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Brexit Revealed The Ugly Face Of The Progressive Left

Brexit Revealed The Ugly Face Of The Progressive Left

Lee Jenkins August 29, 2016 1

Is it safe to come out yet? Doubtful. Not since the mid-1980s has British politics been so divided and embittered. Debates, such as they are, descend into ad hominem attacks, friendships are ended, and

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Should Spread Betting be Considered Gambling?

Should Spread Betting be Considered Gambling?

Thomas Walker August 25, 2016 2

In the UK, profits from spread betting are not subject to tax like those from other forms of investment and trading are. This is because British law treats spread betting as a form of

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Sadiq Khan Invests in his Future

Sadiq Khan Invests in his Future

Alexander Fiúza August 21, 2016 0

Taking a break from dropping campaign promises and banning unfashionable adverts, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has endorsed Labour leadership contender Owen Smith. Capable of repeating the electoral performance of Ed Milliband against an unexceptional

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Shooting and conservation groups do more than government to protect our natural habitats

Shooting and conservation groups do more than government to protect our natural habitats

Robert Tyler August 21, 2016 0

I don’t often pay much attention to e-petitions when they appear on my Twitter timeline, especially not when they’re being frantically spun by metro-liberal luvvies. However, one caught my attention recently. It was a

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Welsh devolution needs saving from itself

Welsh devolution needs saving from itself

Ioan Phillips August 21, 2016 0

Devolution in Wales is in danger of stagnating. Since 1998, the initial settlement implemented by New Labour has been altered – but changes have not been substantial in scope. Thus, politicians operating within this

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Can an Independent Scotland Flourish after Brexit?

Can an Independent Scotland Flourish after Brexit?

Alan Findlay August 21, 2016 0

To properly answer this question, there are more than a few questions to be considered. First, lets look at three possible outcomes for Scotland post-Brexit. 1. We could vote to be nominally ‘independent’ then

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The Misguided Defence of Electoral Fraud

The Misguided Defence of Electoral Fraud

Alexander Fiúza August 18, 2016 1

The report on electoral fraud from Sir Eric Pickles has been grim if unsurprising reading for those concerned about the abuse of our democratic institutions. The findings show that forms of voter fraud ranging

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WATCH: Why Jeremy Corbyn’s Plan To Introduce Rent Controls Is A Bad Idea

WATCH: Why Jeremy Corbyn’s Plan To Introduce Rent Controls Is A Bad Idea

Sophie Sandor August 17, 2016 0

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Why Grammar Schools Will Revitalise Equality of Opportunity

Why Grammar Schools Will Revitalise Equality of Opportunity

Matthew Cowley August 16, 2016 0

Theresa May and Education Secretary Justine Greening have indicated the return of Grammar Schools to the mainstream of British education. While many commentators have reacted with hostility – sometimes going so far as to argue

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The Frightening Experience of a Jeremy Corbyn Rally

The Frightening Experience of a Jeremy Corbyn Rally

Thomas Walker August 15, 2016 0

On Saturday 13 August, the Jeremy Corbyn show arrived in Milton Keynes. With a stage set up on top of the Fire Brigade Union’s vintage 1990 tender truck, the scene was set for an

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