Coming soon…

British politics is currently undergoing a vacuum of stories in the build up to the European Parliament and local elections on Thursday 22nd May. So the blog is going to be taking an in-depth glance at the whys and wherefores of each of the major five parties standing for election. In a series of articles we will be looking at the policy promises from:

David Cameron:

David Cameron leading the Conservatives since 2005.

David Cameron leader of the Conservatives since 2005.

Nick Clegg:

The party of 'in'.

The party of ‘in’.

Ed Miliband:

Refuses to pledge a referendum on Europe if Labour are re-elected.

Refuses to pledge a referendum on Europe if Labour are re-elected.

Nigel Farage:

Dragging UKIP into the mainstream. On course to win in May?

Dragging UKIP into the mainstream. On course to win in May?

Natalie Bennett:

Filling Caroline Lucas' boots will be tough. Is there room for the Green Party?

Filling Caroline Lucas’ boots will be tough. Is there room for the Green Party?

In addition, the blog will be publishing an article on the stability of the current housing boom in relation to Bank of England’s warning toward the ignorance behind the ‘dangerous’ momentum in Britain.

Other features in the coming weeks and months are:

  • When the dust settles over UKIP’s adventure into the mainstream consciousness, is it time for a new political party?

 

  • Where now for the Liberal Democrats? The rebuild towards 2015.

 

  • Just look at Denmark: Has Britain given up  its green roots?

 

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JRM

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