Tag Archives: Waleed Ghani

How fringe parties have changed British politics

British politics is witnessing a surge in the relevance of minor political parties. UKIP have gained two elected MPs. The SNP are threatening to hold the balance of power in the 2015 Election. David Cameron has proposed a seven-way TV debate between the leaders of Labour, the Lib Dems, UKIP, the Green Party, the SNP […]

Will fringe political parties ever go “mainstream”?

Increasing frustration and apathy with the main political parties could lead to a resurgence of votes for fringe parties, according to Waleed Ghani, leader of the newly re-formed Whig party. “It goes back to last May,” he said, “with the European Elections and the local elections. I don’t think I was alone in thinking there […]