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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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Social Media, the Tories May Want to Reconsider….

Social Media, the Tories May Want to Reconsider….

Ed Creedy June 22, 2017 1

This General Election taught us a lot. Between headlines on Brexit and ‘Dementia Tax’ one fascinating trend emerged: social media became a vast political platform, moreso even than in 2015, as the younger demographic

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Corbyn’s Success With Youth Serves As A Reminder That Voting Age Should Not Be Lowered

Corbyn’s Success With Youth Serves As A Reminder That Voting Age Should Not Be Lowered

Matt Cooper June 18, 2017 1

As we reflect on the outcome of the General Election, it is no coincidence that Jeremy Corbyn’s Marxist manifesto was popular amongst young people. Whilst many will agree that engaging young people in politics

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It Was Theresa’s Campaign Wot Lost It

It Was Theresa’s Campaign Wot Lost It

Elliot King June 11, 2017 0

Believe it or not, it was just seven weeks ago when a steely Theresa May emerged from the steps of Number 10 to deliver an unexpected statement calling for an early general election that

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The Party Who Threw Their Majority Down a Toilet

The Party Who Threw Their Majority Down a Toilet

Keith Sinclair June 9, 2017 0

A few weeks ago, I wrote an article for this website arguing for the Prime Minister’s political mastery in calling a snap general election. I argued this election would answer pressing, lingering and important

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The Slow March towards a ‘One Party State’…

The Slow March towards a ‘One Party State’…

Richard Marshall May 23, 2017 0

‘The Hate rose to its climax. The voice of Goldstein had become an actual sheep’s bleat, and for an instant the face changes into that of a sheep… But in the same moment, drawing

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The Problem with The Conservative Party

The Problem with The Conservative Party

Kyle Scott Pirie May 17, 2017 1

On Tuesday, the Labour Party officially launched their manifesto and it was just as radical as the leaks initially suggested. Some of their pledges include; scrapping tuition fees, nationalising several services (the mail, energy,

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EXCLUSIVE: British conservatism becoming more atheist claims top UK humanist

EXCLUSIVE: British conservatism becoming more atheist claims top UK humanist

James Bickerton May 9, 2017 0

I’m an atheist who considers himself to be a conservative. Not so long ago a good proportion of the British conservative movement would have regarded this as a logical contradiction. You can’t be a

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May Visits Wales as Labour Withdraw from the Celtic Fringe

May Visits Wales as Labour Withdraw from the Celtic Fringe

Conor Bunting April 27, 2017 1

With every passing day, it seems, a new poll emerges to profess just how undesirable a Labour government has become to the people of the United Kingdom. Last Sunday, it was the turn of

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The Conservatives Win When They are Conservative

The Conservatives Win When They are Conservative

Alexander Fiúza November 2, 2016 0

There’s a fashionable idea that Conservative wets are more electable and that it was right-wing rigidity that confined Conservatives to the political wilderness in the Blair years. Like many fashionable ideas, it is untrue.

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