Exactly two years ago, I don't think anyone would have envisaged the political climate as it stands today. David Cameron and Ed Miliband were preparing to fight an important General Election in May 2015, which was billed as the most unpredictable of recent times, and a potential for days of negotiations to form a coalition. … Continue reading Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn: Britain’s Unlikely Leaders
For the last two days, David Cameron has been working hard to negotiate on behalf of the UK to gain a better deal to remain within the European Union. This has been touted as the crucial summit to reach a deal for Downing Street, if they are to meet their preferred referendum date of 23rd … Continue reading No deal yet for David Cameron at EU Summit
That is the question on everyone's minds this week. The developments in the negotiations for a UK deal with the EU has dominated the political headlines over the past 7 days, leaving little else in the spotlight. 2nd February The main story of the day was of course the unveiling of the UK's draft deal … Continue reading To Brexit or not to Brexit?
The most recent YouGov/The Times poll published on 4th February has a sudden increase in support for the LEAVE campaign following a disappointing response to the draft deal offered by the European Union. The full results of the poll are as follows (with the upscaled result if don't know and would not vote are excluded … Continue reading LEAVE leads at 45% following ‘disappointing’ developments
As most people will be aware by now, the Conservatives pledged to carry out a referendum on EU membership by the end of 2017 in their Election Manifesto. After the General Election victory, the policy was outlined in the Queen's Speech and since then David Cameron and his key aids have been attempting to renegotiate the … Continue reading EU Referendum: The developments so far