The Conservative government’s failure of Britain’s care homes

As we’re approaching the tail end of the virus outbreak now, the claws are out as a new wave of politicization nears its peak. Amongst the fallout of the recent Dominic Cummings scandal, his excursion trips up to Durham is the perfect cover (at least temporarily) to mask the dismal performance in Britain’s care homes. Continue reading The Conservative government’s failure of Britain’s care homes

Middle class elitism rears its ugly head over the latest immigration bill

With home secretary, Priti Patel and the rest of the Conservative party getting lambasted by the left over their latest House of Commons victory of the resurged immigration bill, it’s prompted the middle class ‘remainiac’ crowd to go on the attack. Continue reading Middle class elitism rears its ugly head over the latest immigration bill

We need to begin reopening the country! – A personal anecdote for a loss of purpose

Jobs are important. They provide purpose, goals and structure. Our modern capitalist society rewards people for thinking of others, as monetary gain doesn’t simply come from thinking about ones self. Not only are they lifelines to provide physical amenities but they help you meet people, forge friendships and develop skills. Even those jobs deemed ‘dead-end’ jobs are enjoyed by many because of companionships that are formed and purpose it brings. Continue reading We need to begin reopening the country! – A personal anecdote for a loss of purpose

The west is riddled with a ‘Blame culture’ that’s causing the rise of ‘Nanny state’ policy

The age old debate of where government responsibility ends and where personal responsibility takes hold is more rife than ever. With the pushing of egalitarian policy, to the demanding of government to fix our media and healthcare. Where is the limit? Continue reading The west is riddled with a ‘Blame culture’ that’s causing the rise of ‘Nanny state’ policy

The Brexit vote – England’s identity crisis (Opinion Piece)

When David Cameron called the referendum in 2016, he did it to shut up the Brexiteers. It was supposed to be a democratic solution that would eliminate scepticism of the desire of the people to leave the EU. David Cameron, and a lot of the remain campaign, didn’t see Brexit coming and in a lot of cases, didn’t anticipate having to act on it. Continue reading The Brexit vote – England’s identity crisis (Opinion Piece)