It would appear that the only thing Theresa May is decided on, is being undecided on all else. In 2012, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney was painted as a flip-flopper. The idea that May makes Romney look decisive is quite the feat, considering that Mitt wasn’t sure of much at all. Okay, that might be […]Read more "Wouldn’t you rather a PM you could trust?"
Did you think I’d forgotten you? Perhaps you hoped I had. It’s been a while since I last wrote. For that, I can only apologise. Not that it matters, not even my own mother reads what I write. I should have finished my writing from my time in the States, but there’s something acutely uninspiring […]Read more "Welcome Back."
I’m sorry to be posting my election prediction so late, but here it is. Polls have closed across the East of the country, and Clinton is currently up 75 to 66 in the race to 270. I’m also sorry for the poor writing and lack of funny that will be found in this post, as […]Read more "Making America Great Again: Part Three – The Race to 270: My Presidential Prediction"
I’m gonna take a small break from ‘Making America Great Again’ to address the High Court’s ruling that the Government must have the approval of Parliament before triggering Article 50, the mechanism by which the UK leaves the European Union. (Insert joke about the irony of Theresa May being able to appeal the decision to […]Read more "Brexit means Brexit, but only once it has been defined."
Unsurprisingly, I’ve not been as hot on the blog updates as I said I would be, so my Massachusetts and New York update comes from a public library in Arlington, Virginia (Just outside Washington DC). After arriving on Friday night, I spent Saturday and Sunday in Boston, and I can honestly say that it’s a […]Read more "Making America Great Again – Part Two: Boston and New York"
My next few posts are going to be a slight departure from the rambling left-wing crap that I know you’ve all grown to adore and crave. As you might have guessed from the title of this piece, I’m going stateside! Why? To witness ‘The Donald’ become elected as the forty-fifth President of the United States, […]Read more "Making America Great Again – Part One: Shipping up in Boston"
In a recent interview with a 13-year-old refugee from Afghanistan, Lily Allen apologised on behalf of the UK for our part in the refugee crisis in Calais. Unsurprisingly, there has been a considerable backlash online. Critics argued that Allen should not be apologising on behalf of an entire nation. The point of emphasis of this […]Read more "Why should we help? Because we can: A defence of Lily Allen."