UK Government

Total 128 Posts

Parliament could burn down any day? Sell it. Turn it into a museum or a posh hotel.

3 min read
Our political system is packed with unimaginative, cowardly morons, trapped in aspic.

Home Office: Loved ones are left in limbo for months on end.

4 min read
We were promised our lives wouldn’t change. Now our loved ones are left in limbo for months on end, we are left unable to care for our elderly parents, our families are being split apart, and parents are unable to even see their children.

For all the bluster, Johnson and the Brexiters still have no realistic answer to the ‘Northern Ireland border’ question.

15 min read
Professor Chris Grey’s Brexit analysis looking backwards and forwards from the Northern Ireland elections, and why Boris Johnson and the Brexiters can’t supply the realism needed.

All government wants is for asylum seekers to be out of sight out of mind.

3 min read
Rather than doing anything practical to tackle gangs, the government blames human rights lawyers – the very people who are making sure asylum seekers are correctly and lawfully processed.

The State pantomime of Parliament.

6 min read
A ritual introduced in Victorian times in order to distract and deflect from the popular demand for a government which was democratic, representative, and accountable. One hundred and seventy years later it is still performing the same role.

Government has more interest in allowing vulnerable children to be targeted by traffickers than tackling traffickers.

3 min read
How many children refugees will join those already being incorrectly classed as adults by the Home Office’s social workers? How many risk being sent to Rwanda or stuck in camps?

Boris Johnson should be very worried about what 2022 local council results mean for the next general election.

4 min read
There is a strong correlation between local election results and general election results two years later. If that pattern holds, Johnson’s parliamentary majority is at risk. The Conservatives could lose up to 122 seats in the next general election.
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