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Great British Politics is an online political magazine. We feature columnists and contributors from both ends of the political spectrum, and all corners of the UK.

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Latest Blog Posts for Great British Politics

  • Job sharing for MP’s
    on Apr 16, 2015 in Featured Magazine
    Dr Peter Jepson has given us permission to re-publish this article on Great British Politics. He is the editor of LawsBlog.co.uk, a UK based blog that's really worth a read. You can see the article in its original form on his site. ...
  • Are we not sick of coalitions? How GE2015 might go down
    on Apr 1, 2015 in Featured Magazine
    I’ve noticed that since the Cameron v Miliband debate on television last month, newspapers have seemingly upped the ante and begun the ritual pre-election fear mongering. The Times has begun to spout worries of some ungodly Labour/SNP/(and maybe) L...
  • The rise and fall of Jeremy Clarkson
    on Mar 25, 2015 in Featured UK
    It's been a long day filming, you've spent nigh on 10 hours in a car, calling a grown man a hamster and another 'captain slow'. You've uttered the phrase "Power!!!" numerous times and made one or two disparaging remarks about the North of England. Yo...
  • My Predictions for the General Election
    on Mar 23, 2015 in Featured UK
    So it's here, the national event which takes place every 4 to 5 years which splits households, friendships and workplaces up, the General Election. For me this is a new experience as I have only been able to vote in council, European and crime commis...
  • The Most Important (& Dullest) Election in Years
    on Mar 22, 2015 in Featured UK
    This May, Britain votes in the most important election in decades. It isn’t the electorate’s fault that it also happens to be the least inspiring election in at least a generation. We will head to the ballot box to select our MPs thinking about t...
  • Shame On You
    on Feb 20, 2015 in Featured Magazine
    Whenever I go anywhere in public, I have to wear a badge. It's a white 'B' on a blue background. I suppose it looks kind of similar to the blue 'Parking' symbol, except a slightly different shape. I have to wear at least one badge, clearly visible fo...
  • TV Debate Drop-out
    on Feb 1, 2015 in Featured UK
    David Cameron’s decision not to take part in the televised election debates unless the Green Party is included is the wrong one. His crying out about ‘fairness’ is falling on deaf ears. Why the Greens but not the SNP, who are on course to domin...
  • Tobacco advertising in sport: Tobacco's last stand
    on Jan 24, 2015 in Featured Magazine
    Tobacco advertising in sport is illegal, right? It has been since that infamous Bernie Ecclestone-Tony Blair bribe ran out, hasn’t it? I mean, you don’t see any adverts anymore. The Benson & Hedges cup is no longer on the County Cricket fixtu...
  • Our abdication of responsibility
    on Jan 11, 2015 in Featured Magazine
    The kaleidoscopic nature of international politics dictates that the world’s attention is constantly being torn from crisis to crisis. Towards the backend of 2014 our screens were filled with images of the horrific Peshawar massacre one minute, fol...
  • Sex, blackmail, and attempted murder: the Thorpe affair
    on Dec 26, 2014 in Featured Magazine
      Jeremy Thorpe, former leader of the Liberal Party, died earlier this month. He led his party from the wilderness back to political relevance. He turned down Heath in early 1974, when a hung parliament almost led to a Conservative-Liberal coalitio...
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