Author: Chris Bradford

Guild to remain impartial in event of People’s Vote

Guild Summit has reached a consensus that Liverpool Guild of Students should support the concept of a ‘People’s Vote’ on the final Brexit deal, but in the event of a referendum occurring, the Guild should remain impartial. This is an amendment to Vice President, Jonathan Foster’s original motion on Change It, which suggested that the Guild should support a People’s Vote and to campaign to Remain in the European Union (EU) if one should arise. Foster’s proposal received 97 ‘up’ likes and 35 ‘down’ likes, so the proposition was debated at Guild Summit. Guild Summit is a democratic exercise, composed...

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INTERVIEW: Guild VP Jonathon Foster on Supporting a People’s Vote

Guild Vice President Jonathon Foster put forward a motion through the Guild’s “Change It” system yesterday which advocated that the Guild should support a People’s Vote on the final terms of the Brexit agreement. I interviewed Jonathon to find out the reasons behind his proposal. What motivated you to create this petition? Originally, I was not in favour of a People’s Vote and was sceptical of the arguments. However, I’ve changed my stance amid the unfolding chaos in Parliament. What people voted for in 2016 has not come to pass. We are in a worse position if we leave under the current terms...

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In Conversation with Damien Moore MP

Damien Moore, member of Parliament (MP) for Southport, is the only Conservative MP in the Merseyside region. He was elected in the snap general election of 2017 after being unsuccessful in the 2015 general election. Damien spoke about election night in June 2017 where his team originally would not let him go to the declaration in Southport, despite wanting to himself. Damien reiterated how he was still confident about securing victory in Southport despite the national result of the general election. Prior to the question and answer session, Damien also emphasised the importance of becoming involved in local politics, commending...

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Wirral Council leader to stand down

Wirral Council leader, Phil Davies, has decided to retire from politics and will stand down in 2019. He is the latest councillor to resign after a reported Momentum ‘take-over’ in the Birkenhead Constituency Labour Party. Momentum are supportive of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party and the reported ‘take-over’ comes following Labour’s performance in the 2017 general election. Critics are sceptical of the far-left group who are attempting to try and de-select MPs who may not be loyal to Corbyn, although Momentum claim they are trying to bring the party closer to its members. Within Wirral council, deputy leader George...

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England Lions roar in defeat

Dr. Seuss, famously, said: don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened. Tears undoubtedly flowed across the nation following England’s agonising 2-1 World Cup semi-final defeat to Croatia. This was despite the fact that 23 Lions made the nation dream and fall in love with the England team. 23 Lions swept those who are not really arsed about the success or failings of the England team on a journey and re-kindled pride in a national team bereft of success. They unified the country at a time of need, especially after the mess Theresa May and her cronies are...

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