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Why the Republicans Will Hold Congress

Why the Republicans Will Hold Congress

Alexander Fiúza October 2, 2016 0

Beneath the excitement of the US Presidential elections are the similarly important but far less reported elections to the House of Representatives and the Senate; the victors will wield immense power over the future

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How 2016 Could be Gary Johnson’s Year

How 2016 Could be Gary Johnson’s Year

Matthew Cowley September 21, 2016 0

His failure to reach the first Presidential debate – polling at an average of around 10% nationally – would seem to have put to rest any chance of Libertarian nominee, Gary Johnson, occupying the

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Why is Donald Trump Accelerating in the Polls? Clinton & Trump Neck and Neck.

Why is Donald Trump Accelerating in the Polls? Clinton & Trump Neck and Neck.

Joe Peverill June 1, 2016 0

The Democratic Party could hardly believe their good fortune last month when it became apparent that Hillary Clinton was headed to a general election showdown with Donald Trump. In their eyes, the presumptive Republican

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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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Lib Dem Conference Shows Signs Of A New Liberal Revival

Lib Dem Conference Shows Signs Of A New Liberal Revival

Tom Davies September 29, 2015 0

You may not have been aware of this, but the Liberal Democrats have just met in sunny Bournemouth for their autumn conference. The mood was not the much anticipated dreary dirge of the defeated

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Liberals Watch Out – Corbyn’s About

Liberals Watch Out – Corbyn’s About

Tom Davies August 23, 2015 1

If you’ve listened to pretty much anyone who has attempted to given an educated opinion on the issue – apart from Owen Jones and people on your Facebook newsfeed who have jumped on every

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Has The Time Come for Labour’s Position as Opposition?

Has The Time Come for Labour’s Position as Opposition?

Tom Davies August 14, 2015 1

Given all this debate at the moment about Jeremy Corbyn and the possibility of a party split and/or full on collapse, does anybody else feel like the Labour party might be nearing the end

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The Liberals need to stay liberal To Shake Off The Anoraks

The Liberals need to stay liberal To Shake Off The Anoraks

Tom Davies August 9, 2015 0

Bruce Anderson, a man who was referred to me recently as the epitome of a retired shires Colonel, has written a particularly aggressive piece for the right-wing site Capx about how the Liberal Democrats

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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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Let’s Talk about Weed: 420 Special

Let’s Talk about Weed: 420 Special

Robert Tyler April 20, 2015 0

It’s 4/20! So let’s talk about why Cannabis is still illegal… It’s weird to think that, in an age where more and more old ‘social taboos’ are being liberalised, marijuana is still illegal. The reasons

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