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Conservative Conference 2015

Conservative Party Conference 2015: “And So It Begins”

Published on October 8th, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

The Conservative Party’s 2015 conference was bound to be rather triumphant: David Cameron has secured his longed-for majority government and the Tories are looking at the straight road of another five year fixed-term parliament. But, he [&hellip... Read More


Jeremy Corbyn

Labour Conference 2015: The New Politics?

Published on October 1st, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

On September 20th, the left-wing Syriza party returned to governing Greece after winning the third round of elections in the country this year. This victory, already dampened by a 45% abstention rate, was conditioned by Syriza [&hellip... Read More


UKIP Conference 2015

UKIP Conference 2015: We Stand Disunited

Published on September 27th, 2015 | by Eleanor Newis

After UKIP’s disappointing performance in the results of May’s general election, (4 million votes, or 12.6%), gaining only one MP despite all the panic – and indeed gleeful anticipation – about their rise, you’d think they [&hellip... Read More


Eventful Summer for Labour

Published on July 28th, 2015 | by Kowser Ali

Earlier this summer saw many changes in the UK, such as the resignation of party leaders, the current Government’s announce the new Budget, and the race for leadership in parties, particularly the Labour Party. Ever since [&hellip... Read More


UK & THE E.U. : Where We Stand

Published on June 11th, 2015 | by Laura Davey

If you’ve got a head for politics, I’m sure the EU referendum is no great surprise. But if, like me, you’ve only managed to catch the odd glimpse of the debate on the news, Catch is [&hellip... Read More


Are We Living in a Democracy?

Published on May 7th, 2015 | by Pollyanna Whitehouse

Voting is supposed to be an opportunity. You should be able have your say in how your country is run – how your children will be educated, where your career path will take you and what your [&hellip... Read More


The Age of Vote Swapping

Published on May 5th, 2015 | by Annie Harrison

Voting tactically in elections is nothing new, and now vote swapping is whipping up a storm across blogs and social media. Vote swapping entails promising to swap who you vote for with another person in a [&hellip... Read More

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