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The abuse of MPs has gone too far – we must act before another is killed

The abuse of MPs has gone too far – we must act before another is killed

Henry Tydeman January 1, 2019 0

There has been much discussion in recent times of the abuse that nasty people see fit to dole out to MPs online. Think of the most violent, obscene thing you would never dream of

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Why as a Corbynite I was blind to Corbyn’s anti-Semitism problem

Why as a Corbynite I was blind to Corbyn’s anti-Semitism problem

Henry Tydeman August 1, 2018 0

I have previously written about my own personal ‘journey out of Corbynism’, the experience of slowly but surely losing faith in the man who currently leads Her Majesty’s opposition. I thought I had comprehensively

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Why Gareth Southgate is a refreshing breath of ‘niceness’

Why Gareth Southgate is a refreshing breath of ‘niceness’

Henry Tydeman July 15, 2018 0

When I was about nine years old, an English teacher told our class that we should never describe anything or anyone as ‘nice’. It was just a really boring word, he said, and what

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My journey out of Corbynism

My journey out of Corbynism

Henry Tydeman April 24, 2018 0

I was twenty-one years old, and had recently graduated from university. I hadn’t given politics too much serious thought before the General Election of that year, but had gradually become more and more interested

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