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A summary of the recent SNP Conference in Glasgow.
Do you have an opinion on what the UK government’s Brexit strategy should be? Should control of immigration be vital to any exit deal or would you prefer full-blown membership of the European single-market? Is a bad deal better than no deal? If so, you could be in with a chance of winning a selection … Continue reading Brexit competition: be in it to win it (or out)!
Poor turnout at the local elections motivate us to keep campaigning hard
TalkPolitics is looking to gather as much information on what the youth of the UK know about and care about in the world of politics. With a snap General Election coming up on 8th June, we'll be producing a report on the findings of this study.
Managing Director Matt Gillow's with the latest Talk Politics progress update
Donald Trump should not be allowed to speak in UK parliament, says Speaker The Guardian America, China and the risk of a trade war The Economist Why one of the EDL’s original members quit New Statesman The last days of Robert Mugabe New Statesman How Mexico can cope with the age … Continue reading January – February: What We’ve Been Reading
This is a chance for you to get creative. We're looking for originality in the medium of your choice. Whether it's satirical, cartoon, narrative or graphic, we want to see it! The only* rules are that it needs to be political or economic. If you can give your piece that slant, you're onto a winner. … Continue reading Competition
A lot happened in the last month. Here is a selection of articles we read to keep up with the news: In China's Orbit, WSJ The legacy of the populist right, Filibuster UK (written by the editor of our partner Filibuster UK) There Will Be Another Revolution in Cuba - an Economic One, CapX, (Written by … Continue reading December-January: What We’ve Been Reading
Since we last updated you on our progress, we have been delighted with our progress. We’ve smashed the 2,000 follower mark on Twitter, have been endorsed by more high-profile individuals such as Tim Farron MP, Alistair Campbell, and Louise Haigh MP, and we’re striking up partnerships left, right and centre. With our good friends at … Continue reading Progress Update #2
In our first three weeks working to beat apathy, TalkPolitics has come on in leaps and bounds. Within 10 days we hit 1,000 followers on Twitter. We’ve been endorsed by George Osborne, Nicky Morgan, Vince Cable, Kirsty Blackman, Thomas Brake, and others. We’ve established partnerships with platforms such as Filibuster UK, and are in talks … Continue reading Progress Update #1