Political Betting at William Hill is Always a Challenge

Political betting has always been popular for the players who want something different in the betting world. Since William Hill announced their odds on General Elections in 1964, the popularity of political betting has increased enormously. Today, William Hill continues to announce betting tips for almost all events in the political world of Great Britain. The General Election in the United Kingdom will take place … Continue reading Political Betting at William Hill is Always a Challenge

Ben Bradshaw: The New Paul Nuttall?

BY ALEXIA JAMES UKIP’s leader Paul Nuttall has something of a reputation for fibbing. His more notorious fibs include losing close friends in the Hillsborough tragedy, having a PhD and playing football for Tranmere Rovers. Nuttall has now either apologised for those false claims or blamed them on others. There’s nothing that the British public detests more than a deceitful politician and social media has … Continue reading Ben Bradshaw: The New Paul Nuttall?

The Corbynista Excuse Handbook

BY BEN PENSANT If Jeremy Corbyn loses on June 8th, expect the Corbynistas to draw on these five typical Labour excuses: 1. Stupidity Should the British people reject both Jezza’s principled socialism and the middle-class movement to stop Brexit, much will be written about the role played by the chaotic ineptness of the opposition. Don’t believe a word of it. Because who but the most educationally subnormal bin-man would fail … Continue reading The Corbynista Excuse Handbook

Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn

BY MATTHEW CORRIGAN Three years ago I watched in stunned amazement as a Qatar Airlines jet was escorted into Manchester Airport. Its captain had reported that a threat had been made against the aircraft and the RAF was sent to intervene. Thankfully it was just a hoax. Some poor passenger had lost his mind and claimed to have a bomb. Seeing the heavily-armed fighter shepherd … Continue reading Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn

General Election 2017

CSM EDITORIAL Prime Minister Theresa May’s call for a General Election yesterday morning came as a huge surprise to the opposition parties, to the media and the public. Her statement was bold and strong and delivered with a steely panache. Prior to the announcement there were rumours about a possible abdication announcement, there was talk of going to war, while Sky’s Adam Boulton speculated about … Continue reading General Election 2017