As long as I have been in the UK, and have been old enough to pay attention to politics, private schools have always been an issue for the left in general and for the Labour Party in particular. This has never been clearer than during the last election, when the former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn … Continue reading What we can learn from private schools
Recent days have shown that Emmanuel Macron has been losing power. Many people have suggested, that if he loses too much, he will have to hold early elections. This issue emerged after another group of members within his party defected, which has led to a loss of his parliamentary majority. With the recent defections, as … Continue reading Macron’s Final Days: How Did It Get To This?
With all that has been going on this year, it can be stated that 2020 has not been the best year so far. From the Australian wild fires to the outbreak of Covid-19 it seems like humanity can't catch a break. With all that going on, we are now seeing tensions building up between major … Continue reading 2020 – Going Nuclear
As we all know, the Scottish Government under the Scottish National Party (SNP) has tried to prove that they can deal with Covid-19 in their own way. This has led to the leader of the SNP, Nicola Sturgeon, to take strong action, attempting to lock down the country quicker than the rest of the UK. … Continue reading Nicola Sturgeon and her hostility to Westminster
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With the chaotic events of 2020, many people may not have noticed the new conflict between the Saudis and the Russians between their oil prices and production. Since the start of 2020, oil prices have been going down in price to a record low level of 60% in 3 months. With the two countries dealing … Continue reading Yet Another Oil War: What is Causing the Current Tensions between Russia and Saudi Arabia?
The new amendments of 2020 to the Russian constitution are making drastic changes to modern day Russia. The changes proposed in January 2020 are the second substantial amendments to the constitution since 1993. There are 11 changes which have been made to cover a wide range of legal matters. This includes term limits for the president … Continue reading The New Constitution of Russia and What It Means for Its Future
Russia in the modern day has taken steps to go its own way within a geopolitical world with making the Eurasian Economic Union, securing rights and protections for Russian people who fall outside their borders example Crimea (Ukraine) and Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan). This has all been part of their idea of foreign policy which has been … Continue reading Russian Neo-Eurasianism of modern day