James Galley Posts

July 19, 2016

Updated Over the period of the EU referendum and its aftermath I did live reports for both 580 CFRA and CTV in Ottawa, discussing UK politics, the referendum, the result and the new Prime Minister, Theresa May. My two appearances on CTV Ottawa: Some of…

MoreEU Referendum reporting for Canadian radio and TV

June 13, 2016

This series of articles examines and fact checks some of the Vote Leave and Britain Stronger in Europe arguments for voting to Leave or Remain in the European Union. For a short summary of both sides’ arguments look here. Vote Leave Claim: Turkey in the…

MoreEU Ref Fact Check #3: “Unelected European Commission”

June 13, 2016

This series of articles examines and fact checks some of the Vote Leave and Britain Stronger in Europe arguments for voting to Leave or Remain in the European Union. For a short summary of both sides’ arguments look here. Britain Stronger in Europe Claim: We…

MoreEU Ref Fact Check #2: Economic Benefits

June 13, 2016

This series of articles examines and fact checks some of the Vote Leave and Britain Stronger in Europe arguments for voting to Leave or Remain in the European Union. For a short summary of both sides’ arguments look here. Vote Leave Claim: Immigration into the…

MoreEU Ref Fact Check #1 – “Immigration into the UK”

June 9, 2016

EU referendum and voter registration A condensed summary of this week’s PMQs, with voter registration, workers rights, and lots of questions about the EU referendum.

MorePMQs in Short: 8th June

May 25, 2016

Tax, immigration and the EU referendum A condensed summary of this week’s PMQs, featuring George Osborne at the despatch box.

MorePMQs in Short #3: May 25th

May 11, 2016

Corruption, tax and the EU A condensed summary of this week’s PMQs, featuring Corruption, allegations of electoral fraud, the EU and more.

MorePMQs in Short #2: May 11th

May 9, 2016

On Europe Day 2016 we look at some of the issues surrounding Britain’s continued membership of the European Union and the upcoming EU referendum. The European Union is an international organisation of 28 independent member states, who pool resources and decision making power to collectively…

MoreEU Referendum: Should we stay or should we go?

May 7, 2016

With results from all across the country, Election 2016 saw regional parties becoming major players more than ever before. I look at the winners and losers in the different races. Scottish Parliament elections: Winners: Conservatives Losers: Labour For more than a generation the Conservative Party…

MoreElection 2016: Winners and Losers

May 7, 2016

Sadiq Khan has been elected Mayor of London, defeating Zac Goldsmith in the second round of voting with 57% to Goldsmith’s 43%. Labour candidate Sadiq Khan has defeated the Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith in London’s mayoral election today. Khan, had long been the favourite in…

MoreSadiq Khan elected London Mayor