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Jeremy Corbyn Needs to Resign for the Sake of Democracy

Jeremy Corbyn Needs to Resign for the Sake of Democracy

Kieran Munro July 19, 2016 0

It is no secret that the United Kingdom is a parliamentary democracy. Every few years the British electorate flock to town halls and schools across the country to execute their democratic right at the

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The Cabinet of Theresa May

The Cabinet of Theresa May

Alexander Fiúza July 18, 2016 0

Almost immediately after her ascent to Downing Street, Theresa May began a sweeping reshuffle. Now that her new cabinet has become clear, it is worth looking into the implications of these changes. Reconciliation on

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Entrepreneurs Will Thrive in Post-Brexit Britain

Entrepreneurs Will Thrive in Post-Brexit Britain

Sorcha Ni Bhuaigh July 15, 2016 0

The aftermath of the EU referendum has seen widespread panic and speculation from nearly every pro-Remain campaigner regarding the future of Britain’s economy. Recently, the German FDP party commissioned a London billboard saying “Dear

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The Legacy of David Cameron

The Legacy of David Cameron

Matthew Cowley July 14, 2016 0

The premiership of David Cameron has seen a lot of firsts. History will smile on Cameron as the Prime Minister who launched a series of liberal reforms to rival many of his contemporaries; history

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Why the Family Unit Is More Important Than Ever

Why the Family Unit Is More Important Than Ever

Alexander Fiúza July 11, 2016 1

One of the most important parts of social policy is understanding the importance of the many institutions that exist between the individual and the state, and working with, nurturing and encouraging them where needed.

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Why Michael Gove Should Be The Next Prime Minister

Why Michael Gove Should Be The Next Prime Minister

Matthew Cowley July 4, 2016 0

Michael Gove’s combination of liberal Conservative politics and experience in high office make him the ideal candidate to be our next Prime Minister. He opened his campaign with a speech which represented the sort

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The United Kingdom Will Stay United

The United Kingdom Will Stay United

Alexander Fiúza June 30, 2016 0

One of the various straws clutched at by Europhiles aggrieved with the voting public is that our vote to Leave will trigger the disintegration of the United Kingdom. Starting with the questionable premise that

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Project Fear – The Battle Has Been Won, But The War Is Just Beginning

Project Fear – The Battle Has Been Won, But The War Is Just Beginning

Alan Findlay June 28, 2016 4

Like many of you, I’ve spent the last few days with my faith in humanity restored, digesting the result and basking in the pleasant glow of what was a sweet but entirely unexpected victory

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The Corbyn Coup and What it Means for Labour

The Corbyn Coup and What it Means for Labour

Lee Jenkins June 27, 2016 0

No sooner was the ink dry on Cameron’s resignation letter than Labour did what the Left do best – descend into infighting. At the time of writing 12 Shadow Cabinet members have resigned. Former

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Britain has Voted for Freedom

Britain has Voted for Freedom

Thomas Walker June 24, 2016 0

Brexit is happening. We at The Backbencher see this as a triumph for freedom and democracy. The British people have demonstrated enormous intelligence and independent mindedness in disregarding the overwhelming narrative of fear and pessimism

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