All posts tagged parliament

Brexit Tyranny (also an election?)

A few things have been happening in parliament recently and unfortunately, much of it is to do with Brexit. Before you all sigh and move on without paying attention, I’m […]

Fifty Days to Fantasyland

Less than 50 days to Brexit and here we are – who’d a think it? My perpetual moodiness with all things EU is being tempered while I write this, thanks […]

40 Seconds of Silence

“They say my system is overloaded” – Ariana Grande Mark my words – 2019 will be a year marked by unfettered, unending division. Politically. Publicly. Whatever such schisms develop into […]

Personal Platform: ‘Caged Woman No More.’

My cage gapes wide open at the door Never have I ventured outside my confinement before What strange sentiments churn at my core My heart palpitates for more- Than the […]

The Importance of Lord Hain’s Actions For The #MeToo Movement.

I would like to begin this article by stating that the following contents in no way reflect my political standing, but simply state my views of the importance of Lord […]

Women’s March London: TIME’S UP

Today marked an important moment for contemporary feminism. Thousands of people braved the rain and snow to support the Time’s Up Rally, organized by Women’s March London, to protest gender […]

Is the Government Responsible for our Individual Happiness? [1/2]

In the wake of recent national and international turmoil, and most recently the Grenfell tower block fire in London, the masses are looking towards the government more than ever for […]

ELECTION ANALYSIS

Well then. This election has been utterly surreal, and though there are obvious winners (YouGov, Corbyn) and losers (May) – almost everyone has been proven wrong. My last column, I […]

Busting Election Myths Part Two: Commiserations and Celebrations

By the time you’ve read this, this column will already have aged. The election is over, and we (probably) now have a Government. The last column I wrote was about […]