Civil Service Face Criticism on Gender Identity Policies

The United Kingdom’s Civil Service’s recent internal disputes have raised questions about values, mainly concerning matters of gender and identity. Here’s what happened. The Problem The controversy centers on differing perspectives on gender identity, with some civil servants expressing concerns about the rise of what they see as overly progressive ideologies. The conflict came to … Read more

1 Million Signatures: Petition Calls for Removal of Former Post Office Chief Exec’s CBE in Light of Scandal Revelations

Calls for the removal of Paula Vennells’ CBE, which was given to her for services to the Post Office, have reached new heights as a petition has been signed over a million times. An ITV documentary has brought to light the Post Office’s mass coverup that resulted in the “wrongful prosecution of 550 Post Office … Read more

Home Secretary James Cleverly Apologizes for ‘Joke’ About Spiking His Wife’s Drink

In a recent private event, Home Secretary James Cleverly made questionable comments about spiking his wife’s drink, to which he has since apologized. Questions are now rising about Cleverly’s ability to act appropriately during sensitive topics. James Cleverly’s Remark Raises Eyebrows  In a recent social gathering, James Cleverly, the home secretary, found himself at the … Read more

UK Prime Minister Rules Out British Soldiers Fighting in Ukraine

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak recently clarified the nation’s stance on sending troops to Ukraine to fight with the Russian army. Here’s the whole story. The Comments This announcement comes in the wake of comments made by the UK’s recently appointed Defense Minister, Grant Shapps, who suggested sending troops to Ukraine for training purposes. Since Russia … Read more