All posts tagged MPs

A Time for Action or an Action for Time?

This Friday will mark exactly 4 weeks until Britain’s intended departure date from the EU. Are we ready? Well, short answer – yes, with an if; long answer is no, […]

Labour’s hopes were always unstable. Are they now untenable?

The major political parties in this country have a real talent for impeccably abhorrent timing. Here I was, fixing to sit down and begin enjoying a week off from university. […]

Taking Our Country Back

The bright, otherworldly hours of the morning after a sensational night for British democracy have been met, necessarily, by a sober tempering of jubilation; though critically wounded, the Conservatives look […]

Posters in Parliament 2017

Part of the British Conference of Undergraduate Research. Hosted by University College London. On Tuesday 14th March Queen Mary’s University took two students, of which I had the privilege of […]

This House at the Garrick Theatre: Review

James Graham’s semi-nostalgic dramatisation of an already dramatic era in British political history makes its West End debut, whipping up a plot bursting with swift and hearty cynicism that cuts […]