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The night of June 23rd 2016 is etched into most people’s mind as one of the biggest political moments in the United Kingdom’s history. Following the referendum, David Cameron resigned and he was replaced by Theresa May who also had…

During the last few months, Covid-19 has led to several political issues being put on the backburner and quite rightly so. However there are significant and worrying international issues brewing, none more so than the recent Russia report which has…

After three bitter years of division and domestic political strife caused by Brexit, we must now embark on a journey of reform and instigate an avalanche of constitutional change. Fuelled by national self-pride and determination, we must reflect the expressed…

It’s three years since the Brexit referendum, and we are still in the EU. This has been another tumultuous year in Brexit. Some of the highlights have included a change in prime minister, five meaningful votes (sort of), an election,…

On Wednesday morning, the Supreme Court unanimously declared that Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was unlawful. To summarise, Lady Hale said: ‘The decision to advise Her Majesty to prorogue Parliament was unlawful because it had the effect of frustrating or…