Parliament

Shedding Light on the Prevalence of the Online Drug Market

Shedding Light on the Prevalence of the Online Drug Market

29/11/2013

Parliament:

The parliament found themselves in an awkward position when trying to explain why staff members visited illegal drug sites 484 times in 2013. Officials claim that there… Read More ›

Civil Liberties Commission Hears Whistle Blower Testimony

Civil Liberties Commission Hears Whistle Blower Testimony

05/11/2013

Parliament:

On the heels of Edward Snowden’s dramatic revelations about the nature of national spying programs, many nations are beginning to investigate some of the accusations… Read More ›

Continued Backlash Against ‘Bedroom Tax’

Continued Backlash Against ‘Bedroom Tax’

13/10/2013

Parliament:

The so-called ‘bedroom tax,’ which significantly changes the way housing benefits and taxes are managed, has received a significant amount of public scrutiny from both… Read More ›

Charter Needed in Lieu of Privy Council


Charter Needed in Lieu of Privy Council


04/10/2013

Parliament:

The Privy Council is one of the last remaining vestiges of the monarchy in the UK. There are some 600 members on this Council and… Read More ›

National Service to be Reconsidered in Parliament


National Service to be Reconsidered in Parliament


12/09/2013

Parliament:

The UK national service, which was abolished in 1960, involved the mandatory conscription into a year of charitable or military service. The idea of bringing… Read More ›

Proposed Parliamentary Salary Increase Shot Down

Proposed Parliamentary Salary Increase Shot Down

23/07/2013

Parliament:

In a time of widespread economic uncertainty, subjects like increasing the salary of member of Parliament rubs many, including these politicians themselves, the wrong way.… Read More ›