With just six days to go before the big day, we’re proud and tickled to present more jpeg jocularity with Mr Jack Caramac, Portsmouth’s premier visual satirist.
Gareth Rees has been following politics for fifty years and has written about it for the Guardian, Contemporary Review and S&C. He chats to S&C editor and contributor to New Statesman and Private Eye, Tom [… read more ]
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!
Claire Udy is an occasional satirist for S&C. She thought joining Labour in 2015 after Corbyn was elected would be a hobby for her to learn about politics. Instead it changed her life. In that [… read more ]
It’s a no-brainer surely: a female Prime Minister knows about women’s lives and will make woman-friendly policies. Or maybe not, wonders Jenifer Flintoft of the Portsmouth & South Downs Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSDPSC). What happened [… read more ]
S&C Contributing Editor, Maddie Wallace, reports on the impact of austerity on mental health services in Portsmouth and across the country. In 2012, amidst much media fanfare, David Cameron set out his vision for ‘Parity [… read more ]
Putting her own political views aside, Oriana Bevan calls for calm and pragmatism in this uncertain post-Brexit world. Brexit has been a Pandora’s box, unleashing a whole host of new crises for British politics. Most people at the forefront [… read more ]