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Unearthed: Jeremy Corbyn believes Britain committed ‘genocide’ against Ireland

Unearthed: Jeremy Corbyn believes Britain committed ‘genocide’ against Ireland

James Bickerton March 19, 2017 0

A video has re-emerged of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn claiming that the Great Irish Famine of 1845-52 was the result of deliberate British policy, and amounted to ‘genocide against the Irish people’. In a

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The Left are Not the Majority

The Left are Not the Majority

Thomas Walker September 5, 2016 1

At Jeremy Corbyn’s recent rally in Milton Keynes, one warm-up act proudly declared that “the time of the majority has come”. Quite apart from the alarming disdain for individual rights that line displays, it

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Sadiq Khan Invests in his Future

Sadiq Khan Invests in his Future

Alexander Fiúza August 21, 2016 0

Taking a break from dropping campaign promises and banning unfashionable adverts, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has endorsed Labour leadership contender Owen Smith. Capable of repeating the electoral performance of Ed Milliband against an unexceptional

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WATCH: Why Jeremy Corbyn’s Plan To Introduce Rent Controls Is A Bad Idea

WATCH: Why Jeremy Corbyn’s Plan To Introduce Rent Controls Is A Bad Idea

Sophie Sandor August 17, 2016 0

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Corbyn’s Railway Rhetoric is Completely Half-Baked

Corbyn’s Railway Rhetoric is Completely Half-Baked

Thomas Walker August 16, 2016 0

Jeremy Corbyn has been upping his calls to renationalise the railways in the wake of the recent strikes at Southern rail. Today he is unveiling his leadership campaign, centred on bringing rail and bus

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The Frightening Experience of a Jeremy Corbyn Rally

The Frightening Experience of a Jeremy Corbyn Rally

Thomas Walker August 15, 2016 0

On Saturday 13 August, the Jeremy Corbyn show arrived in Milton Keynes. With a stage set up on top of the Fire Brigade Union’s vintage 1990 tender truck, the scene was set for an

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The Labour Party: Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place

The Labour Party: Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Matthew Cowley August 7, 2016 0

You can often tell whether someone is backing Owen Smith or Jeremy Corbyn by whether they say that the Shadow Cabinet is half empty or half full. As the Labour leadership battle whimpers on,

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UK politics needs a realignment, but this can only happen with the introduction of PR

UK politics needs a realignment, but this can only happen with the introduction of PR

Ioan Phillips July 29, 2016 0

The kaleidoscope of British politics is in a state of flux post-Brexit. By dividing Britain between pro and anti-globalisation forces, the EU referendum revealed old political dividing lines to be redundant. This should be

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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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The Tangled web of Feminists, Free Speech, and the Internet

The Tangled web of Feminists, Free Speech, and the Internet

Elena Rider June 13, 2016 0

Back in September 2015 Angela Merkel was accidentally overheard asking Mark Zuckerberg what he was going to do about ‘hateful’ anti-immigration Facebook posts. He told her that he’s working on it. Just think about

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