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How Brexit Will Save the Union

How Brexit Will Save the Union

Alexander Fiúza October 9, 2016 0

Enough time has passed since the earthquake of the referendum that the new order can begin to be seen. A much underreported development in this regards the Union. It is not that it won’t

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The Remainers Can’t Crow Yet, But Neither Can The Leavers

The Remainers Can’t Crow Yet, But Neither Can The Leavers

Oliver Shore September 23, 2016 0

It’s roughly three months on from the vote to leave the European Union. To a certain extent the post-vote turmoil has now calmed down, and doubtless there remain bumps on the road ahead, but

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The Remain Campaign’s plan to bluewash the Last Night of the Proms

The Remain Campaign’s plan to bluewash the Last Night of the Proms

Elena Rider September 9, 2016 0

So the latest bright idea from the remain camp is as follows: crowd fund £1000 to buy thousands of EU flags, distribute them to audiences at the Last Night of the Proms this Saturday

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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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Can an Independent Scotland Flourish after Brexit?

Can an Independent Scotland Flourish after Brexit?

Alan Findlay August 21, 2016 0

To properly answer this question, there are more than a few questions to be considered. First, lets look at three possible outcomes for Scotland post-Brexit. 1. We could vote to be nominally ‘independent’ then

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UK politics needs a realignment, but this can only happen with the introduction of PR

UK politics needs a realignment, but this can only happen with the introduction of PR

Ioan Phillips July 29, 2016 0

The kaleidoscope of British politics is in a state of flux post-Brexit. By dividing Britain between pro and anti-globalisation forces, the EU referendum revealed old political dividing lines to be redundant. This should be

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Theresa May: making her enemies look pathetic by beating them at their own game

Theresa May: making her enemies look pathetic by beating them at their own game

Elena Rider July 15, 2016 0

So you’d think the feminists would have been pleased with the prospect of the next Prime Minister being a woman, right? Wrong: You know what women's liberation doesn't look like? A choice of two

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Entrepreneurs Will Thrive in Post-Brexit Britain

Entrepreneurs Will Thrive in Post-Brexit Britain

Sorcha Ni Bhuaigh July 15, 2016 0

The aftermath of the EU referendum has seen widespread panic and speculation from nearly every pro-Remain campaigner regarding the future of Britain’s economy. Recently, the German FDP party commissioned a London billboard saying “Dear

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Why Michael Gove Should Be The Next Prime Minister

Why Michael Gove Should Be The Next Prime Minister

Matthew Cowley July 4, 2016 0

Michael Gove’s combination of liberal Conservative politics and experience in high office make him the ideal candidate to be our next Prime Minister. He opened his campaign with a speech which represented the sort

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The United Kingdom Will Stay United

The United Kingdom Will Stay United

Alexander Fiúza June 30, 2016 0

One of the various straws clutched at by Europhiles aggrieved with the voting public is that our vote to Leave will trigger the disintegration of the United Kingdom. Starting with the questionable premise that

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