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The Red Pill – the movie feminists don’t want you to watch

The Red Pill – the movie feminists don’t want you to watch

Elena Rider November 23, 2016 19

Disclosure: This is not an unbiased review. The maker of this documentary describes how she went on a journey – the process of ‘swallowing the red pill’. This expression refers to a scene from

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Does Anybody Really Care About The Royal Jaunt?

Does Anybody Really Care About The Royal Jaunt?

Lizzie Roberts April 22, 2014 3

Get passed the media fawning, and it’s difficult to see what all the fuss is about. The media has been in a frenzy over the Royal tour of New Zealand and Australia this month.

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Nick Vs Nigel: The Brutal Second Round

Nick Vs Nigel: The Brutal Second Round

Backbencher April 10, 2014 1

In vs Out: How did the second EU membership debate play out? Last week most of us would have seen the lively second round of the TV broadcasted European debate. The debate between UKIP

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Cyber Kippers – Farage’s Online Headache

Cyber Kippers – Farage’s Online Headache

Olly Neville March 12, 2014 13

Olly Neville highlights the self-defeating conduct of UKIP activists on social media. Anyone who has met Nigel Farage knows that he isn’t a racist, xenophobe or any other dismissive label you care to apply.

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They Don’t Want You To Know

They Don’t Want You To Know

Michael St George March 7, 2014 1

Friday Political Editor Michael St George reflects on why the political class is so keen on controlling the flow of information to us Last year, it was the LibDems’ Chris Huhne, convicted and jailed

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UKIP: The Anti Everything Party

UKIP: The Anti Everything Party

Lee Jenkins January 23, 2014 3

In positioning themselves as the broad party of protest, UKIP are reaping what they sowed Last week’s revelations of a UKIP councillor who claims that Same Sex Marriage has caused flooding would be comical

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Scrap the Licence Fee to Save the Courts

Backbencher December 19, 2013 0

The License Fee is unjust, unnecessary, and certainly isn’t a matter for the courts. I moved into a new apartment a fortnight ago. This being the 21st century it was deemed essential that a

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Who cares about the position of David Cameron’s buttocks?

Who cares about the position of David Cameron’s buttocks?

James Williamson November 20, 2013 1

James Williamson ponders how a golden chair has led to a viral attack on David Cameron’s ‘permanent austerity’. I wonder where you are right now as you read this. Sitting behind a desk and

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Newspaper industry fails in final attempt to thwart royal charter on press regulation

Newspaper industry fails in final attempt to thwart royal charter on press regulation

Backbencher October 30, 2013 0

Bryony Clarke reports on today’s High Court ruling regarding the new press regulatory regime. Newspaper and magazine publishers have today lost a last minute appeal to the High Court to halt the implementation of

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Review: Damian McBride’s “Power Trip”

Review: Damian McBride’s “Power Trip”

Michael St George September 25, 2013 0

Michael St George reviews “Power Trip”, the account by discredited Gordon Brown spin doctor Damian McBride of his time at the centre of power. For reprehensible things to be done in a leader’s name,

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