Treason!

It says so much about the current parlous state of political discourse that the response to Jeremy Corbyn pointing out that British policies at home and abroad have contributed to the current terrorist threat wasn’t reasoned debate by wild accusations of treason, which have only served to make him seem more credible, given that a … Continue reading

Jeremy Corbyn: First Impressions

The following piece deals entirely with impressions, rather than substance, and is aimed primarily at those unfamiliar with perception in day-to-day British politics. Despite having been in politics for a long time, for the majority of the British electorate their first impressions of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Opposition were their first impressions of … Continue reading