General Election 2017

October 24, 2016

Is next year General Election year?

The Prime Minister lacks the support she needs in the Commons to deliver the will of the British people. She must, therefore, call an early general election, says Peter Bingle.
March 20, 2017

Prepare for a snap election

Peter Bingle asks whether the concatenation of recent issues has helped manufacture the perfect rationale for the Prime Minister to call an early election?
April 19, 2017

50 days to judgement day?

Bill Blain discusses the ‘what if’ scenarios surrounding the general election vote on June 8, including fearful imaginings of what may or may not be, but that must be considered.
April 21, 2017

Tackling Britain’s silent health crisis

Irrespective of who wins on 8 June, Britain’s next Prime Minister will be confronted with one of the foremost public health issues in a generation, says Danny Bowman.
April 28, 2017

Labour’s London fiefdom is under siege

As 8 June draws ever closer, Peter Bingle discusses the shifting tectonic plates of London politics.
May 4, 2017

Britain’s post-election priorities

John Redwood sets out the priorities for Britain’s next government.
May 10, 2017

Brexit manifesto pledges key to election choice

Joseph Hackett explains why it’s important each political party sets out clearly their ambitions for Brexit in their forthcoming manifestos.
May 12, 2017

No such thing as a free lunch

Additional public sector funding is not without its drawbacks, explains John Redwood.
May 22, 2017

Election speculation – what’s next?

Aaron Bass sets out his political predictions for 8 June…
June 6, 2017

Election 2017: where did it all go wrong?

With the country’s 2017 snap election drawing to a conclusion, Peter Bingle offers readers a retrospective analysis on its highs and lows.
June 11, 2017

Labour’s staggering DUP hypocrisy

Andre Walker says Labour’s latest glut of faux outrage, prompted by the Tory-DUP deal, is even more sickeningly hypercritical than usual.
June 13, 2017

General election 2017 and the Brexit conspiracy

David Sedgwick asks whether the general election might have been the brain-child of Tory Europhiles hoping to weaken the government’s Brexit position rather than strengthen it.
June 15, 2017

May’s reshuffle: an appeal for calm

At first sight the PM's limited reshuffle suggests business as usual following last week's general election. Nothing could be further than the truth, argues Peter Bingle.
August 16, 2017

Miliband’s second referendum idea’s bananas

David Miliband’s proposed second referendum would undermine the will of the people, says Benjamin Somervell.
October 19, 2017

Austrian populist surge defies EU optimism

Victory for the Austrian right should be another reminder for the EU that their troubles are far from over, writes James Holland.
November 9, 2017

Only a radical reshuffle can save the Tories now

A reshuffle would inject competence and inspiration into this floundering Government, writes Peter Bingle. 
July 30, 2018

Values, not economics, define Britain’s new politics

The new motivations of voters mean that a soft Brexit will spell doom for the Conservatives in spite of the fear of Corbyn
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