The Conservatives can't tackle the housing crisis, writes Matt Zarb-Cousin. Accepting the market is broken would be to admit Tory ideology is dead.
From alleged sexual assaulters to arrogant bullies, the ministers charged with running the United Kingdom have a stink of putrid decay.
The Foreign Secretary isn't proving his might with his undermining and unpleasantries. Our weak and wobbly Prime Minister is just showing she has no authority to lead.
The half-arsed Conservative plan to slightly cut tuition fees is an attempt to woo young voters, showing just how deluded the Tories really are.
Even if Donald Trump only makes a sneak trip to the UK now his state visit has been cancelled, the British public will make it clear he's still not welcome.
Protesters gathered in Parliament Square last weekend to oppose the Conservative-DUP coalition, chanting for the rights of women, LGBTQ people and those whose lives were lost in Grenfell.
On Saturday afternoon, protestors gathered outside Downing Street, angry at the UK's shambolic government and the Tories plan to jump into bed with the backwards DUP.
There's quite literally no evidence to suggest this is true. It's fake news. But this election is increasingly dominated by false stories and non-facts. Both the Conservative Party and our right-wing press are responsible.
Of course Theresa May has pledged her allegiance to fox hunting, the ruling-class are reasserting their power in the most deranged, blood-thirsty way they know how.
General Elections are pretty tedious, especially when the Conservative Party looks set for a landslide. Prank calls? Yes please.
Theresa May won't stop banging on about 'strong and stable leadership' in this general election, but her version of strength and stability is the last thing the United Kingdom needs.
In an unexpected statement outside Downing Street, the Prime Minister Theresa May has announced a snap general election for 8 June 2017.