What should the UK do with Northern Ireland when it has become the centre for conflict in the Brexit backdrop? – Sunday’s Debate

What should the UK government do when faced with the challenge of Northern Ireland? When Brexit referendum results were announced, the public, and many politicians, didn't take notice of the potential problem Ireland could cause. Now, as we hopefully come to the final chapter of Brexit, what should Britain do? The problem that the government … Continue reading What should the UK do with Northern Ireland when it has become the centre for conflict in the Brexit backdrop? – Sunday’s Debate

Should freedom of speech be restricted and is protesting the best form it can take? – Sunday’s Debate

Protests have been dominating the news at the moment. From Hong Kong to the Sudan, from America to Westminster, protesting has been on the front pages as people stand up for what they believe in and make their voice heard. It is a concept that all will know, and therefore does not require much of … Continue reading Should freedom of speech be restricted and is protesting the best form it can take? – Sunday’s Debate

“Sharpiegate” – Did Trump alter an official weather chart with a marker pen? Thursday’s think piece.

Hurricane preparations in the USA took an absurd turn yesterday, as President Trump appeared to perceive himself as a meteorological expert, going so far as to alter an official weather chart with a marker pen.   The United States is bracing itself in anticipation of Hurricane Dorian, a previously category 5 rated hurricane that has … Continue reading “Sharpiegate” – Did Trump alter an official weather chart with a marker pen? Thursday’s think piece.

Prostitution in the UK. Do our laws need to change? – Sunday’s debate

An Introduction to prostitution 2019 will hopefully be one of the many years where equality between men and women can be enhanced. It has already been over 100 years since the Representation of the People Act first allowed some women to vote, and now we must now talk about a modern day issue which hugely … Continue reading Prostitution in the UK. Do our laws need to change? – Sunday’s debate

John Bercow attacks the Prime Minister in a startling break from impartiality – Thursday Tought Piece

John Bercow, the Speaker of the House of Commons, has branded Boris Johnson’s planned suspension of parliament “a constitutional outrage”. Let’s explore what this means for Bercow and the historically non-partisan role he holds.  The Speaker’s role is to hold order in the Commons, and to ensure the smooth running of day-to-day parliamentary matters. Since the … Continue reading John Bercow attacks the Prime Minister in a startling break from impartiality – Thursday Tought Piece

Who should be the next PM for Brexit! Or is Boris the best we have? – Sunday’s debate

Do Labour, Liberals and the Conservatives need a change of leader? As another election looms, and trust diminishes daily for the leaders of Labour and the Tories, is a new leader required for either party? Since Boris Johnson's election, there has been a growing voice for the PM to call an election. If he was … Continue reading Who should be the next PM for Brexit! Or is Boris the best we have? – Sunday’s debate

Trump cancels visit to Denmark after attempting to buy Greenland – Thursday’s Thought Piece

President Donald Trump has suggested that he is interested in acquiring Greenland from Denmark. Let's explore why he has the world’s largest island is in his sights. In an interview before he boarded Air Force One to the G7 summit in France, Trump stated his interest in purchasing the semi-autonomous state as it was “strategically … Continue reading Trump cancels visit to Denmark after attempting to buy Greenland – Thursday’s Thought Piece

Should the voting age be dropped to 16? – Sunday’s Debate

A summary of voting Lowering the voting age is a debate that can be found since the birth of democracies.  When democracy first started in Britain, it was a privilege for rich, educated men; as it was with most countries. Over time this has changed. In 1969, The Representation of the People Act was signed … Continue reading Should the voting age be dropped to 16? – Sunday’s Debate

An easy guide to Britain’s economics under Brexit. Great for beginners! – The Point of Information

As Britain looms to a no deal Brexit, more and more of the news will contain data that can be confusing, especially when talking about the economy. The Bank of England and how it operates can be puzzling with the multitude of terms they use - it can be rather daunting. I will be making … Continue reading An easy guide to Britain’s economics under Brexit. Great for beginners! – The Point of Information

Why has tension with Iran increased and what should Britain do? – Sunday’s Debate

A summary of the Iran Crisis What is the Iran crisis and what does the UK need to do? This is the question our editors face for our second article here at Point of Information. Iran has come a long way since the 1979 revolution that removed the US backed monarchy replacing it with an … Continue reading Why has tension with Iran increased and what should Britain do? – Sunday’s Debate