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Cap it, Dairy Farmers – You Don’t Deserve Any Extra

Cap it, Dairy Farmers – You Don’t Deserve Any Extra

Joey Simnett August 17, 2015 0

Recently, farmers have been protesting that supermarket chains have been purchasing their milk for “below production cost” (notably Tesco, which has now apparently switched its main controversy from horses to cows, the old troublemaker). This

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Immigration Needn’t be a Side-Splitting Issue for the Smug Left

Immigration Needn’t be a Side-Splitting Issue for the Smug Left

Joey Simnett August 6, 2015 4

The Labour party is currently going through a substantive re-evaluation of what it stands for, with clashes between Jeremy Corbyn supporters and Blairites increasingly prevalent. However in order to fix Labour’s reputation in areas

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General Election Liberty List

General Election Liberty List

Robert Tyler April 22, 2015 1

With the general election only 16 days away it’s time to identify the Pro-Liberty candidates… Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months you’ll know that on May 7th the

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Lord Ashcroft Retires

Lord Ashcroft Retires

Robert Tyler March 31, 2015 0

Lord Ashcroft has announced he will be retiring from the House of Lords. Lord Ashcroft today announced that he will be stepping down from the House of Lords. This will make him one of

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Pressure builds on Karl McCartney as Tory students flee Lincoln

Pressure builds on Karl McCartney as Tory students flee Lincoln

Milton March 25, 2015 0

News out of the University of Lincoln as it has cancelled its proposed debate with all of Lincoln’s Parliamentary candidates. The University decided not to go ahead with the debates after sitting Conservative MP Karl

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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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Everybody Lost The Newark By-Election

Everybody Lost The Newark By-Election

Lee Jenkins June 12, 2014 1

Get past Tory crowing and Lib Dem nihilism, and the results were pretty bad for everybody at Newark By elections are rare and exciting things, and between General Elections they and opinion polls are

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Cameron Is Right To Reject A UKIP Pact

Cameron Is Right To Reject A UKIP Pact

Backbencher May 29, 2014 0

…but it’s time he cut Clegg loose. The growth of UKIP over the last few years has been nothing short of remarkable. After polling roughly 3% in the 2010 General Election, UKIP has been consistently polling

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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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