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Ignore the lefty celebrations – the UNISON vs Lord Chancellor judgement is correct

Ignore the lefty celebrations – the UNISON vs Lord Chancellor judgement is correct

Keith Sinclair August 1, 2017 0

There has been no shortage of triumphalism from unions and left-wing groups emerging from the recent Supreme Court judgement in UNISON v Lord Chancellor 2017 UKSC in which the fees for entrance to the

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Brexit Marches On

Brexit Marches On

Kyle Scott Pirie June 17, 2017 0

On June 8, Jeremy Corbyn pulled off one of the greatest upsets in British politics and due to his success the future of Brexit is in doubt. May’s vision of a “hard Brexit” is

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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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Debate: Should Parents Smack Kids?

Debate: Should Parents Smack Kids?

Milton February 4, 2013 15

  Chris Grayling, the ‘Justice’ Secretary admitted recently to the press that he used to smack his kids. “You chastise children when they are bad, as my parents did me,” Grayling told the Mail

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Judicial Independence and Parliamentary sovereignty

Judicial Independence and Parliamentary sovereignty

Backbencher December 22, 2012 2

James Sharpe. ‘The supremacy of Parliament is still the general principle of our constitution.’ Those were the words of Lord Steyn in R (Jackson) v Attorney-General in 2005. In one sentence he summed up

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Cameron fuses a new approach to solving our penal system conundrum.

Cameron fuses a new approach to solving our penal system conundrum.

Christopher Gage October 24, 2012 1

It seems to be one of the questions which countless politicians have failed to answer: Do we bang ‘em up or set them free? This age-old debate has the distinct advantage of exposing a

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