How did the Labour Party manage to achieve 40% of the vote against all the odds?
By Adam Bradford, social entrepreneur and Queen’s Young Leader Note: views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of TalkPolitics. A whopping 72 per cent of young people aged 18-24 voted in the General Election. It was a game changer. Hot off the heels of the EU Referendum I know that myself … Continue reading The youth vote dishevelled the Conservatives, but we haven’t finished yet
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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
Coalitions are often formed in situations where no political party emerges from an election with 50% +1 of all the seats. Multiple parties will form a temporary alliance to form a government. This is a coalition. As a result, none of the parties joining together get to implement their manifestos in their entirety. Instead, the … Continue reading Coalitions, Put Simply