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Missed Opportunities – A Liberal Democrat Story

Missed Opportunities – A Liberal Democrat Story

Kyle Scott Pirie April 16, 2017 0

Back in 2010 the Liberal Democrats were the ‘cool’ party. Young people were excited about them. They were the kingmakers. These days, all that feels like a lifetime ago, especially given the current state

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Corbyn’s Mission Impossible

Corbyn’s Mission Impossible

James Symonds March 28, 2017 0

Yesterday Labour launched a new offensive, I’ll call it Mission Impossible (and no, I’m not talking about the next General Election). The opposition have come up with a cunning plan for the Brexit negotiations

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Corbyn: A Discredited Leader Who Needs to Go

Corbyn: A Discredited Leader Who Needs to Go

James Taylor March 10, 2017 0

Professor Stephen Hawking has this week put his neck out, to the extent that he can, to call for the resignation of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader on the basis that he “has allowed

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Corbyn, Labour, and the Collapse of the British Political Left

Corbyn, Labour, and the Collapse of the British Political Left

Joseph Osborne March 4, 2017 0

The inadequacies of the Labour Party as an electable force began with Miliband, and have only been exacerbated under the ruthlessly divisive leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. Many of his supporters point to his double

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Jeremy Corbyn Needs to Resign for the Sake of Democracy

Jeremy Corbyn Needs to Resign for the Sake of Democracy

Kieran Munro July 19, 2016 0

It is no secret that the United Kingdom is a parliamentary democracy. Every few years the British electorate flock to town halls and schools across the country to execute their democratic right at the

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Can the Left Really Unequivocally Support Remaining in the EU?

Can the Left Really Unequivocally Support Remaining in the EU?

Ben Seifert June 8, 2016 0

According to the media and the polls, I’m in the wrong camp. As a 19-year-old university student and Labour party member, the demographics say I should have a tattoo of the EU flag over

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A Brief History Of Labour Tax Avoidance

A Brief History Of Labour Tax Avoidance

Lee Jenkins April 11, 2016 2

Labour want to turn the latest tax avoidance headlines into a moral issue – but they should get their own house in order first, writes Lee Jenkins. If the narrative of some is to

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What the Left Need to do to Win People Back

What the Left Need to do to Win People Back

Joey Simnett November 25, 2015 0

The Labour Party, and the Left in general, are splashing around in the great pool of self-indulgency. Whilst nobody thought that Labour would be full steam ahead with the divisive Corbyn in charge, it

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Hate Is All The Labour Movement Have Left

Hate Is All The Labour Movement Have Left

Lee Jenkins October 9, 2015 2

Ugly scenes outside the Conservative Party Conference earlier this week were grease to the mill for politics geeks, but for the fully rounded human beings that make up the other 99.87 percent of the

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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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