Remain beat Brexit in the EU elections

The Telegraph’s data journalists answered the question “Who won the UK’s European elections – Leave or Remain?” with this piece of analysis:  ‘While the Brexit Party was the clear individual winner in the UK’s European elections, picking up almost a third of the national vote, straightforwardly pro-Brexit parties were actually out-polled by those who are arguing…

Voting Lib Dem on 23 May is voting for a second referendum

We now understand that UKIP, the extremist wing of the Tory party and the Brexit Party don’t care at all for the health or lives that their No Deal Brexit would jeapordise for patients reliant on uninterrupted supplies of insulin and other medicaments.

Anti-Semitism and Islamophobia

Given the rise in xenophobic hate crimes against Muslims and Jews since the Brexit referendum, it is important to recognise xenophobic hate with defined terms, where the xenophobia extends beyond intrinsic characteristics. It is important so that the public becomes aware that hatred based on different cultures is unacceptable, and that it is recognised as…

India-Pakistan hostilities brief

Issues at play: Kashmir is disputed territory controlled by India, Pakistan and China India and Pakistan are nuclear powers that formally engaged in military operations against one another in late February Kashmir’s glaciers are an important source of water for all of Pakistan, for eastern India and for southern China Pakistan is run by the…

Envisioning government intervention in a private health market

Economic relevance of the healthcare sector Healthcare merits a large proportion of government attention because it impacts everyone living in the UK, and in a substantial way. Everyone requires healthcare services at the beginning of their lives, towards the end of their lives, and when they fall sick. A good healthcare system contributes to a…