A new trajectory for the country is in the works. In the days that followed Boris Johnson’s victory of the prime minister’s office, a series of controversial events took place: the greatest being a complete reshuffle of the Cabinet.
Brexit has been at the forefront of all political debate for quite a while now. Yet, three years after the referendum, much is still uncertain. One of the nation’s biggest worries is how it will affect the property market?
Recent political discourse surrounding Brexit has led to a resurgence of the same anxieties faced by the people of England in 1649. Except, in 1649, the King was executed, and the country was in the midst of a bloody Civil War.
Brexit, as it stands today, is undecided, uncertain and erratic. It has divided both Parliament and Party and left many feeling unsure over the fate of Britain once we leave the EU.
Contenders Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt went head-to-head at ITV studios in the first televised debate since the 10 candidates were whittled down to the final two.
Two candidates remain: Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt. The two are now embarking on the most exciting stage of any Party leadership race: Hustings.
Finally, UK politics is concerning itself with areas other than Brexit. For the many people who deliberately avoided reading the latest political news, you will be pleased to discover a new fixation: The Conservative Leadership Race.
Over the past couple of months, Britain’s biggest mortgage lender, Halifax, has said that annual house prices have dropped, and the market is at its weakest rate in the last four years.