Tag Archive: UK

There is no place like home

‘This is our town, this is our place’. ‘There’s one paki here’. You would think those lines were linked wouldn’t you? The sentiment is, for sure. But the first line is taken from… Continue reading

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

It’s Not a Numbers Game: Wake-up, This Is Real

One image gripped a nation, touched consciences, and turned the tide of emotion surrounding the ‘migrant crisis’ overnight. The shocking image of a three-year-old boy’s body washed up on the shores of a… Continue reading