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Middle England: The Land Labour Left Behind

Middle England: The Land Labour Left Behind

Conor Bunting May 11, 2017 0

For many years now, the Labour Party’s electoral strategy has been one primarily of defence; namely, how can we hold off the advances of UKIP in the North and the SNP in Scotland. As

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UKIP: From Independence to Irrelevance

UKIP: From Independence to Irrelevance

Tom Ridgway April 29, 2017 0

What a political journey the ‘People’s Army’ has been on. From winning the European Parliament elections in 2014, to forcing David Cameron into holding an in/out EU referendum, it once seemed that UKIP were an unstoppable

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Another Election Campaign Can Only be Bad News for Northern Ireland

Another Election Campaign Can Only be Bad News for Northern Ireland

Rory Foye April 21, 2017 0

Two Assembly elections in the last 12 months. A referendum in 2016. A general election the year before. If going to the polls were an Olympic sport, Northern Ireland would definitely be in line

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Missed Opportunities – A Liberal Democrat Story

Missed Opportunities – A Liberal Democrat Story

Kyle Scott Pirie April 16, 2017 0

Back in 2010 the Liberal Democrats were the ‘cool’ party. Young people were excited about them. They were the kingmakers. These days, all that feels like a lifetime ago, especially given the current state

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Rupees, Pounds, and Pints

Rupees, Pounds, and Pints

Harry Watson April 6, 2017 0

As a Brit, I love a good bargain, and a bargain in the Mediterranean sun is better than any other. There I was on a recent trip to Italy seeking such financial relief, only

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Brexit Triggered – Europe Unified?

Brexit Triggered – Europe Unified?

James Taylor March 30, 2017 0

Sounding increasingly like a forlorn lover, Donald Tusk today delivered a press conference in response to the submission of article 50 and the countdown of the Brexit clock proper. Following lengthy laments at Britain’s

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Who is in the “Brexit Club”?

Who is in the “Brexit Club”?

Kyle Scott Pirie March 29, 2017 0

Nine months have passed since the Brexit vote and now it finally begins. However, the UK has never been in such disarray. In the last few months, the Government has asked for unity; they

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Corbyn’s Mission Impossible

Corbyn’s Mission Impossible

James Symonds March 28, 2017 0

Yesterday Labour launched a new offensive, I’ll call it Mission Impossible (and no, I’m not talking about the next General Election). The opposition have come up with a cunning plan for the Brexit negotiations

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Last march of the Remainers? Anti-Brexit protestors take central London

Last march of the Remainers? Anti-Brexit protestors take central London

James Bickerton March 25, 2017 4

‘I don’t give a fuck about Brexit’ shouted a largely bald man outside a Westminster pub, whilst waving a placard which linked Brexit to hate crimes. He’s clearly commandeered the placard and both him,

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Does the EU Have its Head in the Sand?

Does the EU Have its Head in the Sand?

Rory Foye March 20, 2017 1

Here’s a conundrum – how can 27 different states with 27 different interests and 27 different worldviews agree a single way forward? This is the issue the EU currently faces, and its current impasse

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