Keith Mooney is a fulltime student/writer living in Northeast Ohio. He lives in an area where Barack Obama won the majority vote in the 2008 and 2012 elections, and Donald Trump has just won by a landslide.
The current issues around funding the NHS threaten to halt the progress made on mental health during the coalition government. One in four people in the UK experience a mental health problem each year. According to the Mental Health Foundation, 70 million work days are
Many Political stories of the past year have contained a common, uncomfortable motif. The political stage, whether that be in the local constituencies of Great Britain or across Europe, has welcomed discrimination as a valid tool for discourse. With polarising campaigns at home around the
The year 2017 will have to be one of unity for the Labour Party. Jeremy Corbyn has been behind the curve in recent polls, consistently trailing Theresa May by double-digit margins. Before Corbyn focuses on becoming Prime Minister, he must be able to unite his
The 11 Supreme Court justices tasked with the Article 50 hearing, have ruled that the Government cannot trigger Article 50 without an act of Parliament. Theresa May and the government will now have to formally give Parliament the option to trigger Article 50. The government
That the President Elect’s de facto admission of fraud in agreeing a £20 million+ payout in the so called Trump University settlement on November 18th received minimal press coverage is probably not surprising given the litany of ludicrous and dangerous public pronouncements of his election
Theresa May has confirmed that the UK will leave the EU single market. In a speech given on Tuesday 17 at 12pm, the Prime Minister announced that She will try to get an ‘ambitious free trade agreement with the EU, but she also stated that
Deliberately blurring critical distinctions, whilst appearing to be open and straightforward, is one of the right wing populist’s most potent weapons. Populist demagogues in the age of anti-establishment anger have ruthlessly exploited the language around ‘elites’ to great effect. Riding on the backs of real