The complacency of the Government towards Cummings proves that there is a distinct divide between ordinary people and the ruling elite.

Yesterday, after being 31 minutes late, Mr Dominic Cummings addressed the prominent claim that he had broken lockdown rules to travel the county to stay in Durham after his wife contracted symptoms of Covid-19. From the events leading up to this shambolic conference, it is evident that with uncertainty in the air, the clear defendingContinue reading “The complacency of the Government towards Cummings proves that there is a distinct divide between ordinary people and the ruling elite.”

Brexit was never a right-wing ideal. My experience of being a brexiteer in the Labour Party, and how populism could be a way to win back the people.

The moment I discovered I had my own opinion of Brexit I was in my A level history class and the teacher put on the Oxford Union debate on the 1975 EEC referendum. From then on, it left a spark that I was on the side of the leave campaign. Growing up in Dartford, whichContinue reading “Brexit was never a right-wing ideal. My experience of being a brexiteer in the Labour Party, and how populism could be a way to win back the people.”

Johnson’s lockdown ease will open up work for the blue collar industry. But how have the actions of the UK government put the working class at more of a risk than others?

The recent message from the Prime Minister has left deep uncertainty with the general public; however, it has been evident that the economy has been prioritized over the health of the overall population. Now with the economy on hold due to lockdown, the government are pushing to reopen markets as soon as possible. The recentContinue reading “Johnson’s lockdown ease will open up work for the blue collar industry. But how have the actions of the UK government put the working class at more of a risk than others?”