The Labour party leadership campaign sees four unique individuals jostling for the leadership position. Things…
The sincerely tragic death of Love Island presenter Caroline Flack, has rocked the UK. The passing of the reality mogul has sparked controversy on the future of the show as well as government intervention on cyber bullying and the legitimacy of the British tabloid press also being called into question.
With the latest wave of capitalism targeted aggression running rife after the DAVOS climate conference, the attitudes towards socialism are swinging and momentum has been gathering for the cause.
As I’m sure we’re all aware, the dispatching of then Quds Force Major General, Qasem Soleimani, has not only pulled Donald Trump’s validity into question but has sparked a fresh debate about international diplomacy.
We’ve just had one of the most historically significant elections, of all time, for many reasons. It’s been the worst election for Labour (in terms of seats scored) since 1935. It’s also been the biggest conservative majority since 1987. With this particular election being dubbed ‘The Brexit Election’ this in itself was a referendum which reflected the overwhelming public desire to quote ‘Get Brexit done’.
The political rhetoric used by the left wing has taken a new approach. Both in the UK and the USA, parties have been making the case for increasing taxes on the rich because ‘monster’ billionaires and ‘crony capitalists’ are responsible for wealth inequality. It is personally an assumption I have never understood.
‘Too big to fail’ is the mantra often used by diehard EU supporters and federalists alike. However, with Anti-EU geopolitical tensions running rampant in the last decade, we are only now beginning to see the serious chinks in the armour of the EU.