Theresa Mays’s announcement that she will seek a snap general election on 8 June, shows a prime minister that is more interested in capitalising on Labour disarray than making a more stable and prosperous Britain for all.
Author Tim Dickinson
For someone based miles away from the capital in the Devon town of Exeter, Katie Hopkins seems to have a lot to say about London’s reaction to Wednesday’s terror attack on Westminster – all of it hyperbolic and false.
Populism and post-fact politics may define the political discourse of 2016, but the victories for Trump and Brexit signify a greater arc towards the failure of the two-party political system.
After running two divisive campaigns that prioritised lies and half-truths in order to win the Brexit referendum at any cost, both Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage have stepped down. Is anyone prepared to lead Brexit?