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The Prospect of Another Snap Election

The Prospect of Another Snap Election

Over the weekend much of the press, that I saw anyway, was to do with either the Royal Wedding, or the FA Cup final. That said, one other thing that did get my attention was a Sunday Times headline about the prospect of another snap election being called this autumn. If this did take place, it would be the at least the fifth time many people had call to go to the polling station since 2015, potentially more if local…

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Where to Next for the Green Party?

Where to Next for the Green Party?

For the sake of clarity I write this post as a member of the Green Party and someone who voted Green in GE2017. It’s been a difficult month since the General Election for the Green Party. In fact, it’s not a General Election that will be remembered too fondly by many voters, but particularly those of a left leaning persuasion. As the saying goes, hindsight is 20/20 (or there abouts) but the Green Party will want to do a lot…

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Is Labour Fit for Purpose?

Is Labour Fit for Purpose?

I have often distanced myself from commenting too much about Labour, particularly on subjects such as the leadership vote in 2015 that resulted in Jeremy Corbyn being elected Leader of the Labour Party. But, as much of the political landscape of Britain seems to be up in the air at the moment, I think now would be a good time to consider what is happening at the Labour camp. In September 2015, Jeremy Corbyn was elected as the new Leader…

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