The election is now over. Probably, at least. There's some wording in the Fixed Term Parliamentary Act where another election must be called if no party can form a government within two weeks, but let's pretend we didn't hear about that and can remain enthused. Despite retaining the largest number of seats, the Conservative Party … Continue reading The 2017 General Election Results
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Two weeks ago now, I made a post about the first leaders debate for the upcoming general election. And now there was another one on Wednesday. Brutal. So what was different in this one? A bunch I guess. Jeremy Corbyn decided to turn up to this one after not appearing at the last one, much to … Continue reading 2017 Leaders Debate 2: Electric Boogaloo
"Why should I vote?" "It doesn't matter, they're all the same anyway." "When has one vote ever counted." These are all statements and excuses I've heard from people I know either planning not to vote or who have never voted at all. I find it heavily depressing how many people I hear planning on refusing … Continue reading Why Should You Vote?
On Thursday night, like 2.12 million other people, I tuned into the ITV Leaders Debate for the upcoming general election. This will be the first general election I vote in so I wanted to tune into the debate to see how the party views fared up against each other. Or at least the ones that … Continue reading The 2017 Leaders Debate