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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 9

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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UKIP: From Independence to Irrelevance

UKIP: From Independence to Irrelevance

Tom Ridgway April 29, 2017 0

What a political journey the ‘People’s Army’ has been on. From winning the European Parliament elections in 2014, to forcing David Cameron into holding an in/out EU referendum, it once seemed that UKIP were an unstoppable

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Do We Need a Death-tax to Fund Social Care?

Do We Need a Death-tax to Fund Social Care?

James Taylor April 28, 2017 1

‘We need a death-tax to fund social care.’ So says Camilla Cavendish – that’s Baroness Cavendish of Little Venice to you and me – a prominent former policy advisor to David Cameron and a

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May Visits Wales as Labour Withdraw from the Celtic Fringe

May Visits Wales as Labour Withdraw from the Celtic Fringe

Conor Bunting April 27, 2017 1

With every passing day, it seems, a new poll emerges to profess just how undesirable a Labour government has become to the people of the United Kingdom. Last Sunday, it was the turn of

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Saudi Arabia’s election to the UN Women’s Rights Commission is a moral disgrace

Saudi Arabia’s election to the UN Women’s Rights Commission is a moral disgrace

William Campbell April 26, 2017 0

According to a growing consensus on the Left, there is an oppressive patriarchy in Western democracies which restricts the freedoms and opportunities of women. Most people should be aware of the ‘glass ceiling’ preventing

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Election TV Debates: What Is May So Afraid Of?

Election TV Debates: What Is May So Afraid Of?

Elliot King April 26, 2017 2

With last week’s news that the country will be heading to the polls once more following the Prime Minister’s announcement of a snap general election, battle buses are being prepared, flyers created and political

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It’s time to no platform the National Union of Students

It’s time to no platform the National Union of Students

James Bickerton April 25, 2017 0

The National Union of Students (NUS) is an unmitigated moral disgrace. My only concern about the preceding sentence is that it might not be critical enough. The NUS has, once again, found itself in

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