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The Bus Services Bill: Putting Passengers Last

The Bus Services Bill: Putting Passengers Last

Thomas Walker May 23, 2016 0

Many of the controversial new policies announced in this week’s Queen’s Speech have been subject to intense debate and analysis. However, the new Bus Services Bill largely seems to have slipped through unnoticed. On

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Where do the Presidential Candidate stand on Cannabis?

Where do the Presidential Candidate stand on Cannabis?

Alex MacDonald May 23, 2016 0

Cannabis is a hot topic going into this year’s presidential elections. We know that voters are engaged with the cannabis debate as a growing political issue in Western democracies, both on an economic and

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Our Mizu Shobai adore the EU

Our Mizu Shobai adore the EU

Jon Stanley May 21, 2016 0

Luvvies from across the cultural spectrum are rushing to sing the praises of the EU and oppose Brexit. Why is it that this spectrum of characters (a very narrow spectrum) seem to hate Brexit

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Does David Cameron have any opinions at all?

Does David Cameron have any opinions at all?

Alex MacDonald May 20, 2016 0

Cameron’s CBI speech is one to rally the Tory troops to battle, and unfortunately for him, one which he would now rather forget. That war cry of a speech, which highlighted the UK’s exceptional

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Ticking the Young/Gay/Disbabled/Ethnic box – Virtue signaling dressed up as responsibility in Politics

Ticking the Young/Gay/Disbabled/Ethnic box – Virtue signaling dressed up as responsibility in Politics

Alan Findlay May 20, 2016 0

Probably the youngest mayor in the world @TerenceSmith14 is the best selfie taker in the world #Goole pic.twitter.com/Nha21dpdE5 — Goolie (@Goolie6) 14 May 2016 With the establishment political parties literally dying on the their

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U-turns have characterised this Conservative government

U-turns have characterised this Conservative government

Chloe Mingay May 20, 2016 0

A year ago we saw perhaps the most surprising and spectacularly dramatic General Election results night. Bit optimistic! is all I had to say to the exit polls. I woke up as a devastated

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The EU makes the Queen’s Speech meaningless

The EU makes the Queen’s Speech meaningless

Douglas Carswell May 19, 2016 0

The Queen’s speech is meant to tell us what new laws to expect. But wasn’t something missing? Many of the new laws we’ll be subject to this year weren’t announced yesterday, or included in

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Spads Review – Can a 5 minute Political Comedy work?

Spads Review – Can a 5 minute Political Comedy work?

Derek Scott May 19, 2016 0

‘Spads’, or ‘Special Advisors’, are the media, political or economic advisors that political parties of varying stripes have adopted in recent decades in increasing numbers. Partly this is to fill knowledge gaps with specialist

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The European Working Time Directive puts the NHS in the worst of both worlds

The European Working Time Directive puts the NHS in the worst of both worlds

Jon Stanley May 18, 2016 0

Doctors’ training is arduous. There’s a lot to be learned and practiced to achieve the competences required to be a consultant working for the NHS. The European Working Time Directive impacts negatively on this

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The Positive Case for Brexit

The Positive Case for Brexit

Matthew Cowley May 16, 2016 0

Brexit is an inherently positive concept. It is not the insular isolationist picture so often painted, but rather something progressive. Embracing global free trade, revitalising democracy and local government, moving forwards into a globalising

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