Whether you love it, hate it or love to hate it, one thing is clear, politicians and elections are not going anywhere, anytime soon, even if political and electoral fatigue looms across global democracies. Being an elected representative who can make a positive difference to a society is one
Dear Prime Minister Mr Modi ji, Welcome to the United Kingdom. The day you were elected with a landslide victory as Prime Minister of the world’s largest democracy and Commonwealth powerhouse showed the world that the notion of “The Indian Dream” is not simply singing songs through fields of colourful tulips as Bollywood cinematography
An entire textbook could be written on the UK political landscape for the years 2016 and 2017 alone, which have perhaps been the most political disruptive years in living memory. However, the importance of the Local Elections on 3rd May 2018 cannot be understated.
Whether it was the tram collision, knife crime or youth violence, speak to anyone from Croydon and they will undoubtedly defend their area to their wits end which often unfairly attracts substantial amounts of negative press. However, one of the greatest success stories to come of Croydon in recent weeks must be the appointment
The British public are becoming somewhat accustomed to those early morning "I remember where I was when I first heard it" moments. We woke up to the UK leaving Europe, Trump entering the White House and the Tories just about hanging on in Westminster. An analysis of the last six weeks demonstrates how political
Whether it has been social care, Brexit, a lack of figures in manifestos or perhaps too many figures for some politicians to handle, it is clear that the 2017 General Election will be remembered for just how divisive it has become. One only has to look at recent social media posts to appreciate