Conservatives, Labour and who?

Traditionally, Britain has operated under a two-party system whereby two fairly equally matched parties compete for power at elections leaving others with little realistic chance of breaking their duopoly. Since 1924, the two major parties in the UK have been the Conservatives and Labour. Whilst the UK has never witnessed a single-party system as seen... Continue Reading →

Are We Heading in the Left Direction?

One-thousand-one-hundred-and-ninety-one years ago in 827AD, the first monarch was established to rule over all of Anglo-Saxon England. King Egbert’s appointment began an era of politically right leaders which would last for centuries to come. British nobility embodied everything that characterises extreme Conservatism, as Roger Eatwell argues, the ideology of the right contains four traits: anti-democracy,... Continue Reading →

Control (kənˈsɛnsəs)

Hyper partisanship is on the rise. However, in recent years there has been a public push for political consensus. This notion of unanimous decisions suggests a strong and broad agreement between the Tories and Labour on all major issues. With Britain experiencing an era of great division, many argue consensus is our only saviour.  ... Continue Reading →

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