Theresa May recently announced her plans for the snap UK General Election, which is to be held on the 8th of June. The past few years have been rife with voting, and even more politics and debate may be grating on your soul. But now more than ever, it is imperative that you use the vote you are given by your democratic right. Voting turnout … Continue reading General Election 2017 – The importance of voting
The court found that the British Government does not have the right to enable Article 50 without consulting with MPs first.
Like thousands all around the world, women, men and children gathered together at Southampton’s Bargate to stand up for equality.
Donald Trump will become the 45th American president after beating Hilary Clinton in what has been an incredible race. The Republican candidate won the vote with 278 votes, beating Clinton’s 228 votes overall. Outgoing president, Barack Obama congratulated his successor via telephone soon after the result was confirmed. Trump was also invited to the White House on Thursday to discuss transition plans. Following his win, … Continue reading Donald Trump beats Hilary Clinton in race to become US President
Southampton Itchen’s UKIP candidate Kim Rose was asked to report to police after allegedly bribing voters with sausage rolls. Continue reading Southampton UKIP candidate accused of bribing – with sausage rolls
Nigel Farage was forced to abandon an event in Rotherham yesterday due to angry protests outside his party’s office.
The UKIP leader was due to cut the ribbon on the campaign office of UKIP candidate Jane Collins, who will stand in this May’s general election.
He said he was prevented from doing so by the protests organised by anti-facist organisation Hope Not Hate, whom he claims unjustifiably target his party.
He told LBC radio: “It is anti-democratic and incredibly un-British and yes, I am getting pretty bored with it.”