The 2010s in the UK will be remembered as the most politically turbulent and historic since the Second World War.
Labour remain the largest party by one seat, as Greens make gains from both major parties.
Would UKIP expect to do better than 2014 or would anti-Brexit parties like the Liberal Democrats make gains?
With only two months until Britain is due to leave the EU, I continue my look at the history behind Brexit and how we got here.
Britain is at a political crossroads. Whilst the country faces its most signifcant challenge since the end of the Second World War, both the governing party and the opposition are […]
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will call for a general election to be held on June 8. In an urgent statement this morning, Mrs May said that the country […]
After weeks of campaigning, the election is now upon us. Question is which seats should you stay up for tonight? Here is your short guide to the important seats in […]
I take a look at five of the most influential leaders in the upcoming election and their strategies for success on May 7th. DAVID CAMERON – THE INCUMBENT As the […]
With only 14 days until the General Election, I take a closer look at two constituencies that may make headlines on May 8th. With political campaigns running wild up and […]