Daily Update – April 9th

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A green opportunity – How the COP26 summit might work for the Conservatives

Environmentally conscious politics has traditionally been the preserve of the Left. The Green Party in England and Wales ran at the last election in 2019 on a tax-and-spend manifesto which would have raised corporation...

Why covid ID cards won’t work

Boris Johnson’s plans for covid ID cards raise all sorts of implications for civil liberties and racial equality. But they have a more fundamental problem than that: they won’t work. This is probably why the...

Election manifestos focus on shooting’s future

The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has today (6 April) launched Scottish and Welsh ‘Manifesto for Sustainable Shooting’ prior to the elections on 6 May. The manifestos seek to ensure all politicians recognise...

Daily Update – April 6th

Politics Live 8:00am – We hope you enjoyed the long weekend, and now welcome back to another week of Politics Live! The post Daily Update – April 6th appeared first on Politics.co.uk. Source link

Salmond’s Alba venture exposes Scotland’s voting system flaws

Former Scottish first minister Alex Salmond has launched a new party with the intention of forming a  “supermajority” for independence in the Scottish parliament, together with the SNP and the Greens. His Alba party...

Daily Update – 1st April

Politics Live 5:30pm – That’s all from us today! Enjoy your Easter weekend and we’ll see you on Tuesday. 3:06pm – An interesting tactic to win back the Labour stronghold… Jaw-dropping thing for a senior politician to say. In...

Week in Review: The national gaslight

“I would suggest,” skills minister Gillian Keegan said this morning, “the most important thing your viewers get is to actually read the report, and not the report of the report.” It was an incredible piece...

Why Britain should champion UN action on Myanmar

Myanmar police enforcing the military junta’s crackdown on protesters stopped an ambulance in March, dragged four paramedics out of the vehicle, and beat at least three of them bloody, then hauled them off to...

Keir Starmer’s School Report – Politics.co.uk

  It’s fair to say that Kier Starmer has split Labour Party supporters in his first year in charge. Having to deal with a range of issues from the pandemic to school meals, the Labour leader...