PR Disaster

With the election over, Britain has effectively chosen the party that wants to move the deckchairs around as the Titanic sinks rather than the party that wanted to drill additional holes in the hull of the sinking ship. The end disaster will be the same, but the nation will stay afloat a little longer this … Continue reading

The Scottish Problem

With the SNP looking set to win most of Scotland’s seats and vowing to ally with the Labour Party whether it wants them to or not, the fundamental flaw in the UK constitution is revealed: that a regionally-restricted minority will be able to dictate to the majority, whilst remaining immune to the legislation it will … Continue reading

Representing England

The Scottish independence referendum debacle highlighted the long-running canker at the heart of British politics – the fact that England, despite vastly exceeding the other British nations in population, is relegated to a junior role in which it (rightly) has no say in issues that only affect Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, but the MPs … Continue reading