The high price of Russia’s veto

It’s hard to believe that 18 months after violence first broke out, the United Nations Security Council has still failed to act on the on-going civil war in Syria. Most of the blood of the 40,000 reported casualties is on Russia’s hands.

Is lowering the voting age a wise decision?

The SNP hope to achieve much needed support amongst younger voters who are more inclined to consider giving them their vote.
Looking At The Keynote Speeches

Looking at the Keynote speeches

So what sugar coated policies have the party leaders got to offer us this time?
Photographs from a grassy knoll

Photographs from a grassy knoll

There has always been sensationalist media and there has always been a market for photographers to create stories.
Why the courts shouldn’t crack the Whip

Why the courts shouldn’t crack the Whip

Mitchell allegedly swore several times at the officers calling them ‘plebs’ and ‘morons’.
Abortion policy should be based on evidence, not opinion

Abortion policy should be based on evidence, not opinion

Jeremy Hunt sent shockwaves across the political spectrum when he announced that he supported a dramatic reduction in the UK abortion limit.