Oliver Alderton

Oliver has written 17 articles for Nouse

‘New new Labour?’ Jeremy Corbyn’s second bite at the Labour leadership

Oliver Alderton explores the implications of Labour’s leadership election

End of an era?

The death of the Uzbek President throws region into uncertainty

Litvinenko report adds to UK-Russia distrust

The publication of the Litvinenko report will continue to test UK-Russia relations

A new start for Labour

Whether you are a Labour supporter or not, Corbyn’s victory in the Labour leadership contest will lead to significant changes…

Political Crisis in Stormont

The murder of Kevin McGuigan in August has been labelled by many as the spark to the current political crisis…

Another Boost for Corbyn?

In recent constituency nominations, Jeremy Corbyn has won the backing of 152 constituency parties while Andy Burnham has won 111, Yvette…

Islamic State draws Turkish Airstrikes

Between the 28th-29th July, Ankara committed to bombing raids along the Turkish-Syrian border. The targets of the bomb raids were Islamic…

Mary Creagh steps down in the race for Labour Leadership

Last week Mary Creagh, a candidate for Labour leadership, has announced that she is stepping down. At the time of…

Cameron refuses to rule out withdrawing from ECHR

This week David Cameron suggested it is possible that the UK may withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights…

Patriot Act 2.0? Congress Decides

This week the American Congress was successful in overseeing the expiration of significant sections of the Patriot Act of 2001.…

The new Conservative Cabinet

For the first time in 18 years the UK has an all-Conservative cabinet. The cabinet has seen quite a large…

Is there a need for Devolution in English Politics

With it being suggested that there will be pressure put on the winner of the next General Election to devolve…