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Student debt, the lie Labour ‘never told’

Student debt, the lie Labour ‘never told’

Ed Creedy July 25, 2017 1

Labour admits it couldn’t wipe students debt away. We’ve recently seen a flurry of denials of Labour’s pre-election promise to eradicate student debt. It was a promise that dominated headlines, and saw young people flock to Corbyn’s

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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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Those singing ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’ don’t represent the working-class

Those singing ‘Oh Jeremy Corbyn’ don’t represent the working-class

Matt Jackson June 29, 2017 0

I don’t know about you, but I’ve always had an annoying tendency to start chanting catchy tunes at inappropriate times. So it was then that on Sunday, while talking with family I started, without

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Five Reasons Why Corbyn Is Unfit To Lead Britain

Five Reasons Why Corbyn Is Unfit To Lead Britain

Matt Cooper June 27, 2017 0

He may have stuck by his principles since first being elected in 1983, but there are a number of reasons why many believe that Corbyn is unfit to be Prime Minister, and these reasons

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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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What and who are the Conservatives for anymore?

What and who are the Conservatives for anymore?

Matt Jackson June 18, 2017 0

I’ve always hated maths.  Long ago I decided that as long as I could count the correct change I’m due in a pub, I’d get by just fine. But as notes began to pass

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The Hysterical UK Left

The Hysterical UK Left

David Bone June 18, 2017 0

The past decade has provided us with a steady and constant stream of political surprises. The election of Barack Obama was a beacon of hope and symbol of Americas post-racial identity. In Britain the

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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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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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