Tag Archive: UKIP

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

Broken Britain: the General Election Legacy

  In what has been one of the biggest and longest election campaigns, David Cameron and the Conservative Party will rule the nation for another five years. But what do the results reveal… Continue reading

What are you eating?

Have you ever seen a flock of birds fight over one piece of bread even though there are many other pieces scattered around the garden? Maybe that one piece of bread is under… Continue reading

Public breastfeeding is a pivotal part of the revolution of women

Why, when Kim Kardashian went viral with nude pictures, are people uncomfortable with breastfeeding? This week, Claridges sparked controversy by telling Louise Burns, 35, to breastfeed under a cloth. On this topic, UKIP… 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. Labour Party annual conference. On Tuesday 23rd, Ed Miliband discussed… Continue reading

The Real Reasons for UKIP’s Rise

Culminating aggression, racism, sexism and Islamaphobia begs the question: why has the UK Independence Party’s popularity increased? Immigration and welfare are the two major issues concerning the nation. After the triple recession, the… Continue reading