So we approach a snap general Election in the U.K., regardless of the opportunistic nature of the Prime ministers decision to call the election, the parties campaigns are off and running and the full force of the theory of ‘valance party politics’ is showing its face in the U.K democratic system again. We have a…… Continue reading Centrists
My exam still looms, as with my last blog post, I have been making some infographics to help me revise for the upcoming exam. So these new ones are for the Block 3 of DD211 of the Open University Politics, Philosophy and Economics course. So here we go… flashcards for the messy world of Ideology:…… Continue reading Ideology, a messy world of concepts
The Second Scottish referendum. Or You can supranational away our sovereignty, but you’ll never take our ‘freedom’. So the Scottish had a independence referendum, 3 years ago. The result was a NO to independence by a wide 10% majority. Job done, message sent, VHS copies of Braveheart put away and a continuation of the…… Continue reading The Second Scottish referendum. Or You can supranational away our sovereignty, but you’ll never take our ‘freedom’.
Car Automation: or ‘how everything we do is NOT driven by you’ I was reading something on the BBC the other day which I found very interesting. I decided to put a few words down about it myself, I think this might be another post that will veer from one topic to another and…… Continue reading Car Automation
Brexit, from the UK perspective.
Oh my, how many words, insults and offended philosophies have been thrown at the subject of Brexit.