Recently the High Court ruled that the Government have to involve Parliament before triggering Article 50; the decision means that there will likely be a vote before Article 50 is triggered. Remoaners rejoice! Another hurdle has been added to the race to leave the EU, with Parliament getting the chance to ignore the EU referendum result in the form … More Backing up on Brexit?
Obama speaking passionately in front of the US flag. Barack Obama’s victory in the 2008 presidential election was celebrated for numerous reasons; Obama was the first black president in the history of the United States, he was the man who was supposed to unite a nation. He was the man who was appointed to … More Is it time to revoke the Second Amendment?
As Jeremy Corbyn prepares to win his second leadership election in just over a year, the Labour party, and the rest of Britain, must start paying attention to him. On 15th February 2003, Jeremy Corbyn spoke at a rally in Hyde Park opposing the Iraq War. Corbyn fed off the cheers of appreciation from the mass … More Out with the new, in with the old
Arsenal. One word hasn’t meant so much. Numerous debates and arguments commence at the mutter of this word, with so many topics to cover. After observing their first few performances of the season, I’ve delved into their game footage to see how they play depending on who’s up front and why there’s so much chatter … More Why have goals when you can have possession?
After consecutive 1-0 losses to Aston Villa and Liverpool, Bournemouth bounced back with an enthralling 4-3 win against West Ham, defying the odds yet again. I have tipped the Cherries to stay up this season, unlike many pundits and football fans across the country. Bournemouth don’t have the financial firepower or the talent most teams … More Battling Bournemouths new blood
The new season is upon us, and fans all across the country have the excitement usually only seen with little children on Christmas Day (including me, I must admit). Amongst this delirium, I’m giving my view on who will end up in the bottom 3, who will finish in the prestigious champions league places, and … More In 10 months time
It’s nearing the end of July, and the transfer window is well underway. Newspapers have had a feast on some players like David De Geas homecoming to Real Madrid, Fabian Delphs loyalty, and Raheem Sterlings desire to leave Liverpool. These stories are just the tip of the iceberg, there have been many more rumours, deals … More Breaking the bank- the 5 biggest deals in the Premier League so far