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Corbynmania at Glastonbury: Why Drugs are Bad

Corbynmania at Glastonbury: Why Drugs are Bad

Elena Rider June 24, 2017 0

Nobody can accuse Jeremy Corbyn of not knowing who his supporters are. After refusing to attend a National Armed Forces Day commemoration in Liverpool in favour of the Glastonbury Festival, he was apparently invited

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Social Media, the Tories May Want to Reconsider….

Social Media, the Tories May Want to Reconsider….

Ed Creedy June 22, 2017 0

This General Election taught us a lot. Between headlines on Brexit and ‘Dementia Tax’ one fascinating trend emerged: social media became a vast political platform, moreso even than in 2015, as the younger demographic

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Queen’s speech – A fragile government demonstrates its divisions

Queen’s speech – A fragile government demonstrates its divisions

Adam Beazley June 21, 2017 0

Certainty, consensus and complimentary. The beginning of the Queen’s Speech attempted to demonstrate how May will govern. Yet only one of those words will possibly apply, consensus, but as the DUP have made clear

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Corbyn’s Success With Youth Serves As A Reminder That Voting Age Should Not Be Lowered

Corbyn’s Success With Youth Serves As A Reminder That Voting Age Should Not Be Lowered

Matt Cooper June 18, 2017 1

As we reflect on the outcome of the General Election, it is no coincidence that Jeremy Corbyn’s Marxist manifesto was popular amongst young people. Whilst many will agree that engaging young people in politics

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Brexit Marches On

Brexit Marches On

Kyle Scott Pirie June 17, 2017 0

On June 8, Jeremy Corbyn pulled off one of the greatest upsets in British politics and due to his success the future of Brexit is in doubt. May’s vision of a “hard Brexit” is

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Jeremy Corbyn Weaponises Tragedy – Still a Nice Bloke?

Jeremy Corbyn Weaponises Tragedy – Still a Nice Bloke?

Nathan Friend June 16, 2017 0

Jeremy Corbyn is a nice bloke. He cares about people, y’know? Sure, he’s associated with the IRA, Hamas, Black September and Hezbollah; but that was definitely more about peace than being an anti-Semite or an

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General Election 2017: A victory for faux socialism

General Election 2017: A victory for faux socialism

Matt Jackson June 16, 2017 1

Before voting in last week’s elections, I collared a 31-year-old who had never voted before. I was, as a local journalist, on the prowl for some stories, who was voting for who – more

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Thanks to Labour extremism is now mainstream in UK politics

Thanks to Labour extremism is now mainstream in UK politics

James Bickerton June 14, 2017 0

Britain doesn’t do extremism. For decades, even centuries, this has been an important part of our national self-image. Our country, unlike much of Europe, overwhelmingly rejected the totalitarian appeal of both fascism and communism.

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Corbyn aide called for Britain to be made ‘ungovernable’ to resist Conservative policies

Corbyn aide called for Britain to be made ‘ungovernable’ to resist Conservative policies

James Bickerton June 13, 2017 0

Footage has emerged showing Andrew Murray, who led Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign team during the recent General Election, delivering a speech in 2013 in which he suggests the left make Britain ‘ungovernable’ in order to

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REVEALED: Corbyn’s closest adviser defended East European Communism

REVEALED: Corbyn’s closest adviser defended East European Communism

James Bickerton June 12, 2017 0

Footage has been unearthed by The Backbencher which shows Seamus Milne, Corbyn’s communications director and closest adviser, defending significant aspects of East European communist regimes during a 2009 radio interview with George Galloway. Milne

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