This election could prove to be a political miscalculation if the PM does not get her campaign in order, and quick! Continue reading On the frailties of Theresa May’s election campaign
The President’s ‘eyes wide shut’ approach will have far reaching consequences, dashing hopes of drawing the USA into a more internationalist stance Continue reading Trump’s action in Syria resembles a bull in a china shop
The dilemma of the EU: should it treat the UK with leniency, or severity? Continue reading Article 50 from the European Union’s perspective
Why Fake News may in fact be old news… Continue reading A Brief History of Fake News
Why has Nineteen Eighty-Four reached Number 6 in Amazon’s best selling books? And is the Trump administration attacking freedom of information? Continue reading ‘Alternative Facts’: Was Orwell more prescient than we thought?
Trump’s Executive Order undermining the global fight against climate change Continue reading Obama’s climate policies set to be reversed by Trump adminstration
Almost 60 years on and it is even more important than ever to listen to Anthony Burgess Continue reading The Clockwork danger: A utopian ideal in retreat?
As the capital licks its wounds from the tragedy of a terrorist attack, we ask should we be scared of terrorism, and what place does it hold in our world in 2017 Continue reading Westminster attacks: Reason to be fearful?
https://www.spectator.co.uk/2017/03/how-lenin-manipulated-the-russian-revolution-to-his-own-ends/ How Marxist was the Russian Revolution? Rolland Elliot Brown gives us the side of the story that most of us haven’t heard before… A very interesting read. Continue reading October 1917: The people’s revolution, or Lenin’s?
Just how did Donald Trump defy the odds to become the world’s most important politician? Continue reading What the Trump?