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Top Ten Reasons Why Living In Socialist Venezuela Sucks

Top Ten Reasons Why Living In Socialist Venezuela Sucks

James Bickerton May 14, 2017 0

Since 1998 Venezuela has been ruled by authoritarian socialists, with first Hugo Chavez and then Nicolás Maduro as President. From Noam Chomsky to Jeremy Corbyn, via Oliver Stone and Owen Jones, its Governments have

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Tim Farron and gay relationships: Damned if you do, condemned if you don’t

Tim Farron and gay relationships: Damned if you do, condemned if you don’t

Dale Claridge May 12, 2017 0

Bertrand Russell once advised his audience against smiting the then Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin on the basis that his description of himself as a sincere Christian was little guarantee that any prime minister would

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Middle England: The Land Labour Left Behind

Middle England: The Land Labour Left Behind

Conor Bunting May 11, 2017 0

For many years now, the Labour Party’s electoral strategy has been one primarily of defence; namely, how can we hold off the advances of UKIP in the North and the SNP in Scotland. As

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EXCLUSIVE: British conservatism becoming more atheist claims top UK humanist

EXCLUSIVE: British conservatism becoming more atheist claims top UK humanist

James Bickerton May 9, 2017 0

I’m an atheist who considers himself to be a conservative. Not so long ago a good proportion of the British conservative movement would have regarded this as a logical contradiction. You can’t be a

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Why Emmanuel Macron is Blair 2.0

Why Emmanuel Macron is Blair 2.0

Kyle Scott Pirie May 9, 2017 0

France’s new president, Emmanuel Macron, has reinvigorated French politics by winning the presidency under the banner of a party that is only a year old. Despite this, few would describe him as an outsider.

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Top five Labour General Election gaffs so far

Top five Labour General Election gaffs so far

James Bickerton May 7, 2017 0

It’s only nineteen days since Theresa May called a General Election, and it’s fair to say the campaign has already included a good number of Labour Party gaffs. Considering that the Labour Shadow Cabinet

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The alphabet according to the Labour Party

The alphabet according to the Labour Party

James Bickerton May 7, 2017 0

A is for Anti-Semitism, which definitely doesn’t exist in the Labour Party (and don’t let the Zionist media tell you any different). B is for Britain, a country which achieved some prominence thanks to

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The local elections show the Tories are truly a One Nation party

The local elections show the Tories are truly a One Nation party

James Bickerton May 6, 2017 2

I’m not generally the sort of person who complains about television programmes, but I might make an exception for the BBC’s coverage of the local election results yesterday morning. It was, quite simply, one

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‘It was the wielding of the knife’: The Best Documentaries about Margaret Thatcher

‘It was the wielding of the knife’: The Best Documentaries about Margaret Thatcher

John Barker May 4, 2017 0

It’s been four years since the death of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Regardless of her policies, whether you were on Sky News defending her memory, or at one of many parties celebrating her

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John McDonnell’s May Day speech was a moral disgrace

John McDonnell’s May Day speech was a moral disgrace

James Bickerton May 2, 2017 8

Allow me, briefly, to describe a scene. A Tory Minister addresses a rally in Trafalgar Square. He thanks the assembled crowd for their dedication, and assures them of his support for their cause. Above

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