The UK is not unique in having a Monarchy but its history and function does have a degree of uniqueness about it, certainly within Europe. Its function, compilation and place within British society and culture has changed over the years.
The pimple head that is Donald Trump Jr recently claimed that British democracy is dead after Parliament didn’t approve Theresa May’s withdrawal agreement for the second time. Is there any truth to what this talking flannel has claimed?
The past year of British politics has been a whirlwind of delusion, stupidity and general idiocy. The Tories and especially Theresa May, have lost all credibility and respect and really are not in a decent position to carry on.
A strong and resurgent Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn ran a fantastic campaign focused around truly progressive and forward-looking policies that really resonated with the electorate, especially the younger generations.
One person’s extreme is another’s normal. If I were to have a conversation about religion with large numbers of people in America, some would consider me extreme for being an Atheist and for being a Socialist.
With so much media choice on offer this is surely only enhancing democracy and making the democratic system stronger. There can’t be any downsides to this, can there? Well, yes there are.
Muslims are like anybody else and make wonderful contributions to the societies they live in. It is not an inherently violent religion at all. This is the actions of but a few idiots that ruin the name of Islam.
It’s the core beliefs of what those on the Left believe in that make it difficult to mock. How do you mock someone and put them down because they believe that people are equal?
Democracy is a complicated ideology to grasp not least because it is a rather personal thing, it means things to different people. As a result of this it has transpired to take many different forms.
American Democracy is much more engaging to the electorate; elections for both houses of Congress and a sort of election for the President. Representatives campaign so much more aggressively than their British counterparts.