Tuesday , May 28 2024

Joshua Chohan

Joshua Chohan is a regional executive in the Conservative party and stood in the local government elections in May. Joshua is also a member of the CANZUK international team as an associate.

2020 was a year of national sacrifice. Let’s make 2021 a year of national renewal

Throughout 2020 the entire nation rose to the challenge of fighting covid-19. Everyone from kids to supermarket checkout staff has acted heroically in fighting this virus. As we look hopefully beyond the rolling lockdowns and national curbs on our freedom, I believe that 2021 can be an excellent year for …

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The British public have acted heroically, we should trust their judgment when restrictions are eased

At first I was sceptical about how effective this lock down would be. I should say I remain highly sceptical about the effectiveness of this lockdown and its impact on slowing this virus. But that’s a discussion for another day. Today we should recognise the heroic effort of the British …

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Why I’m backing Boris in this Tory beauty pageant

This leadership contest was turning into an identikit Tony Blair TV prepped media circus. With May’s former cabinet colleagues and over optimistic backbenchers struggling to distinguish themselves from her failed Brexit plan. That was until I saw Boris take to the stage. Once again, his energy and star quality stood …

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She’s only gone and offered them a second referendum

That’s what a colleague and fellow Conservative activist said as he phoned me yesterday afternoon while I was out walking with my family. Initially I was amazed, but as I sipped my coffee yesterday afternoon, I realised that this is exactly what I’ve come to expect from Theresa May. She …

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Public transport and how we solve the problem

Whenever we hear the words “public transport” one of three things come to mind. The first thing is generally delays, which being frank I despise. The second thing is generally the tube system in London, and the third thing that rushes to mind swiftly after is trains. Public transport in …

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It’s time to deliver the promised real Brexit

Down but not out, Theresa May carries on. This week has certainly been a testing one for the Prime Minister. She’s seen her Brexit deal voted down by the House of Commons and to add insult to injury she and her government have had to wrestle with a no confidence …

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