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Ignore the lefty celebrations – the UNISON vs Lord Chancellor judgement is correct

Ignore the lefty celebrations – the UNISON vs Lord Chancellor judgement is correct

Keith Sinclair August 1, 2017 0

There has been no shortage of triumphalism from unions and left-wing groups emerging from the recent Supreme Court judgement in UNISON v Lord Chancellor 2017 UKSC in which the fees for entrance to the

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The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill Explained

The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill Explained

Keith Sinclair July 15, 2017 0

So, it’s finally arrived – David Davis’ opening bid as to the nature of the UK’s relationship with the European Union following ‘Brexit-day’ in March, 2019, in the form of the European Union (Withdrawal)

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The Party Who Threw Their Majority Down a Toilet

The Party Who Threw Their Majority Down a Toilet

Keith Sinclair June 9, 2017 0

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article for this website arguing for the Prime Minister’s political mastery in calling a snap general election. I argued this election would answer pressing, lingering and important

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General Election 2017: Masterstroke or Mistake?

General Election 2017: Masterstroke or Mistake?

Keith Sinclair April 18, 2017 0

Barely an hour after the announcement from the Prime Minister today that there is to be a general election, I overheard a student on her phone as I was leaving one of the libraries

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Westminster terror reflections

Westminster terror reflections

Keith Sinclair March 26, 2017 0

Despite Donal Trump Jr’s recent interpretation of Sadiq Khan, that terror attacks are ‘part and parcel’ of life in a big city, the outpouring of goodwill since the attack on Westminster last Wednesday which

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Brexit Means it’s Time to Reinvest in the Judiciary and our Courts

Brexit Means it’s Time to Reinvest in the Judiciary and our Courts

Keith Sinclair March 5, 2017 0

If you were to ask, ‘what was the defining characteristic of David Cameron and George Osborne’s tenure in Downing Street?’ the response would likely be ‘deficit reduction.’ Emerging from the financial-crisis, ready to capitalise

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