within or leave the European Union has become complicated because political parties are not taking a unified party line and individuals such as Boris Johnson, who… Continue reading

The Queen and Cameron’s fantastically clever candid comments

In a single day, Her Majesty the Queen was caught on camera partaking in two controversial conversations. The first was with Prime Minister David Cameron when he described Nigeria and Afghanistan as ‘fantastically corrupt’… Continue reading

Wednesday’s World News Updates: My Views

Bringing you a rounded update of the news by collating information from various publications and broadcasters, and sharing my opinion on this week’s top stories. 1. Conservative Party Conference. David Cameron announced tax cuts that… Continue reading