Total 169 Posts
Cabinet Office accused of covering up Rishi Sunak’s involvement in “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme3 min read
Good Law Project challenged the Cabinet Office’s refusal to disclose Rishi Sunak’s WhatsApps on the “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme, which caused COVID surge in cases and deaths.
The loophole that saved Liam Fox from a lobbying penalty3 min read
After Liam Fox lobbied PM Sunak on behalf of a group that paid him £16k for 21 hours’ work, Bradshaw Advisory faced a penalty for violating legislation, while Fox was cleared due to the fee payment structure.
How did ‘taking back control’ of borders become record-high net migration?5 min read
After Brexit, the UK has had fewer migrants from the EU, but they have been far outstripped by people coming from elsewhere.
40 new hospitals delayed until after 2030 amid safety concerns2 min read
The health secretary has announced a delay in the delivery of the 40 new hospitals in England that Boris Johnson had pledged as Prime Minister until beyond 2030.
How to fly like a foreign secretary: A guide to luxury jets and showers3 min read
Foreign Secretary James Cleverly recently used a luxury business jet for his eight-day tour of the Caribbean and Latin America despite the cost of living crisis.
A tale of two opinion polls6 min read
Two polls show conflicting results for SNP and the Scottish Independence, with one indicating significant losses for the party in the next UK General Election. The second poll, however, shows support for independence at 53%. Will the SNP have time to develop strategies to stem potential vote loss?
National Conservatism, self-pity, idiocy and English fascism7 min read
The NatCon conference in London displayed hard-right Tory views, blaming UK’s issues on migrants, the EU, and the liberal elite. The event showcased extremist politics and culture war tropes, with controversial speakers, representing the “Trumpification” of British politics.