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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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Op Ed: Immigration And The Death Of A Nation?

Op Ed: Immigration And The Death Of A Nation?

Backbencher May 16, 2014 0

Mass uncontrolled immigration, argues Jack Wharton, represents more of a danger to the social cohesiveness of a nation than the economic benefits it brings Margaret Thatcher once said, on the subject of immigration, ‘you’ve

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How To Smash The 6 Anti Immigrant Arguments

How To Smash The 6 Anti Immigrant Arguments

Lee Jenkins April 24, 2014 11

Immigration will be a topic at the front and centre of the European Elections, as well as a salient issue in next year’s General Election. Opponents of immigration have six common arguments at their

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Why inequality matters, and how the Right can address it

Why inequality matters, and how the Right can address it

Daniel Pryor April 9, 2014 0

(Photo by Ilias Bartolini) Daniel Pryor argues that free market policies are often best-placed to combat inequality. Those of us who extol the virtues of smaller government and the free market often seem to

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Accepting Homophobia In Islam Is Lazy Racism

Accepting Homophobia In Islam Is Lazy Racism

Lee Jenkins March 27, 2014 1

It’s our fault a handful of bigots have hijacked Islam A 2009 poll by Gallup found that British Muslims have zero tolerance towards homosexuality. “None of the 500 British Muslims interviewed believed that homosexual acts

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Vince Cable: Out of touch with reality

Vince Cable: Out of touch with reality

Backbencher March 5, 2014 0

I’ve never thought of Vince Cable as a radical. Yet the Business Secretary has proved quite unmanageable of late. He must be the only politician who thinks an influx of 212,000 mostly jobless EU

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The black sheep of Switzerland.

The black sheep of Switzerland.

Old Holborn February 10, 2014 9

The Swiss have always been keen on direct democracy, local taxation and possess a very federal mentality. A quick look at their history will see regular referendums since 1848, four official languages, 13 political

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UKIP: The Anti Everything Party

UKIP: The Anti Everything Party

Lee Jenkins January 23, 2014 3

In positioning themselves as the broad party of protest, UKIP are reaping what they sowed Last week’s revelations of a UKIP councillor who claims that Same Sex Marriage has caused flooding would be comical

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New UKIP – Old Labour

Lee Jenkins December 13, 2013 17

The Labour your father voted for is back, but it isn’t being led by Ed Miliband For a time it seemed we had a balance in mainstream British politics; two parties of the Centre

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Why Austerity Hurts The Left

Why Austerity Hurts The Left

Lee Jenkins December 12, 2013 0

The debate over austerity should an open goal for the political Left, so why can’t they score? Asked what the stand out word or expression of this parliament is, and ‘austerity’ will be a

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