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Hate Is All The Labour Movement Have Left

Hate Is All The Labour Movement Have Left

Lee Jenkins October 9, 2015 2

Ugly scenes outside the Conservative Party Conference earlier this week were grease to the mill for politics geeks, but for the fully rounded human beings that make up the other 99.87 percent of the

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4 Ways Corbyn’s Leadership Could Change The Parties

4 Ways Corbyn’s Leadership Could Change The Parties

Joey Simnett September 12, 2015 0

Rebellious left wing MP Jeremy Corbyn has just been voted in as the leader of the Labour Party. Corbyn managed to nab 59.5% of the vote in just the first round, with Burnham, Cooper

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Justice Reform – Free It Up

Justice Reform – Free It Up

Michael Shaw August 21, 2015 0

Prisons across the country are at breaking point. Financially, as a country, we cannot go on like this; the current system is quite simply costing far too much. It is not only failing us

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Rejoice – The Left Are In Turmoil Across Europe

Rejoice – The Left Are In Turmoil Across Europe

Lee Jenkins July 22, 2015 0

Labour’s current turmoil is a symptom of a disease that’s ravaging social democratic parties across the continent The May General Election was a trauma to Britain’s Labour Party from it  will not quickly recover.

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Who’s Who in the Race to Replace Cameron?

Who’s Who in the Race to Replace Cameron?

Robert Tyler March 25, 2015 0

On Monday, Texas Senator Ted Cruz fired the starting pistol on the Republican Party Presidential Primary race for 2016 by announcing his full candidacy for the nomination. Cruz is the first candidate to announce

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The Tories Embrace Devolution For Scotland

The Tories Embrace Devolution For Scotland

Backbencher June 6, 2014 0

At last, the Conservative Party has embraced devolution. The past week has seen a remarkable volte-face when it comes to Conservative attitudes towards devolution in Scotland. It was not that long ago that the

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Can Libertarianism Ever Be A Viable Force In British Politics?

Can Libertarianism Ever Be A Viable Force In British Politics?

Backbencher April 24, 2014 2

The upcoming European elections, like every election, will present a dilemma for British libertarians. Ignoring the option of not voting at all, which party deserves the libertarian vote? Providing they supply some candidates, they

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About Time, Too, Maria Miller – But Now What?

About Time, Too, Maria Miller – But Now What?

Backbencher April 9, 2014 0

Rob Tyler reflects on how another Maria Miller debacle can be avoided in future So Maria Miller has finally resigned, but only after having done an immense amount of damage both to her own,

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Cleggageddon?

Cleggageddon?

Backbencher March 21, 2014 0

The LibDems’ current electoral strategy is increasing the Tories’ chance of an overall majority in 2015, argues Jack Wharton Political pundits and the media alike, never letting facts get in the way of a

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The Clement Attlee You Probably Haven’t Heard About

The Clement Attlee You Probably Haven’t Heard About

Backbencher January 23, 2014 5

Sometimes described as the ‘Thatcher of the Left’, Prime Minister Attlee is often showered with praised as the man who created a modern and progressive Britain. His 11.7% swing against Winston Churchill in the

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