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An Open Letter To My Fellow Liberals

An Open Letter To My Fellow Liberals

Lee Jenkins November 25, 2016 1

2016 hasn’t been a kind year to anybody who values open borders, global integration, free movement of peoples and the strengthening of free trade. The courses are myriad and will fill tomes of academic

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Brexit Revealed The Ugly Face Of The Progressive Left

Brexit Revealed The Ugly Face Of The Progressive Left

Lee Jenkins August 29, 2016 1

Is it safe to come out yet? Doubtful. Not since the mid-1980s has British politics been so divided and embittered. Debates, such as they are, descend into ad hominem attacks, friendships are ended, and

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The Corbyn Coup and What it Means for Labour

The Corbyn Coup and What it Means for Labour

Lee Jenkins June 27, 2016 0

No sooner was the ink dry on Cameron’s resignation letter than Labour did what the Left do best – descend into infighting. At the time of writing 12 Shadow Cabinet members have resigned. Former

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Anti Semitism Isn’t The Left’s Only Acceptable Bigotry

Anti Semitism Isn’t The Left’s Only Acceptable Bigotry

Lee Jenkins May 9, 2016 0

Last week saw Jeremy Corbyn lead Labour into its first serious electoral challenges since his landslide victory in the party’s leadership race – and the results weren’t good. Despite Sadiq Khan becoming London Mayor

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A Brief History Of Labour Tax Avoidance

A Brief History Of Labour Tax Avoidance

Lee Jenkins April 11, 2016 1

Labour want to turn the latest tax avoidance headlines into a moral issue – but they should get their own house in order first, writes Lee Jenkins. If the narrative of some is to

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When Did The NHS Become A Religion?

When Did The NHS Become A Religion?

Lee Jenkins March 28, 2016 0

Apart from immigration, health is arguably the most emotive of all public policy topics. Just as the former touches on identity and culture, the latter pertains to the health and wellbeing of our loved

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Jeremy Corbyn’s infatuation with Britain’s enemies

Jeremy Corbyn’s infatuation with Britain’s enemies

Lee Jenkins February 18, 2016 0

Since becoming Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has had his views put under spotlight like never before. Used to the cosy love-ins that were his speech circuits with guaranteed sympathetic audiences of students and CND

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ISIS Is A Shape-Shifting Beast: We’ll Need A New Whip

ISIS Is A Shape-Shifting Beast: We’ll Need A New Whip

Lee Jenkins November 24, 2015 1

The deadly terror attacks in Paris that killed 132 people and injured many more mark a particularly deadly turn in the West’s struggle to crush Islamic State (IS) – but they fit a pattern of behaviour

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Assisted Suicide – A Libertarian’s Wobble‏

Assisted Suicide – A Libertarian’s Wobble‏

Lee Jenkins October 22, 2015 0

Commuters picking up a Metro this brisk Monday morning will today have been presented with a typically bold headline from the free daily. Company director Simon Binner, 57, suffers from motor neurone disease and

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Hate Is All The Labour Movement Have Left

Hate Is All The Labour Movement Have Left

Lee Jenkins October 9, 2015 2

Ugly scenes outside the Conservative Party Conference earlier this week were grease to the mill for politics geeks, but for the fully rounded human beings that make up the other 99.87 percent of the

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