British Politics

How representative of the people is Parliament since the death of Charles I?

Two weeks ago, we experienced history at its highest. Questions, such as, ‘How representative of the people is Parliament? or ‘What have we, or rather, Parliament learnt from History?’ have to be considered when one looks at the events in 1649.  30th of January was a significant event in British History. King Charles I was more »

Cameron-Clegg Pact 2010

When Nick Clegg accepted David Cameron’s offer of a Tory-Lib Dem coalition, the UK stood in complete shock. Logic and reasoning alone justifies how inconceivable such an idea can be. To a critical thinker, May 11th 2010 may as well be named ‘dooms day’, but to the ordinary reader, the introduction of Cameron-Clegg era may more »