Britain’s foreign policy threatens its national security. It’s time to reform it

“Blowback”. A term used to describe the costs and consequences of a government’s actions. A term that perfectly illustrates Britain’s harmful role on the world stage – particularly in the arms industry, and how this in turn endangers the nation. Many observers have depicted Britain’s foreign policy as promoting justice worldwide. Robin Cook, foreign secretary… Read More Britain’s foreign policy threatens its national security. It’s time to reform it

Corbyn’s foreign policy would make both Britain and the world safer: let’s rally behind his vision

Jeremy Corbyn’s opponents never cease to attack his unorthodox foreign policy stance.  This has ranged from recently being called “irresponsible” and a “threat to our national security” by defence secretary Michael Fallon, to former Prime Minister David Cameron pettily labelling Corbyn a ‘terrorist sympathiser’. Let’s not forget the contribution that the pro-Tory media outlets have… Read More Corbyn’s foreign policy would make both Britain and the world safer: let’s rally behind his vision

Is Labour still out of touch with the workers?

  Remember Jeremy Corbyn’s historic victory in the Labour leadership contest? The left – a marginalized unit within the party – were ecstatic. This was their chance to reclaim the party from the clutches of Blairism; and to reconnect with the working class, who had become increasingly alienated from Labour since Blair assumed power. After this… Read More Is Labour still out of touch with the workers?

How much will Cameron’s EU deal matter?

Faced with considerable doubt over his pledge to achieve to reform in Britain’s membership of the EU, Prime Minister David Cameron managed to secure some concessions, agreed by the other 27 EU heads of state on Friday, to dismantle restrictions placed on Britain. Cameron portrayed it as a victory – which gives Britain “special status” within… Read More How much will Cameron’s EU deal matter?

This Week’s PMQs: Cameron Dodges Tough Questions Yet Again

Despite being heralded with jeers from Tory MPs, who resembled a rabble of misbehaving school kids, leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn held his ground, and made an entertaining mockery of David Cameron’s mathematical ability in today’s Prime Minister’s Questions. Corbyn delivered a trademark move of his in the House of Commons, and began putting Cameron under pressure with… Read More This Week’s PMQs: Cameron Dodges Tough Questions Yet Again

The Shadow Chancellor’s Maoist Gag – could it be the final nail in the coffin for the Labour Party?

In last week’s Prime Minister’s Questions – John McDonnell audaciously brandished a copy of Mao Zedong’s Little Red Book Shadow chancellor John McDonnell dropped a political bombshell in the House of Commons What was it over? A book. Not just any book, mind. A book conveying a philosophy that is most certainly taboo in British politics. A… Read More The Shadow Chancellor’s Maoist Gag – could it be the final nail in the coffin for the Labour Party?

The dissent in the Labour Party, as shown by the split over Syria, could dismantle Corbyn’s leadership

How Corbyn’s rule over Labour could potentially come crashing down.   “Corbynmania” is under threat. While Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn defied the odds in September to take charge of the party, and attracted over 60,000 new members to his cause in the process, his initial wave of success might come tumbling down after all. Since the… Read More The dissent in the Labour Party, as shown by the split over Syria, could dismantle Corbyn’s leadership

How Britain’s National Health Service will be privatized – and how they will get away with it

    Recently, there has been an outburst of junior doctors in the NHS threatening to strike. This is rather telling. Whether or not you agree that the strikes are justified, it indicates that dark circumstances are perhaps befalling Britain’s National Health Service; a true national treasure since its foundation in 1945. There is never… Read More How Britain’s National Health Service will be privatized – and how they will get away with it

Why immigration isn’t the source of Britain’s problems

  According to a study by Oxford University’s Migration Observatory, around 75% of Britain believes that immigration is becoming out of control, with 56% wanting large changes to migration. Not only that, various polls show that immigration is the number one concern for British people, preceding over issues like the economy, austerity, education and housing. Immigration is… Read More Why immigration isn’t the source of Britain’s problems

Economic progress over justice – How Britain remains silent and submits to human rights abusers

Britain has recently done a deal with the devil, as far as some are concerned. They have struck a notable deal with China,; allowing them to build a nuclear plant in the South West of England, in partnership with France’s EDF Energy. A nightmare for environmentalists, but a blessing to both the British and Chinese establishments.… Read More Economic progress over justice – How Britain remains silent and submits to human rights abusers