Over the past week the Tories have been hammering Labour for their apparent U-turn on student debt. Whilst we are all about making sure politicians are held to account over misleading statements and rhetoric, the “outrage” over the decision seems … Continue reading Putting The Student Debt “Lie” In Context
After falling out with manager Igor Tudor and not appearing to be in his plans, Wesley Sneijder is now a free agent after having his Galatasaray contract cancelled by mutual consent. The 33 year old conceded earlier this month that he … Continue reading What Now For Wesley Sneijder?
The last week has not been particularly positive for the US President, revelations in the last week surrounding his son’s links and meetings with Russian officials have caused a massive wave of controversy, but the last 24 hours have seen … Continue reading A Turbulent 24 Hours For Trump: News Round-up
Neymar Linked Club: PSG Barcelona and Brazil superstar Neymar is reportedly the subject of a £196m bid from PSG. The Guardian have reported the French Champions are preparing to hold talks and are confident of securing the move. Neymar has … Continue reading Transfer Rumour Round-up 14/07-21/07
Cabinet Collective Responsibility is the idea that government ministers all publicly support whatever decisions are made by the cabinet, it provides a united front and paints the image of a strong and stable government – one without internal factions and … Continue reading Cabinet Collective Responsibility Is Dissolving
The government announced that there would be a shake-up in education funding, with an extra £1.3 billion over the next three years. The move seems to be to quell anti-austerity sentiments within the party and to address public concerns over … Continue reading Fact Check: There Is No New Money Being Spent On Education