Why Vote Leave: Part 6 – The Environment

In the run up to the referendum I intend to post a blog each Sunday detailing the reasons why Britain will be better off outside the European Union. These posts will cover the following topics: the economy, influence, democracy, security, the environment, cost, and reform. One of the less prominent, but no less misleading, arguments … Continue reading Why Vote Leave: Part 6 – The Environment

REVIEW: Buffalo Summer – Second Sun

Second Sun is the sophomore effort from Welsh rockers Buffalo Summer, taking the bluesy classic rock established by their eponymous 2013 debut and using it as a foundation to reach entirely new heights. The four lads from Neath have somehow maintained their familiar sound yet demonstrate an evolution in song-writing that indicates they've a future … Continue reading REVIEW: Buffalo Summer – Second Sun

Cameron’s referendum behaviour is unbecoming of a Prime Minister

Of all the weapons grade bullshit the Remain campaign has elected to spout about our membership of the EU, none of it has come close to Cameron's scaremongering today. Speaking at the British Museum, our Prime Minister all but professed that leaving the EU could result in World War 3. “Can we be so sure that … Continue reading Cameron’s referendum behaviour is unbecoming of a Prime Minister

Why Vote Leave: Part 4 – The Democratic Arguement

In the run up to the referendum I intend to post a blog each Sunday detailing the reasons why Britain will be better off outside the European Union. These posts will cover the following topics: the economy, influence, democracy, security, the environment, cost, and reform. "There can be no democratic choice against the European treaties." … Continue reading Why Vote Leave: Part 4 – The Democratic Arguement