To work out what happened to May's strong and stable campaign we have to look back at where it all went wrong; the moment she called the election. May announced her snap election on 18 April. She stood in front...
Learning Disability Nursing students from the School of Health Sciences (HSC) held an event on Saturday 3 June to inform local people with learning disabilities about voting in the upcoming general election. The event aimed to encourage individuals to...
UKIP swung into the limelight in 2014, capturing the nations attention with "traditionally conservative values" and the aim of leaving the EU. Much of their popularity was not a result of their policies, it was a result of people...
Concrete spoke to Richard Bearman, the Green Party’s parliamentary candidate for Norwich South to discuss the party’s policies, before the vote on Thursday 8 June. Mr Bearman is running against James Wright (Liberal Democrat), Lana Hempsall (Conservative), and the incumbent...
After watching The Battle For Number 10, Question Time and the BBC Election Debate one thing has become clear; May doesn’t mix with politicians. It seems our current Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative party doesn’t want to join...
Election night was weird. I sat there at 21:50, terrified of my own laptop screen due to the knowledge that in 10 minutes it would show an exit poll that could make or break my day (and week, and...