“Missed Opportunities” – DWP Blamed After Claimant Tragedy Triggers Calls for Urgent Reform

In the wake of a vulnerable claimant’s tragic death following a DWP investigation, a coroner’s critique prompts calls for reform within the Department, highlighting crucial flaws in procedures and underscoring the need for better support for individuals with mental health issues. Here’s the full story. Hard Times It is not an easy time to be … Read more

Tories Brace for Historic Losses As Labour Lay Hopes on Leadership

As the fallout from Rishi Sunak’s pre-election budget reverberates, the Conservative Party braces for substantial losses in the upcoming local elections. This signals a pivotal moment for his leadership and the party’s dwindling electoral prospects. Here’s the full story. All Consuming Image Credit: Shutterstock / Peter_Fleming The Conservative Party can sometimes appear like a zombie … Read more

The Sad Truth: Ministers Urge More Defence Spending As Global Threat Rises

In response to mounting concerns over defence capabilities, two UK ministers urge accelerated investment, highlighting critical gaps in defence spending amid escalating global security challenges. Here’s the full story. Increased Investment Image Credit: Shutterstock / Andrey_Popov Two serving ministers, Anne-Marie Trevelyan and Tom Tugendhat, have called for increased investment in defence spending in the UK … Read more

10 Times Farage Spoke His Mind About Britain

In a series of unfiltered moments, Nigel Farage, a prominent figure in British politics, has made headlines for his outspoken remarks and controversial stances. #1. That Brexit Announcement “Dare to dream that the dawn is breaking on an independent United Kingdom!” Nigel Farage’s iconic statement was made during his victory speech on the morning of … Read more

“March Towards the Guns” – Coups, Plots and Counterplots as Another Dire Week Beckons for Sunak

In the midst of internal dissent and external pressures, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak faces a crucial test of leadership as allies rally behind him amidst rumours of plots and counterplots within the Conservative Party. Here’s the full story. Not Looking Good The week has barely begun, and already, things are not looking good for the … Read more

Smoking Ban Standoff: Sunak’s Public Health Battle, a Distraction From Bigger Issues?

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s ambitious smoking ban bill faces staunch resistance from libertarian-leaning Conservative MPs, setting the stage for a parliamentary showdown over public health policy. Here’s the full story. Stumbling Onward As the UK Government stumbles from one calamity to the next, Rishi Sunak’s government is not focusing on fighting the cost of living, … Read more

“Delighted at Brexit” – UK Minister Enrages Businesses With Comments

In a recent statement, a UK minister Andrea Leadsom caused outrage after defending Brexit checks as the ‘price you pay for being a sovereign state again,’ as British businesses struggle with new checks on imports. Here’s the full story. The British Government’s Reputation The British government has been accused of being many things: corrupt, out … Read more

Truss’ Transgender Law Reform Bill Blocked by ‘Filibustering’ Labour

Former Prime Minister Liz Truss has accused Labour MPs of filibustering as her transgender law reform bill is blocked in Parliament. Here’s the full story. Gender-Affirming Care Liz Truss, who arrived back in the UK after being greeted as a right-wing champion at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in the USA, has sought to … Read more

“Zombie Parliament” – MP Working Hours Reach 25-Year Low Under Rishi Sunak

According to new reports, Members of Parliament’s working hours have reached a 25-year low under the supervision of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Parliamentary Critique Concerns have sparked over a so-called “Zombie Parliament” insinuating that MPs aren’t bothering to turn up to the benches for important discussions. Historic Low Reports claim that working hours for Members … Read more