SMITH’S SOAPBOX: Leader-less leader debate became a Remoaning orgy A murky panto with Nuttall the villain

Thursday’s leader’s debate encompassed everything I currently detest about modern Britain – liberal elitists virtue signalling with little substance, and mocking the opinions of others. With the Prime Minister and Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn refusing to take part, the stage was left to UKIP’s Paul Nuttall, Liberal Democrats’ Tim Farron, the Green Party’s Caroline Lucas, Plaid […]

SMITH’S SOAPBOX: Ta very much, Tony – you changed British politics for the worse Plus: The week in LOLitics and extension of congratulations to Nigel Farage

May 1st, 1997. I actually remember it well. Sat on the sofa, watching a jug-eared, failed guitarist called Tony Blair walk into Downing Street after a huge landslide victory which saw his New Labour vision come to fruition. I was only four-years-old at the time and my only interests were the Spice Girls and Action […]

Nuttall loses Stoke-On-Trent Central by-election UKIP leader fails in bid to become party's second MP in Westminster

The Labour Party has held-on to the Stoke-On-Trent Central seat, with candidate Gareth Snell defeating UK Independence Party leader Paul Nuttall. Nuttall was hoping to become UKIP’s second Member of Parliament, but ultimately fell short by 2,620 votes, with the voting figures seemingly concluding that the party were also unable to appeal to Conservative Party […]