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What has Sarah Wollaston done for you.

Sarah Wollaston is the Conservative candidate for Totnes, the constituency I live in. She has been our representative in the House of Commons, and it’s time to evaluate what kind of job she’s done. This is not a personal attack, I just don’t feel that her voting record represents her constituents, especially young people like

Why I will be voting Labour.

This will be one of the most decisive elections in our lifetimes. Realistically, we have a choice between Labour and Conservative, there is no wriggle room to waste votes pretending we live in a democracy. I say that as someone who is not a member of a political party and would, under different circumstances, be

How the internet is being weaponised by the alt-right to restrict political discourse

  The manner in which the media establishment conducts political discourse has always been an underhand, cloak and dagger affair. The rise of the self-proclaimed “alt-right” has been followed by a toxic, bloated tsunami of self-proclaimed political commentators and journalists that make the mainstream media seem tame and unbiased in comparison. You’ve probably heard of

Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith must present a comprehensive plan to tackle climate change

Climate change is the most pressing issue humanity faces today, and yet mainstream politics continues to ignore it like an addict in denial. At a time when Theresa May has abolished the Energy and Climate change department and appointed Andrea Leadsom Environment Secretary, Labour must provide an alternative. Despite Corbyn outlining a number of different