Commentary

June, 2017

  • 12 June

    UK ELECTIONS, AN ILL-CONCEIVED DECISION

    The UK elections of June 2017 has resulted in another surprise to most. Theresa May, the incumbent, sought to strengthen both her position as Prime Minister and that of her party in light of a planned hard Brexit negotiation, but the British public and by extension the youth of the …

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  • 2 June

    COMMENTARY: TIMELY RESPONSES – CRUCIAL

    For years on end, the nature of politics here at home has continually disintegrated in terms of perception but more importantly, the world at large seems to be experiencing a similar malaise with little or no change on the horizon. On the other hand, it is sometimes said that things …

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May, 2017

  • 29 May

    Commentary: CONFLICT BY INFLICTION

    For the past six months, the nation has witnessed one of the most controversial periods directly after a general election. Revisiting the causes surrounding these events came in three stages firstly, losing an election is always hurtful, secondly, new administrations usually work with more vigour and enthusiasm, and thirdly, new …

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