A letter of anger and sadness concerning the Government’s policy on Universities.

Following the announcement made by the Prime Minister on Monday evening, I write to express my concern with Government policy regarding universities. As a resident in your constituency, I attended Queen Elizabeth’s High School before Oxford University. Tonight I am back home in Scotton, feeling abandoned by a government I voted for and facing more months of lost time and broken dreams. When revising for … Continue reading A letter of anger and sadness concerning the Government’s policy on Universities.

The dangerous regionalism that threatens the U.K.

Looking back across history, unique to our experience of a pandemic will be both the achievement of a vaccine, and the fact we lived through it without a national identity to cling to, or a religion to offer support. Looking for comfort, people turned inward, and in England this helped create a dangerous form of regional identity. Continue reading The dangerous regionalism that threatens the U.K.

US Election Podcast: The Aftermath

Listen to the final episode from our ‘US Election with Erik Green’ podcast series. We talk once again to Democratic voter Amelia Morel and Greg Swenson from Republican Overseas. Discussing the last few months of the campaign, what happened on election night, and what next for the two parties, and for America. Plus what has surprised them about their country since the last time we … Continue reading US Election Podcast: The Aftermath

Biden’s Wisconsin Victory Reflects a Polarised America.

How did Joe Biden win Wisconsin? Not by flipping the 22 counties which Trump won from Obama in 2016. Joe Biden won only two counties taken by Trump in 2016: County Obama Romney Clinton Trump Biden Trump Door 52.95% 45.96% 45.55% 48.77% 50.00% 48.60% Sauk 58.68% 40.21% 46.85% 47.20% 50.00% 48.40% The vote change in the remaining 20 counties which Trump had won from Obama … Continue reading Biden’s Wisconsin Victory Reflects a Polarised America.