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Is it time to admit that UKIP are finished?

Is it time to admit that UKIP are finished?

Ed Creedy January 30, 2018 0

In the wake of recent scandal and crises, are we witnessing the death throes of a party whose success in their primary objective, to leave the European Union, has left them purposeless and ultimately

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Labour disgraces itself with silence over Jared O’Mara

Labour disgraces itself with silence over Jared O’Mara

Ed Creedy January 14, 2018 0

Jared O’Mara was suspended by the Labour Party on October 25th. Now, some two and a half months later, top Labour officials remain silent on the status of the internal investigation into his suspension

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Green goes, May Stays

Green goes, May Stays

Ed Creedy December 22, 2017 1

Theresa May headed off to her final PMQs of 2017 on Wednesday, and was in resilient form as she swapped verbal spars with the leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn. The Prime Minister traded

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Corbyn has just appointed an electoral fraudster to his Parliamentary office

Corbyn has just appointed an electoral fraudster to his Parliamentary office

Ed Creedy November 10, 2017 1

Penny Mordaunt’s appointment as Secretary of State for International Development – replacing the ousted Priti Patel – has been the unfolding drama dominating political headlines over the past few days. The Tories have hogged

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Patel gone, May’s nightmare continues…

Patel gone, May’s nightmare continues…

Ed Creedy November 8, 2017 0

The developing story of Priti Patel’s numerous undeclared and secret meetings with senior Israeli officials in Israel looks to be leading to the fall from grace of another senior Tory minister. Last Wednesday we

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Opinion: Let’s not forget about pro-Spain Catalans

Opinion: Let’s not forget about pro-Spain Catalans

Ed Creedy October 27, 2017 0

Catalonia declared independance from Spain in an event that had been coming for several weeks now. Tensions had been high between separatists in the region, and the central government in Madrid, since the 1st

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Giving second jobs a second thought?

Giving second jobs a second thought?

Ed Creedy October 19, 2017 0

Earlier this week Tory MP Douglas Ross was revealed to be missing a key Commons vote, to fulfil work commitments with his other employer. That his second job involved officiating Barcelona’s home Champions League

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Is the NHS in crisis?

Is the NHS in crisis?

Ed Creedy September 30, 2017 0

“NHS in Crisis”… “NHS Faces ‘unprecedented workforce crisis’”… “NHS bed shortage crisis…”  All examples of headlines from national papers in the last few months. If our media is to be believed, the NHS is spiralling hopelessly out of

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Labour’s Conference showed the party remains bitterly divided

Labour’s Conference showed the party remains bitterly divided

Ed Creedy September 27, 2017 0

Labour ran a General Election Campaign earlier this year with one of the most socialist manifestos seen by a major party in this country. Brimming with renationalisation, radical government takeovers, and undoing many of

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Why Jacob Rees-Mogg’s religious views shouldn’t end Moggmentum

Why Jacob Rees-Mogg’s religious views shouldn’t end Moggmentum

Ed Creedy September 9, 2017 2

This week, the return of our elected parliamentarians to the Commons Chamber has been overshadowed by the comments and views of a certain Jacob Rees-Mogg MP. Hotly tipped (in some circles) as an outside

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