Devolution in the UK, Put Simply.
In our latest head-to-head, Ben Ramanauskas and Robbie Travers lock horns over HS2.
By Campaign Agent Luke Jeffery With the first ‘High Speed 2’ train set to start running in 2026, there is one immediate positive for the people of the South at least; it will arrive before a Southern Rail train. For those in the North of England however, the news that the HS2 train brings with … Continue reading The Trouble with HS2, Put Simply
The House of Lords is the upper chamber of Parliament, currently composed of 805 individuals, none of whom have been elected. All these people have either been appointed by the monarch, are the current holders of a hereditary peerage or are one of 26 senior Church of England bishops. Although it was established in the … Continue reading House of Lords, Put Simply
David Lloyd George: On the House of Lords: “…a body of five hundred men chosen at random from amongst the unemployed.” David Lloyd George was one of the 20th century’s most famous radicals. He was the first and only Welshman to hold the office of Prime Minister. He is remembered as a man of great … Continue reading Ex-Prime Ministers, Part Three