With UKIP taking the grand prize in the European elections, Gregory Pichorowycz asks what the prospects are for the Labour party.
Harry Matthews of the Liberal Democrat Society at the University looks at policy with the hope of furthering the core values of the Liberal Democrat party
“No need to batten down the hatches just yet!” Andrew Tromans suggests not to get too excited about the possibility of a UKIP ‘earthquake.’
Simon Renwick tries to understand the strange hypocrisies of modern electorates.
An interview with Margot James, Conservative MP for Stourbridge in the West Midlands.
In mid-April 2012, surveys released by a number of polling organisations suggested that, were a general election to take place, the UK Independence Party (UKIP) would receive more votes than the Liberal Democrats, and take their place as the third party of British politics.[i] Subsequent
Marc Geddes and Ben Mackay, Editor in Chief and Head of Research respectively, interview the Deputy Prime Minister on 25 November 2011 on a range of issues, including deficit reduction, youth unemployment, Coalition government, and much more.
An article by Liberal Youth, Sheffield.
Joe Austin explores the work of his local MP for Sutton and Cheam, Paul Burstow.
This article is about the suitability of the British constitution for hung parliaments and coalition governments, and the reforms necessary to better accommodate coalition government in future.