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Cable’s Lib Dims cost voters with stampless campaign leaflets

Cable’s Lib Dims cost voters with stampless campaign leaflets

Milton May 11, 2014 3

News has circulated from Twickenham that Vince Cable’s campaign team have been posting stampless campaign material, meaning that voters have had to fork out funds to square it off with the postman. Milton hears

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Unlikely allies: Godfrey Bloom & feminism vs. left-wing censorship

Unlikely allies: Godfrey Bloom & feminism vs. left-wing censorship

James Williamson May 10, 2014 32

James Williamson observes how radical feminist censorship is damaging to genuine feminist speakers. Controversy often has a habit of following certain people. Many of these people, condemned by the media and the public alike,

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The European Parliamentary Election: An Undemocratic Joke

The European Parliamentary Election: An Undemocratic Joke

Backbencher May 9, 2014 5

Stephanie Surface shows how the EU’s undemocratic constitutional arrangements deprive the elected EU Parliament of any real power, and thus render the coming EU elections an elaborate charade. In a couple of weeks, voters

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It’s time to axe BBC3

It’s time to axe BBC3

Backbencher May 8, 2014 0

  Although I was only ten years old, I still remember watching BBC Three shortly after it was launched. I recall watching documentaries and science programmes which targeted younger audiences (Body Hits in particular

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Did Nigel Farage Bottle Newark?

Did Nigel Farage Bottle Newark?

Backbencher May 8, 2014 0

Nigel Farage has yet again featured in the media spotlight this week after facing a barrage of criticism across the political spectrum for not contesting the Newark constituency by-election. Mr Farage faced embarrassment during

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NUS Vice President: Racism “never cuts both ways”

NUS Vice President: Racism “never cuts both ways”

Milton May 1, 2014 1

  Dom Anderson, NUS Vice President for Society and Citizenship and Labour party councillor for Derby, wrote some questionable statements in a heated debate about RMT’s tube strike in London. Mr Anderson controversially wrote: “Racism

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Hamas And Fatah; The Politics Of Peace

Hamas And Fatah; The Politics Of Peace

Backbencher May 1, 2014 0

As Hamas and Fatah sign a peace agreement, what hope for the ever elusive peace with Israel? On 23 April 2014, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas signed a peace pact; unfortunately, it was not

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Vladmir Putin Is Russia’s Ronald Reagan

Vladmir Putin Is Russia’s Ronald Reagan

Lee Jenkins May 1, 2014 0

Far from being a caricature Bond villain, Putin is seen as a national saviour, a la Reagan. The the late 1970s the United States was deep in what Carter called a malaise. The economy

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The Monarchy is a bankrupt and hopelessly anachronistic system that is cruellest of all to the Royals themselves

The Monarchy is a bankrupt and hopelessly anachronistic system that is cruellest of all to the Royals themselves

Nicholas Mutch April 30, 2014 8

Nick Mutch argues that the worst victims of the British monarchy are the Royal Family themselves. To everyone from my home country of New Zealand who has recently been posting vapid Facebook statuses about

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Left Wing Press Ignores Ukip’s “revenge porn” victim

Left Wing Press Ignores Ukip’s “revenge porn” victim

Lizzie Roberts April 29, 2014 1

  Lizzy Vaid, the ‘poster girl’ for Ukip who turned out to be the party’s events manager and Farage’s aid, has become the latest victim to a horrific case of revenge porn. The images

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