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Brexit gives us a chance to revolutionize housing policy

Brexit gives us a chance to revolutionize housing policy

Alastair Thompson August 12, 2017 0

The housing market is an interesting one, and one which is ailing. For decades now governments have tried to correct this dilemma, and they have failed. The majority of the previous Labour government’s focus

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Will the Irish Border Derail Brexit?

Will the Irish Border Derail Brexit?

Ben Newman August 10, 2017 0

During his visit to Northern Ireland this week, the Irish Prime Minister warned that there was little time for a solution to be found when it came to the Irish border. He is right.

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The Brexit Fallout: The Deepening Age Divide

The Brexit Fallout: The Deepening Age Divide

Richard Marshall August 2, 2017 1

Forget class war; age war is fast becoming the new reality of modern life. The grey-haired mob, who have voted continually for austerity in their own self-interest and for whom spitting on the grave

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How Trump could strengthen the ‘Special Relationship’

How Trump could strengthen the ‘Special Relationship’

S.K. Khanna August 2, 2017 0

Trump and the Special Relationship Lord Palmerston, that audacious aristocrat, once howled in the House of Commons: ‘We have no eternal allies, and we have no perpetual enemies. Our interests are eternal and perpetual,

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European leaders need reminding that Brexit truly means Brexit

European leaders need reminding that Brexit truly means Brexit

Ed Creedy July 29, 2017 0

“For the first time, I’m starting to believe that Brexit will not happen.” These are the words of Joseph Muscat, the Maltese Prime Minister whose comments were recorded in the Guardian newspaper after the

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NEW: David Davis slammed as ‘thick as mince, lazy as a toad’ by Brexit architect

NEW: David Davis slammed as ‘thick as mince, lazy as a toad’ by Brexit architect

James Bickerton July 17, 2017 0

Dominic Cummings, one of the two men who ran the successful ‘Vote Leave’ campaign calling for Britain to quit the EU has some interesting views about the competence, intelligence and vanity of Brexit Secretary

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Public-Sector Pay: Who is saying what and why?

Public-Sector Pay: Who is saying what and why?

Richard Marshall July 17, 2017 0

Suddenly in recent weeks, the issue of public sector pay has arisen again and has produced conflicting messages from the Cabinet and leading MP’s. But who is saying what, why and if anything what

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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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EXCLUSIVE: Former Vote Leave Chief explains why Brexit remains on track

EXCLUSIVE: Former Vote Leave Chief explains why Brexit remains on track

James Bickerton July 13, 2017 0

Last year’s Brexit vote was, I think, the closest thing the British centre-right has produced to a revolution in the modern era. Thatcher’s economic programme was certainly radical, but its influence over certain policy

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Why the UK Must Now Embrace the Anglosphere

Why the UK Must Now Embrace the Anglosphere

Kyle Scott Pirie June 30, 2017 0

Despite what ‘Remoaners’ tell you, there is a world beyond Europe. This is where the UK’s future lies, not in an outdated bureaucratic regime. Unfortunately, we do not sit on many natural resources and

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