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Does David Cameron have any opinions at all?

Does David Cameron have any opinions at all?

Alex MacDonald May 20, 2016 0

Cameron’s CBI speech is one to rally the Tory troops to battle, and unfortunately for him, one which he would now rather forget. That war cry of a speech, which highlighted the UK’s exceptional

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Patronising the public will lose Cameron this referendum

Patronising the public will lose Cameron this referendum

Douglas Carswell May 9, 2016 0

First we were told Brexit could mean the end of the Premier League. Then they said it would destroy London’s economy. Yesterday George Osborne told us house prices would collapse. Today David Cameron is

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Two Terms, Ten Years and One Kitchen! – Final PMQs of this Parliament review

Two Terms, Ten Years and One Kitchen! – Final PMQs of this Parliament review

Robert Tyler March 25, 2015 0

Today saw the last session of Prime Minister’s Questions of this Parliament before it being dissolved next week. This was Prime Minister David Cameron’s 146th appearance since taking the job in May of 2010.

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Grayling to get the axe at next reshuffle?

Grayling to get the axe at next reshuffle?

Milton May 26, 2014 1

I’m hearing rumours that Chris Grayling is “in line for the chop” at the next government reshuffle. Sources tell me that the government is looking to bring in younger faces ahead of the next

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Confused Cameron rules out electoral pact with Ukip

Confused Cameron rules out electoral pact with Ukip

Milton May 23, 2014 0

  “We are the Conservative Party, we don’t do pacts and deals,” were the words on Sky News from a confused Prime Minister, who is currently in an electoral pact with the Liberal Democrats.

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What can we learn from Cameron’s inquiry into the Muslim Brotherhood?

What can we learn from Cameron’s inquiry into the Muslim Brotherhood?

Backbencher April 9, 2014 0

Prime Minister David Cameron’s decision last Tuesday to launch an investigation into the Muslim Brotherhood thrust political Islam into the spotlight once more.   Once again the binary perspectives on the Muslim Brotherhood are grabbing

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Cameron’s PR Team try and fail at Twitter banter.

Cameron’s PR Team try and fail at Twitter banter.

Milton March 7, 2014 1

David Cameron’s Twitter team have responded to Sir Patrick Stewart online, after the actor led a world-wide mock of The Prime Minister’s recent phone selfie. However, and as to be expected, the response has

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The leadership deficit in British politics

The leadership deficit in British politics

Backbencher January 1, 2014 2

James Evans bemoans a lack of strong leadership in British politics, and examines potential reasons for this. ‘With great power comes great responsibility’; this is a paradigm of western political society, credited to the

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Energy Price Freezes Have Nothing To Do With Labour’s Rash Rhetoric

Energy Price Freezes Have Nothing To Do With Labour’s Rash Rhetoric

Richard Elliott December 2, 2013 1

This morning, NPower, one of the now infamous ‘big six’ energy companies at work in Britain, announced that it would not be raising its bill prices until Spring 2015. To add to that, British

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Help to Buy scheme “is one of the most misguided initiatives ever”

Help to Buy scheme “is one of the most misguided initiatives ever”

Backbencher November 20, 2013 1

  Are you unsure about the government’s Help to Buy scheme? Do you believe that it is another bubble waiting to happen, or that, in actual fact, the idea is a helping hand to

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