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The case for a strong selfless parliamentary system.

After the Supreme Court’s ruling that Boris Johnson’s decision to advise the Queen to prorogue Parliament was unlawful, now is the chance for MPs to show what a strong, selfless Parliamentary Democracy can do and restore the people’s trust in politics. After Trump’s election, the Brexit chaos, the ‘gilets jaunes’ protests, the rise of populism and fake news, Theresa May and Boris Johnson Prime Minister... a strong, selfless Parliamentary System could restore the people’s trust in politics . Fo

Brexit is a religion.

Brexit is a religion. Full stop. But is there a way to stop this religious fanatism? Brexiters ‘believe’ in Brexit. An ideology of division, isolationism and chaos carried by careless, self-interested and self-proclaimed prophets . People who do not believe in Brexit are mockingly labelled ‘Remoaners’, be they politicians, journalists, artists, business people or simple commoners, it does not matter. Brexiters make no distinction of status or class when they label people. In some cases, they e

Trump in New Mexico — “I am more elite than the elite.”

At a rally in New Mexico, President Trump made a strange confession to his voters in the audience that they simply did not understand. • President Donald Trump was giving a re-election campaign speech at a rally in New Mexico yesterday night. • Trump hopes he can turn the state red in 2020 — a state he lost to Hillary Clinton by eight points in 2016. During the 2016 Presidential election, the then-Republican candidate promised his supporters that he would drain the swamp in Washington DC. Last

The case for a strong selfless parliamentary system.

At a time when Boris Johnson decides to prorogue Parliament in order for HIM to take back control of the Brexit process, now is the chance for MPs to show what a strong, selfless Parliamentary Democracy can do and restore the people’s trust in politics. After Trump’s election, the Brexit chaos, the ‘gilets jaunes’ protests, the rise of populism and fake news, Theresa May and now Boris Johnson Prime Minister... a strong, selfless Parliamentary System could restore the people’s trust in politics

Fact-checking turncoat Jacob’s farcical Brexit positions over time.

“No deal is better than a bad deal,” they used to say. Now, Brexiters are scared to lose THEIR Brexit altogether. One of them, the Leader of the House, has a long history of conflicting declarations on Brexit... Fact-checking Jacob Rees-Mogg. In a Guardian article published last April, the paper’s Brussels bureau chief, Daniel Boffey, explained how Theresa May – in one of her last meetings with her fellow European Leaders – asked the EU27 “to ignore the threats of Conservative MPs such as Jacob

They change their minds... so you don’t have to — Prorogation of Parliament Special.

If MPs and Ministers out there can sometimes change their minds... why can’t you? Check out the sheer hypocrisy of these politicians. Below are just a few examples of British politicians who have been changing positions over Prorogation of Parliament in the past few weeks, yet they believe voters cannot have the same right for, according to them, the decision taken in 2016 is sacrosanct and nobody has changed their minds since . The sheer hypocrisy of these politicians... Note: The list below

Brexit, Windrush, Power... — Divide and rule Britannia.

The current narrative is “We live in a very divided Britain.” The truth is: it is all part of a strategy where media, politicians and social media combined their efforts to create a smoke-screen to cover their hidden agenda on Brexit, Windrush, immigration, money and power... There is a common principle in politics called “divide et impera” (Latin for ‘divide and rule’). The principle was penned by Italian satirist and political writer Traiano Boccalini in the 16th century. In an essay “La bil

No-Deal Brexit? Good luck with that new house!

If you think Boris Johnson cannot be trusted with your house, what makes you think you can trust him with this country? Some people say one should not judge politicians on their character but their actions as elected officials. I don’t agree with that assertion. I am not here talking about the politicians’ private lives – that would deserve yet another piece to argue about that too... No, I am talking about their principles. What they stand for. What their politics is about. What they have in

How the People’s Vote amateurism is losing Remain all over again.

The new march will now take place in London on 19 October – just 12 days before Boris Johnson plans to take the UK out of the EU without a deal. The previous date was planned for 12 October. But the amateur team at the People’s Vote explained that they have just “discovered this would have clashed with an annual fundraising event in Hyde Park to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.” The GOSH event is a beautiful charity event that takes place every year on the second Saturday of Octobe
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