The Caerulean

Are the Conservatives now the default party of…

It may appear unconventional to commence an article on the Conservative Party by discussing the current state of its long-standing rival, the Labour Party. However, the future of the opposition could not be more relevant…

Brexit: The Tombstone of our British Democracy

Our recent vote to leave the European Union has caused a hotbed of debate and political tension. But regardless of your stance on the matter, Brexit indubitably proves that our notion of a British democracy…

Welcome back – George Mitkov

Welcome to all new faces and welcome back to all those familiar. You?ll undoubtedly be aware that the society has a new committee; you might not have noticed that, outside the WC1 bubble, the country…

Danny Kinahan MP: UUP “On Our Way Back”…

After discussing Welsh politics in the Department of Energy and Climate Change and a phone call to the Scottish Parliament to talk about the Scottish Tories with a former party leader, I was on my…

Keep it as it is! – Ilham Mamedov

During every general election cycle, the question of Lords reform is brought up across the UK. Arguments have not changed much over the years; however, I believe the reasons to be against the reform have…

Junior doctors’ contracts: Breaking the deadlock

After over 2 years of review and negotiation, junior doctors have had employment contracts imposed upon them by the Secretary of State for Health. The Health Secretary supposedly had the backing of 20 NHS Trust…