Tag Archives: Conservatives

Intentions for Iran

Intentions for Iran

Boris Johnson is presently in the process of negotiating with his US counterparts in Washington, in his, and ultimately the UK’s,    ... more

A role revival

A role revival

Upon Amber Rudd’s decision to resign as Home Secretary, it seemed a prominent goal for the Conservative Party might have been    ... more

A practical philosophy

A practical philosophy

With the NHS seeming to consistently showcase their credentials throughout a number of events recently, they may have highlighted the reasoning    ... more

A resolution resolution

A residential resolution

With affordable housing among the key manifesto points for electoral candidates in a multitude of locations, it seems achieving this goal    ... more

Pursuing the precedent

Upon Theresa May’s decision to hold an election, it seemed the two major British parties may have been the ones superiorly impacted. Their status, and    ... more

With Brexit talks ongoing

With Brexit talks ongoing, it seems the negotiations, and the aftermath which occurs, may continuously be at the forefront of focus    ... more

Ensuring equilibrium

Theresa May’s decision to hold a General Election may have originally occurred with the intention to cement her position as leader,    ... more

A cogent connection

With Labour having made vast gains in the general election, it seemed the Conservative Party, whilst having reattained their position as foremost    ... more

A polling precedent

Nepal’s first general election since concluding the debate surrounding the monarchy recently occurred, and naturally the overall result may offer a more    ... more

Quality in quantity

With the Conservative Government continuously altering their manifesto in their quest to increasingly adhere to public desire, it may have been    ... more

Symbols of solidarity

After Iran’s decision to provide a resolution to the situation surrounding Nazanin Zaghari-Radcliffe via retaining her in the judicial system, the    ... more

An array of acceptance

When Twitter originally came to fruition in 2006, it seemed to signal the beginning of a surge in social media, and    ... more

Pioneering policies

With Britain presently in talks with the EU surrounding their impending exit from the union, it may be increasingly important to    ... more

Giving the Green light

In the aftermath of the General Election, it seemed the majority of the focus may have been on the Labour party,    ... more

Educational enhancements

With the number of students pursuing higher education ultimately superior in previous years, it seemed a key factor impacting this may have    ... more

Instrumental insights

After the events at Manchester and Westminster, it seemed the majority of the focus, whilst naturally on those involved, also praised the    ... more

Prioritising prosperity

Upon the Conservatives’ victory in the recent general election, it seemed Prime Minister Theresa May had been successful in securing a mandate    ... more

Fresh faces for the future

When Theresa May announced her plan to hold a snap election, a key factor for all parties may have been how they    ... more

Instigating individualism

With Sadiq Khan having completed his first year as London Mayor, now may be a prime opportunity to have an overarching    ... more

An electoral evaluation

Recently, Theresa May announced her plans to initiate a General Election, enabling the British public to either elect her as Prime Minister    ... more

Motivated by modification

After the Conservative’s victory in the general election in 2015, then leader of opposition, Ed Miliband, opted to allow another politician to    ... more

Glancing at the future

Thursday May 7th is to see the General Election in the United Kingdom and may see a new government elected. Looking    ... more

The race for election

The people of the United Kingdom are to vote for a new government on May 7th in what may be one    ... more

Focusing on the debates

Broadcasters have confirmed that there is an agreement over TV election debates for the United Kingdom’s general election. The Prime Minister,    ... more

Announcement may embody shift in UK politics

Alex Salmond, the former leader of the SNP and First Minister of Scotland, has announced his intention to stand for a    ... more

A race to the NHS funding line

George Osborne, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, has announced an extra £2bn in NHS funding for frontline services in the Autumn    ... more

UK data plan to be outlined

A law which may require firms to provide details about the identity of computer and mobile phone users at any time    ... more