When asked if Suella Braverman would remain on as Home Secretary, Defence Secretary quoted Harold Wilson remarking that “a week is a long time in politics” – and he was right on the mark. Just a day later, the political … Continue reading David Cameron Returns; What The Cabinet Reshuffle Means
Modern UK history, defined in this piece as 1900-present day, has been filled with shocking unseatings and dumbfounding defeats. The following piece will look at the most high-profile cases of MPs losing their seats. *This list does not include MPs … Continue reading The Biggest MP To Lose Their Seat In Every Election
A referendum is a form of direct democracy in which the electorate vote on a political matter deferred to them, given a binary ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ (or similar) option. In order to forensically analyse if UK referendums are a positive … Continue reading Kaye’s Political Debates: UK Referendums – A Constructive Bastion of Democracy?