Religion in British Politics, Should it have a Place?

In an increasingly secular British society we always hear the rumblings and the cries to distance religion from our political process. Even with a unified establishment of church and state the opposition continues to grow in huge contrast to our western allies the United States of America where their state and church is separated yet […]

Is Boris Johnson the natural successor to the Tory throne?

Since the end of the Second World War, Great Britain’s political architecture is one that has seemingly been in a consistent flux in what the public wants and expects from our politicians. With a change of government seemingly a foregone decision each election at times during the early post-war period, it has always taken a […]