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…

Big is Beautiful

Here in Britain we all have the natural tendency to support the underdog. David versus Goliath, the rural community against the monolithic fracking company or the small and medium enterprises which can never be overly…

A Case for the House of Lords –…

On the 26th October 2015 the Government was dealt a major blow when the House of Lords voted to block their plans to make reforms to the system of tax credits. Much ado followed this…

Generation Screwed

It is now more than a decade since then-US Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld offered one of the more bizarre press conferences in political history. Discussing the Iraq War, he listed the different kinds of…

Catalonia Vs. Scotland – Matthew Schlachter

Following the 2011 Scottish Parliamentary elections, which saw the Scottish nationalists win a majority of four and 45% of the vote, the British government acknowledged the will of the Scottish people to have a say…