Sam Ancliff of Activate was the guest on today’s podcast. We wanted to get Sam back on to discuss the Conservative Party Conference, the fringe events going on as well as the headline speeches, the tuitions fees freeze, the moral … Continue reading Chatter Episode 17 – Sam Ancliff On The Conservative Party Conference 2017
We live in a broken system, that’s not to say it is beyond repair or utterly dysfunctional, but it does not work for the majority of people. We have massive wealth and income inequality here in the UK and even greater … Continue reading Revolution Without Revolution
The results of the 2017 election made it very clear to even the upper echelons of the Conservative Party that the youth vote was abandoning their party in droves. The Conservative vote share in the 2015 General Election amongst 18-29-year-olds … Continue reading How The Conservatives Are Trying To Win Back Young Voters
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
If the last two years of elections have taught us anything, it’s that we should never underestimate the populist cause. Trump and Brexit both defied the pollsters and Corbyn shares one key characteristic with these upsets – an anti-establishment message. Continue reading Election Prediction: Hung Parliament
There has been a lot of discussion surrounding the Conservative Party plans for internet regulation. In their manifesto they state that: ‘Some people say that it is not for government to regulate when it comes to technology and the internet. … Continue reading What Would The Conservative Proposals For The Internet Mean?