Following years of political turmoil, uncertainty and a growing feeling of Euroscepticism, Britain has finally left the European Union. MM spoke to prominent UKIP councillor Sean Hornby to ask about the future of his party now their job is ‘done’…
After 47 years and 30 days, the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union will end at 11pm tonight.
‘I’ve killed the Liberal Democrats. I’ve hurt the Labour Party’: Brexit Party’s Farage basks in Tory glow
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage says he’s “happier” seeing the Tory swinging exit poll than a hung parliament.
INTERVIEW: Brexit Party’s lead European elections North West candidate Claire Fox chats Farage leadership, Irish border and ‘scumbag’ Tommy Robinson
It’s election time once again, but instead of wannabe councillors knocking at your doors and littering you hallways with election leaflets, it’s the turn of those who want your vote to send them to the EU parliament (or not, as we are about to find out).
June 24. Mark the day, the morning the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union…
‘I don’t think they’ve done their research’: Mayor of Oldham says UKIP’s criticism of postal voting is ‘baseless’
The Mayor of Oldham has said that more must be done to increase voter turnout following the local elections, despite criticism of the postal vote from UKIP.
Barack Obama’s robust support of Britain’s continued EU membership is a major coup Brexit campaigners cannot dismiss, according to a Manchester expert.
Labour’s victory in the Oldham West and Royton by-election is down to a strong local candidate and ‘says nothing about Jeremy Corbyn’, according to a leading academic.
In The Conservative Party Manifesto 2015 David Cameron then ‘committed that he will only lead a government that offers an in-out referendum’ on EU membership before the end of 2017.
Stretford and Urmston Ukip candidate Kalvin Chapman believes the party can ‘hold its head high’ and gain more support in the future, despite not winning as many seats as anticipated.
Spitting Image, Private Eye and That Was The Week That Was have all provided comic relief from politics and this year’s race for Number 10 has a given rise to viral satire like never before.