Manchester was teeming with young Thatcherites and Brexiteers. The Red Wall is truly broken. Continue reading Is the Conservative conference in Manchester an emblem of levelling up?
Canada is often perceived as a utopian nation – especially compared to its southern neighbour. But the nation still has issues that persist from its colonial past and epic failures in its decolonisation process. Continue reading Justice remains elusive for Indigenous Canadians
Blair and Brown: A New Labour Revolution, which documents the story of Labour’s time under the two leaders, has aired on the BBC. Continue reading How Gordon Brown ended New Labour
Italy’s Green Pass could be an infringement of civil rights as the pandemic begins to wane away. Continue reading Green Pass opposition mounts in Italy as Covid-19 wanes
It seems the migrant crisis has an oft overlooked solution: let them in, give them jobs and collect taxes. Continue reading We should be competing to attract asylum seekers, not chase them away
Will America turn back to its historic isolation era? Continue reading America First: Can Biden learn from Washington’s 20th century isolationism?
Political pundits have dubbed Boris Johnson’s New Health and Social Care Tax as an example of ‘Blue Labour’. Continue reading Blue Labour? The Tories have never been against increasing the size of the state when necessary
The Conservative Party will show its disdain towards disabled people in Britain when the end of a £20-a-week benefit uplift comes into force next month. Continue reading Universal Credit uplift end shows true Tory treatment of Britain’s disabled
The confrontation between Iran and Israel is not a new subject. Since the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, there has been a non-surreptitious conflict between Iran and Israel. Continue reading Israel is opening a new front against Iran in the open seas
With 130,000 deaths in the UK alone from Covid, the response to the pandemic has undeniably been disastrous. Continue reading Western establishments have never responded successfully to a crisis, and they aren’t prepared for the ones to come