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Why I do not support a ‘Progressive Alliance’

The Green Party has been banding around the idea of a ‘Progressive Alliance’ against the Conservative Party for some time now. It’s become something that, in a select number of seats, is a viable way of flipping Conservative majorities, and taking the Westminster seat from them. In Twickenham and Richmond Park, the Green Party have stood aside for the Liberal […]

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Westminster is near deadlock… again

Our entrenched two-party system breeds nothing but an arrogant political climate, where the Labour Party and the Conservative Party argue that they are the only choices to vote for, when a General Election comes around. It’s bred a culture where the main parties can shuffle around the political spectrum, and advocate for nothing but minor reforms and shiny, misleading, oversimplified promises meant to keep the other party in opposition.