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Exclusive With Sargon Event Organiser: Antifa Violence Shuts Down Event

Exclusive With Sargon Event Organiser: Antifa Violence Shuts Down Event

Backbencher March 6, 2018 8

Correction: This article has been updated to remove speculation that the Antifa protests may have been connected to strike action, and that university officials directly requested that the event be cancelled just before it

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Hard-left activists picket Labour Antisemitism hearings

Hard-left activists picket Labour Antisemitism hearings

Backbencher January 24, 2018 0

A group of hard-left activists and Antisemitism apologists (at best), calling themselves ‘Labour Against The Witch Hunt’, picketed a meeting of the Labour Party’s National Executive Committee, which took place in London on Tuesday.

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Brexit “a mistake not a disaster” claims David Cameron

Brexit “a mistake not a disaster” claims David Cameron

Backbencher January 24, 2018 0

Former Prime Minister David Cameron has been filmed admitting that Brexit isn’t going as badly as he expected. Speaking to Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal he stated that regarding Brexit “It’s frustrating, as I keep saying

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WATCH: Brexit The Movie

WATCH: Brexit The Movie

Backbencher May 13, 2016 0

Watch the full version of Brexit: The Movie – the crowdfunded film making the case for Britain to LEAVE the EU on June 23rd. For more information on the film, please visit brexitthemovie.com A

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The Backbencher Needs You!

The Backbencher Needs You!

Backbencher April 22, 2015 0

The Backbencher needs you! The Backbencher.co.uk has been trying to expand again after a bumpy start this year. We have decided that it’s time to bring on new daily and weekly contributors. If you

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Unsure Voters Find Stability with New Website

Unsure Voters Find Stability with New Website

Backbencher March 24, 2015 1

Edward Oldfield, “Who do I vote for” is a question often asked around the country. Nigel Farage once said that pubs are where people decide how to vote. In the case of two brothers-in-law

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The State Of Libya

The State Of Libya

Backbencher July 3, 2014 0

Contrary to a plethora of Western political analysis and media commentary following the 25 June 2014 general elections for the new Libyan parliament, the Council of Representatives, the State of Libya is not in

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Ed Miliband Is Clutching At Straws

Ed Miliband Is Clutching At Straws

Backbencher June 26, 2014 0

The Labour leader’s gimmicks and populism have destroyed his credibility. Another week passes and another policy announcement can be heard from team Miliband. In his most recent attempt to shore the diminishing Labour lead in the

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Thoughts on Recent Developments in Syria and Iraq.

Thoughts on Recent Developments in Syria and Iraq.

Backbencher June 12, 2014 1

About this time last year the US, UK and French governments were looking into the possibility of offering support to rebel groups in Syria. I made my opposition very clear on this Blog and

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The Echo Chamber That Are Western Humanitarian Summits

The Echo Chamber That Are Western Humanitarian Summits

Backbencher June 12, 2014 0

Who really benefits from self indulgent Western summits and campaigns about problems a world away? This week sees the UK play host to a global summit on sexual violence in war, part of a

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