Based on national polling, extrapolated across constituencies, and assuming that The Brexit Party do not stand in Conservative seats, or where they can win, and vice versa, it is clear that a pact is required: This information will update dynamically as new polls are released, showing the change in information Continue Reading
Last night’s shenanigans prior to prorogation were a sight to behold. Although complying with the request of Her Majesty’s Commission to attend Lords for prorogation, Speaker Bercow certainly made his mark on the role before he did so. Check out the video from our Twitter feed.
A general election on October 15th may be looming with Boris striking a deal to drop the filibustering in the Lords in return for votes to hold a general election. We’re not sure at this point whether it actually will go ahead or not, but as with the European and Continue Reading
In just a few short days of the signing of the prorogation of Parliament for three to four sitting days, things have taken a turn for the worst, and the mass hysteria has begun. MEPs plan to use the EU’s Article 7 rule of law powers to investigate Prime Minister Continue Reading
Today, Boris and the Moggmeister flew to Balmoral to request prorogation of Parliament. And it was agreed and signed. It’s game over for Remain, now. Let’s hope that Boris doesn’t use this time to try and force through a reheated version of May’s Withdrawal Agreement without the backstop. That is Continue Reading
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It has come to our attention as part of a new ‘Spotlight on Local Authorities’ initiative that Adur Council in 2018 spent over £11 million in legal fees to Stevens & Bolton LLP, a law firm based in Guildford, Surrey. Of the £34.5 million spent last year in services and Continue Reading
In June, Rees-Mogg admitted to having an affair with Ian Hislop, who he claimed had an affair with him. He told BBC Radio Lancashire, “I have been asked to go to an intimate house and have an affair with a man. “I’ve never said I had an affair with Ian. Continue Reading
The Labour leader, who has been accused of deliberately breaking election law by stuffing his ballot papers as a way of getting his way, was found guilty of a single count of stuffing ballot papers. He was sentenced to 18 months in prison and ordered to pay £15,000 costs. He Continue Reading
You may remember that a few weeks ago, we began our own investigation into the Peterborough by-election. We believed it to be in the public interest that the electoral process is seen as valid, and had a number of concerns. We contacted Peterborough City Council with a Freedom of Information Continue Reading