Any democracy can change its mind, but are extra referenda more democratic?

It will not have escaped your notice that many are continuing to call for a second EU referendum. For a long time, that suggestion was

Was the general election result a vote against brexit?

Yesterday, I noted there were two significant comments regarding the the recent general election. First, there was the problem of the Conservatives jumping into bed

There are major problems with the Con-DUP pact, but please let’s stop calling the DUP terrorist sympathisers

The results are in and the General Election 2017 returned a hung parliament. The Conservatives have formed a confidence-and-supply agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party. You

The one reason Labour will struggle in the election

As stated on the Guardian, here is the relevant passage from the BBC transcript in full where Jeremy Corbyn repeatedly refused to say if the

Hand-wringing while ignoring the elephant in the room: a word on the local elections

Several things made these particular local elections different to normal. For one, we have just come off the back of one of the most divisive

No, Tim Farron, the British public do not need a second referendum

Theresa May has today announced the triggering of Article 50, the beginning of the two-year negotiation period for leaving the European Union. You can read