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The PC Awards Season is Over: Thank Goodness

The PC Awards Season is Over: Thank Goodness

David Bone March 20, 2018 0

Now that the awards season is over and the film-stars, celebrities and musicians have all had their congratulatory, self-love fests for yet another year – all to dismal viewing figures – what have we

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Why are right-wing journalists being banned from the UK?

Why are right-wing journalists being banned from the UK?

Alex Leney March 18, 2018 0

The Home Office saw fit recently to detain and expel three journalists and activists from the UK. Nationalist activist Martin Sellner and journalist and activist Brittany Pettibone. The most notable of the three was

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PMQ’s is dire, but who is to blame?

PMQ’s is dire, but who is to blame?

Ted Jeffery March 11, 2018 0

Held as a single session every Wednesday at noon, Prime Ministers Questions is one of the most paramount points of the week. It gives MP’s the chance to speak on behalf of their constituents

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The Philip Neville affair: The Double Standards of Modern Gender Warriors

The Philip Neville affair: The Double Standards of Modern Gender Warriors

Najma Zaman March 9, 2018 0

Phil Neville was confirmed as the new manager of the England women’s football team on Tuesday 23 January. Hardly a day had passed before he was in the middle of a ‘sexism’ storm due

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CommonWeal are wrong – Scottish land seizures would be disastrous

CommonWeal are wrong – Scottish land seizures would be disastrous

Peter Sidor March 8, 2018 0

Public authorities would be allowed to seize land under the “Public Land Value Capture” proposal suggested by Scottish think tank Common Weal think tank. In short, public authorities should have the legal means to

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Does a post-Brexit UK-EU security pact mean giving up sovereignty?

Does a post-Brexit UK-EU security pact mean giving up sovereignty?

Joseph Wright March 6, 2018 0

On the 2nd of March the House of Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee launched an inquiry into the “practical and legal challenges for negotiating a security treaty with the EU”. This comes off the

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Exclusive With Sargon Event Organiser: Antifa Violence Shuts Down Event

Exclusive With Sargon Event Organiser: Antifa Violence Shuts Down Event

Backbencher March 6, 2018 8

Correction: This article has been updated to remove speculation that the Antifa protests may have been connected to strike action, and that university officials directly requested that the event be cancelled just before it

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The Age Of The Label

The Age Of The Label

David Bone March 5, 2018 0

So, what’s your label? It’s okay, we’re all friends here. Don’t be shy. Okay, I’ll go first shall I, just to break the ice. My name is David and, much, much, more importantly, I’m

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TBrexit ‘Youthquake’ blindspot – why Remainers should be careful what they wish for

TBrexit ‘Youthquake’ blindspot – why Remainers should be careful what they wish for

James Taylor March 4, 2018 0

First things first. Let me make the obligatory declaration of creed. I am a Remainer, at least I voted Remain in the 2016 referendum on our membership of the EU, although not with a

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A Libertarian Approach to Student Debt

A Libertarian Approach to Student Debt

Chrissy Benson February 23, 2018 0

Both the Tories and Labour Party have attacked the current higher education funding system for leaving thousands of students in debt that they can never repay. While Corbyn admitted he could not promise to

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