Bournemouth MP Connor Burns has shared his discontent towards The Money Free Party; an international political party that was first started in the UK by a local Bournemouth resident. Nick Tapping, former leader of The Money Free Party, first registered the party in the UK back in September 2013. This week Bournemouth West Conservative MP […]
Conor Burns believes new plans for the former Grand Cinema in Westbourne should include a benefit to the community.
BournemouthforEurope protesters say there are no foregone conclusions in the EU debate.
The questions surrounding the decision to commence air strikes on Syria are numerous, so here is the basic information on the subject
[Infograph made with the information gathered in various debates ranging from the 2nd to the 4th of December 2015, and from BBC news.] LINKS TO ARTICLES 1 AND 3.
How did Magna Carta affect human rights? Magna Carta and human rights go hand in hand. The Great Charter of 1215 is the founding document of human rights and as influenced both national and international legislation across the world. For 800 years it has been Britain’s greatest export. From the English Bill of Rights to the US […]
UKIP parked its tanks on the lawns of the three main parties this morning. All turrets point to the General Election in May. At the helm is Nigel Farage, wafting a purple beret, a pint of Bombardiers and a packet of pork scratchings defiantly in the faces of Ed, Dave and Nick. The “peoples’ army” […]