2019 has hardly started, and we’ve already seen more than enough of MPs being targeted and made victims of abuse. From Anna Soubry being mobbed coming back from an interview on College Green, to MPs facing death threats over Brexit. Not a day goes by without another example of this kind of behaviour. Continue reading WATCH: May should go “shoot herself” says People’s Assembly March speaker as abuse against MPs continues
The Prime Minister has said that today’s launch of the NHS Long Term Plan marks a “historic moment” which will secure the NHS for future generations and could save up to 500,000 lives over the next decade. Continue reading NHS Long Term Plan is an “historic moment”
She once again firmly denounced calls for a second referendum, saying that “it would divide our country” and that on a practical level, there is simply not time for there to be another referendum. Continue reading Theresa May on Marr : Don’t make the search for the perfect, the enemy of the good
These speeches dealt with tackling abuse in politics, abortion in Northern Ireland, Brexit (naturally!), women’s rights internationally and the first use of sign language by a Minister in the Commons. Continue reading Speeches of the Year by Conservative Women
Here are my six top gift picks for your political pal that are sure to win you a New Year’s drink in Strangers. Continue reading The top 6 Christmas gifts for your political pal
The Prime Minister finished her speech on a high, speaking about the confidence with which the country will move forward so that “together, we can secure our future prosperity, now and for generations to come”. Continue reading May: We can secure our future prosperity, now and for generations to come.
“Those who went before us started a great movement for equality. Let us be the generation that finished the job”. – Penny Mordaunt Continue reading “A Woman’s Place is in Elected Office” – #WomenMPsoftheWorld