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The Hillsborough Shirt Arrest is Depressing on Every Possible Level

The Hillsborough Shirt Arrest is Depressing on Every Possible Level

Thomas Walker May 31, 2016 2

Yesterday, a man was arrested for wearing a shirt in a pub. There are parts of the world where that occurrence wouldn’t seem out of place. In some countries, arresting citizens for speech is commonplace,

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The High Risk Choice is George Osborne

The High Risk Choice is George Osborne

Douglas Carswell May 30, 2016 0

Who should you trust more? Thousands of personal investors who risk their own money in the marketplace? Or the career politician who doubled our national debt in six years? The Share Centre’s new survey

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NUS Passes Motion to Abolish Prison-Industrial Complex

NUS Passes Motion to Abolish Prison-Industrial Complex

Alex MacDonald May 29, 2016 3

Motion 304: Prisons are obsolete! Abolish them now! passed #NUSblack16 — NUS Black Students (@nusBSC) May 28, 2016   Following on from yesterday’s article on the news that NUS Black Student’s Conference 2016 would

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WATCH: Harman Fails to Name the 7 most Powerful EU Politicians

WATCH: Harman Fails to Name the 7 most Powerful EU Politicians

Alex MacDonald May 27, 2016 0

Watch Harriet Harman fail to name any of the seven most powerful politicans in the European Union. Harman backs the EU – even praises its record on gender equality – but she also openly

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High Heel Gate and the Phenomenon of the Failed Actress Activists

High Heel Gate and the Phenomenon of the Failed Actress Activists

Elena Rider May 27, 2016 2

Women can legally be forced to wear high heels to work? Horror! Outrage! And outrage is exactly the word for what happened when young, beautiful actress Nicola Thorp (photo below) was supposedly sent home

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Why Brexit Scare Stories Will Come True, No Matter Which Way the Vote Goes

Why Brexit Scare Stories Will Come True, No Matter Which Way the Vote Goes

Alan Findlay May 27, 2016 0

I was impressed by the Tory leaders’ recent frightening statements about how ‘house prices will fall 18%’ after Brexit, and other similar project fear related comments of late. These statements, I believe are true

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The Positive Case for Brexit

The Positive Case for Brexit

Matthew Cowley May 16, 2016 0

Brexit is an inherently positive concept. It is not the insular isolationist picture so often painted, but rather something progressive. Embracing global free trade, revitalising democracy and local government, moving forwards into a globalising

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