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The alphabet according to the Labour Party

The alphabet according to the Labour Party

James Bickerton May 7, 2017 0

A is for Anti-Semitism, which definitely doesn’t exist in the Labour Party (and don’t let the Zionist media tell you any different). B is for Britain, a country which achieved some prominence thanks to

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Populism Doesn’t Mean What You Think

Populism Doesn’t Mean What You Think

Matthew Cowley February 2, 2017 0

Populism has become a synonym for ‘movement that we don’t like’ in the weird political universe of 2016/17. The truth is though, it isn’t some malevolent force which guides despots and dictators into power

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The strange death of Labour Britain

The strange death of Labour Britain

Ioan Phillips September 27, 2016 0

George Dangerfield, writing in his hauntingly evocative narrative of the twilight years of the Edwardian belle époque, The Strange Death of Liberal England, said that 1906 was the general election victory “from which the

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The Republican and Labour Parties: brought to the brink of destruction by demagoguery and populism

The Republican and Labour Parties: brought to the brink of destruction by demagoguery and populism

Robert Tyler September 22, 2016 0

A year ago Jeremy Corbyn was elected as leader of the Labour Party, and I said back then how he and his supporters were like the Tea Party. It has since been explained to

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No, Corbyn is not the left’s Thatcher

No, Corbyn is not the left’s Thatcher

Emile Yusupoff September 9, 2016 0

The emergence of a “counter-Thatcher” is a prevalent left-wing dream. Margaret Thatcher’s government heralded and implemented a radical change in the UK’s economic model and political culture. The post-war consensus of a mixed economy,

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The Labour Party: Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place

The Labour Party: Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Matthew Cowley August 7, 2016 0

You can often tell whether someone is backing Owen Smith or Jeremy Corbyn by whether they say that the Shadow Cabinet is half empty or half full. As the Labour leadership battle whimpers on,

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The Corbyn Coup and What it Means for Labour

The Corbyn Coup and What it Means for Labour

Lee Jenkins June 27, 2016 0

No sooner was the ink dry on Cameron’s resignation letter than Labour did what the Left do best – descend into infighting. At the time of writing 12 Shadow Cabinet members have resigned. Former

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What Tim Farron Can Learn From Justin Trudeau

What Tim Farron Can Learn From Justin Trudeau

Tom Davies October 25, 2015 0

Like many of those involved in the British liberal movement who felt that globally, our ideology could probably do with a win, I have been over the moon with the stunning election victory of

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Corbyn: The First Week

Corbyn: The First Week

Robert Tyler September 19, 2015 0

Robert Tyler looks over Jeremy Corbyn’s first week as Labour leader. “A week is a long time in politics.”, Harold Wilson once quipped. Jeremy Corbyn would do well to listen and learn from one

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Corbyn’s Victory is Good For One Thing – Changing the Debate

Corbyn’s Victory is Good For One Thing – Changing the Debate

Gareth Stone September 17, 2015 0

Since May, throughout the summer of Corbyn and beyond, one grey old canard oft repeated has been that playing to the centre ground wins elections. However devoted his supporters, Corbyn is going the other

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