The people of Ireland will go to the polls on the 8th of February after the Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, dissolved parliament last week…
In weeks of Labour’s worst electoral defeat since 1935 pollsters are already predicting who will succeed Jeremy Corbyn in becoming leader of the opposition in March. However, YouGov have revealed that the front-runner and continuity-Corbyn candidate, Rebecca Long-Bailey, is expected to lose emphatically to the shadow Brexit Secretary, Sir Keir Starmer.
Under the Cameroons HS2 was hailed as a great project to reconnect the UK. However, as days go by it becomes clearer that this vanity project will do very little to benefit the northern people.
Jack Walters concludes his analysis on the State of the Union with a trip to rainy Edinburgh. While in Scotland his dissection of the result exhibits that while the SNP have won this battle, Unionists will win the war.
‘In the wake of four Brexit Party MEPs resigning from the party, the Brexit Party candidate, Reece Wilkes, pulls out of the election race in the tightly contested Labour-Conservative marginal of Lincoln, as concerns about Nigel Farage’s electoral strategy continue to grow.’
Ben Palmer, PAIS student at Warwick University, wants Britons to back the Liberal Democrats, not as the Remainer party, but because he believes that the country wants ‘a strong leader but also are willing to accept compromise.’
Joshua McCarthy,a Plaid Ifanc (Young Plaid) member and activist, studying History and Welsh History at Cardiff University, welcomes you to the fight for a New Wales.
Jack Walters interviewed the youngest Prospective Parliamentary Candidate in Wales, Cameron Edwards, and asked him what the Brexit Party will give the people of Newport West, what he thought of the defecting quartet and the Brexit Party’s chances of changing the political landscape.
The Daily Express are reporting that the Conservative Party Chairman, James Cleverly, will announce that Lance Forman, John Longworth, Lucy Harris and Annunziata Rees-Mogg officially join the Tories in the European Parliament, almost doubling the party’s number of MEPs.
With the polls tightening, Jack Walters dissects the possible influence of tactical voting and turnout on this general election, and Brexit altogether.