Tagged: Boris Johnson

“Marmitegate” clearly wasn’t enough. (Photo: PA)

Taking the Brexit Cake

The United Kingdom is being pelted with news that only stand to reinforce the idea that Brexit is hurting us, but it seems the government would rather remain oblivious. The United Kingdom has been...

A relic of a previously outward looking country? (Photo: Home Office/PA)

The Slow Death of Cosmopolitanism

The anti-immigration rhetoric at the heart of the vote for Brexit has become symptomatic of a wider isolationist trend in British culture. We live in an ever more globalised world. As any good economics...

Vote Leave’s odd coalition of toxic characters is one reason that Britain will vote to Remain in the EU. (Photo: New Statesman)

Why Britain will Vote to Remain

The campaign to leave the EU has been filled with toxic rhetoric that has put off left-wing voters, argues Sam Glover. What campaign can unite Donald Trump, George Galloway, Iain Duncan Smith and Vladimir...

Boris Johnson should stop being so apoplectic over the government’s pro-EU leaflets. (Photo: Andy Rain/EPA)

Lay Off the Leaflet

The government has just spent £9m on pro-EU leaflets for every household. Ryan Curran has a simple message for the Brexit camp if they want to win: get over it. Naturally, if you begin...

Yes, people hate George Osborne, but that won’t do Labour much good if he’s not leader in 2020. (Photo: The Mirror)

Teflon Tories

Everyone hates the individual members of the cabinet, but somehow the Conservative Party as a whole makes itself immune to criticism, argues Sam Glover. The current cabinet is filled with some of the most...

George Osborne delivered his Budget statement to the House of Commons on Wednesday 16 March (Photo: Flickr/UK Parliament)

George’s Marvellous Medicine

George Osborne’s recent Budget unravelled spectacularly last week. Does this spell the end for his hopes of becoming prime minister? Observing the chaos currently overwhelming the Conservative Party following George Osborne’s Budget, it is perplexing...

This referendum is the last chance for Britain to become a free nation. (Photo: Conservative Home)

Why We Must Leave

The date is now set: 23 June 2016 – the day the British people will decide the future direction of this country. Are we going to once again become an independent, self-governing nation, or...

The Race to Succeed: Who’s who?

Stephen McKenzie, a member of the Conservative Party and former Team2015 co-ordinator, takes a look at some of the possible candidates for the future Conservative leadership contest. Conservative Home has George Osborne as the...

A Capital Conundrum

Next year poses a fundamental question to Londoners: who should govern London? Part of the image of this great city is set by the person holding the role of Mayor of London and on...

Safe Seats: Why single-party domination means burning your ballot can be more satisfying than using it.

The term ‘safe seats’ is one of that confusing collection of political jargon that floats up around every election like excrement in a swimming pool. It refers to a constituency that votes for the...

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