All posts tagged Politics

Yet Another Pensioner Becomes Frustrated With Government Votes

Enfeebled as she was, I have no doubt that May very well may have been expecting a majority on an alternative to her Withdrawal Agreement this evening. Once again, expectations […]

The Threat of another General Election is here. May’s lost another vote. Comedy or tragedy, fellas?

It is the 16th of March, 2019. Funny thing – if you take 16 and 3, you get 19. Hilarious stuff, sides splitting, ribs shattered, hideous pain – the lot. Unfunny […]

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, […]

East to East: From Ukraine with Love: Part 1

9th February 2019 So, I’m currently sat in the breakfast hall of the aptly named ‘Ukraine Hotel’ in Kyiv, Ukraine – if you had not guessed. It is my first […]

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. […]

Diversity: The Wave of the Future?

Or is it? I’m not known for my positivity. Par the course of this column focusing on all things Brexit, I figure this outlet hasn’t been the most ebullient way […]

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 […]

An Economic Chasm in Darkest East London.

Tower Hamlets is a microcosm of London. The heart of the East End used to have a distinctive identity. Everyone from Karl Marx, Jack the Ripper, and Picasso walked its […]

A Guide to the 2019 European Elections

Written by Silvana Limni and Vanda Suha European students out there at Queen Mary, Europeanelections are coming up in a few months and are expected to take place between the […]