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Jacob Rees-Mogg: Low key demagogue or great conservative?

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Low key demagogue or great conservative?

Hugo Morrell-Roberts November 6, 2017 0

It has to be said that I began writing this piece expecting to find Jacob Rees-Mogg a disreputable and low-key demagogue worthy of roundabout condemnation. Sadly, perhaps for the entertainment value of this article

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Why can’t liberals tolerate Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Catholicism?

Why can’t liberals tolerate Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Catholicism?

Matt Jackson October 8, 2017 2

We discovered this week that lots of people don’t like Jacob-Rees Mogg. It seems to boil down to the fact that Mogg, a fervent Roman Catholic, believes in the teachings of Catholicism. During an

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EXCLUSIVE: Moggmentum organiser explains why Rees-Mogg should be Prime Minister

EXCLUSIVE: Moggmentum organiser explains why Rees-Mogg should be Prime Minister

James Bickerton September 14, 2017 1

Amongst the more unexpected political developments over the summer was the emergence of the unofficial ‘Moggmentum’ campaign, an effort by some activists to facilitate Jacob Rees-Mogg’s assent to the leadership of the Conservative Party.

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Why Jacob Rees-Mogg’s religious views shouldn’t end Moggmentum

Why Jacob Rees-Mogg’s religious views shouldn’t end Moggmentum

Ed Creedy September 9, 2017 2

This week, the return of our elected parliamentarians to the Commons Chamber has been overshadowed by the comments and views of a certain Jacob Rees-Mogg MP. Hotly tipped (in some circles) as an outside

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A week in work experience from a young politico: comical, curious and extraordinary

A week in work experience from a young politico: comical, curious and extraordinary

Steven Edginton July 29, 2017 0

Meeting Theresa May in Downing Street, brawling with a journalist and laughing with Nigel Farage –  Steven Edginton sums up his week shadowing political journalist Iain Dale. Two weeks ago, Eddie the work experience teenager

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Corbynites are terrified by the rise of #Moggmentum

Corbynites are terrified by the rise of #Moggmentum

James Bickerton July 15, 2017 2

Moggmentum, the grassroots campaign calling for Jacob Rees-Mogg to replace Theresa May as Conservative leader (and Prime Minister) has been picked up by supporters of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. And boy are they unhappy

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WATCH: “Jiggery Pokery” Politics does not impress Jacob Rees-Mogg on Speaker’s future

WATCH: “Jiggery Pokery” Politics does not impress Jacob Rees-Mogg on Speaker’s future

Alex MacDonald March 26, 2015 1

Conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg was not pleased with William Hague trying “jiggery pokery” politics to pass an amendment to ensure Speakers are voted on in secret in future, so MPs cannot hold grudges against those

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Con-Kip: A coalition of fruitcakes and swivel-eyed loons

Con-Kip: A coalition of fruitcakes and swivel-eyed loons

Backbencher May 20, 2013 0

The swivel-eyed loons of the Conservatives and the fruitcakes of UKIP are natural bedfellows  When describing the merits of our fellow man we are predisposed towards hostility. This is because for every positive adjective

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Cameron’s EU Budget Conundrum

Cameron’s EU Budget Conundrum

Olly Neville October 30, 2012 4

The Spectator today has reported how the Tories are panicking over an EU budget rebellion. With over 35 names supporting a motion for a real terms cut  Tory whips are in a ‘flap’ as

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