This May 5th is the General Election. Who should I vote for? Should I even vote at all? As we head into the final week of campaigning, I way up the choices and try to convince myself that my vote actually counts.
On Tuesday, the Conservative Party elected their 4th leader since John Major was defeated at the 1997 general election.
Prime Ministers are such a part of day-to-day life, that when they change, it prompts you to reflect on their period in office, and how their tenure effected your own life.
Whilst I no longer want to ‘tactically vote’ or have my MP hold on to a ‘safe seat’, I’d much rather see continued reform towards fairer representation across all parts of government.
I’ve been living in Littlehampton for almost a year now, yet working 25 miles away from Brighton has meant enduring the somewhat tedious chore that is commuting. This is often a more eventful affair when the journey is taken later in the evening, and tonight was no different.