Ian McCulloch, Green Party candidate for Portsmouth South, talks to Mark Wright about electoral reform, the unpleasantness of Laura Kuenssberg and his party’s proposed second referendum on leaving the EU. Mark Wright: With the General Election coming up, what do you think are the important issues at both local and national level? Ian McCulloch: A
It’s election week and S&C visual satirist Jack Caramac is back with the final part of his Election Special series, re-imagining political leaders from the UK and USA in ways you’ve never seen before.
S&C’s resident visual satirist Jack Caramac returns with a bumper election hamper of take-offs, send-ups and put-downs. The not-so-great and the not-so-good beware!
After last week’s tough conversation with her two sons about consent and relationships, Pompey parent and writer Maddie Wallace raises the controversial issue of this week’s EU referendum. I sat down with my sons this week and talked to them about Europe. Once we got past the bit where they thought I was talking about
Portsmouth visual satirist Jack Caramac doctors images to poke fun at the great and the good – and the not so good. Here are his angles on Brexit Boris, who has just departed City Hall, and Trump, who remains the presidential frontrunner across the pond. Click on the image above to open a slideshow.
Laszlo Dumitrescu is a businessman who emigrated from Bucharest to Southsea in 2015. Following on from his adventures in Issue 1, the wealth creator casts an eye over a General Election in which he is not eligible to vote, but maintains a keen interest. David Cameron’s Tories vow to cut welfare state by further billions,