How devastation changed the face of the UK General Election

Abigail Watson – An election to decide the path of Brexit has now been dominated by two awful terrorist attacks which have changed the nature of the debate and have, arguably, changed what the UK is voting on.   A vote on the EU Prime Minister Theresa May called a general election on the 18th April, in the hope of gaining approval from the British … Continue reading How devastation changed the face of the UK General Election

Theresa May – in a position of both strength and weakness

John McStravick – When Theresa May assembled the media outside 10 Downing Street on 18 April there was much speculation about what was to be announced. After eventually emerging from the famous door to call a snap general election, questions were posed as well as answered. First and foremost, the matter of why she had decided to go to the polls just weeks after ruling … Continue reading Theresa May – in a position of both strength and weakness