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Local Elections: #Unseat Fails in Barnet after Anti-Semitism Scandal

Local Elections: #Unseat Fails in Barnet after Anti-Semitism Scandal

Elena Rider May 4, 2018 0

While the UK’s Local Election results seem to be a mixed bag one thing is clear – the Labour Party’s anti-Semitism problem has undoubtedly cost them one of the top targets of their #Unseat

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It’s time to start calling Momentum activists what they are: Fascists

It’s time to start calling Momentum activists what they are: Fascists

Alex MacDonald February 3, 2018 0

Standing at the back of the room, dressed in mostly black along with balaclavas and hoodies hiding their identities sounds like the start of an ISIS execution video – not the mob turning out

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Activate had a bumpy start – but we’ve got big plans for the future

Activate had a bumpy start – but we’ve got big plans for the future

Sam Ancliff November 20, 2017 0

When I first became involved with the formation of Activate, I was hopeful but not overly confident of success. Activate wasn’t manufactured and there was little-consolidated direction in its origin, I struggle to pinpoint

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Corbyn has just appointed an electoral fraudster to his Parliamentary office

Corbyn has just appointed an electoral fraudster to his Parliamentary office

Ed Creedy November 10, 2017 1

Penny Mordaunt’s appointment as Secretary of State for International Development – replacing the ousted Priti Patel – has been the unfolding drama dominating political headlines over the past few days. The Tories have hogged

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Hang the Tories? Why it’s time to talk about far-left hate

Hang the Tories? Why it’s time to talk about far-left hate

Matt Jackson October 9, 2017 0

The death penalty is a tricky one, isn’t it? We all know how the argument runs: can it ever be just for the state to condemn killing, by killing? Or, if in favour: This

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EXCLUSIVE: Activate leader explains groups motives and future plans

EXCLUSIVE: Activate leader explains groups motives and future plans

James Bickerton September 18, 2017 0

For a few days earlier this month one of the biggest political stories in Britain was the emergence of a new conservative youth group, Activate. For an organisation founded on £50, and which has

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REVEALED: 17-year old Activate founder receives death threats at home address

REVEALED: 17-year old Activate founder receives death threats at home address

James Bickerton September 15, 2017 0

The Backbencher has been informed by a source within the leadership of Activate, the new pro-Conservative youth group (sometimes dubbed the ‘Tory Momentum’), that one of the groups founding members has received death threats

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Engaging our young Tory activists? Lets give them socials, not socialism

Engaging our young Tory activists? Lets give them socials, not socialism

Ellie King September 10, 2017 0

Since the election in June, youth engagement and activism has been a hot topic on all sides of the political spectrum, so here’s my two cents on the issue. Just to be clear, I’m

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Why Momentum’s class war video got everything wrong

Why Momentum’s class war video got everything wrong

Matt Jackson August 1, 2017 0

Picture the scene: accentless white family somewhere in London lamenting the poor underlings who seem so full of lust for comrade Corbyn. The vino is flowing, there’s a hint of classical music emanating from

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Momentum’s class war video just backfired spectacularly

Momentum’s class war video just backfired spectacularly

James Bickerton July 27, 2017 3

Earlier today Momentum, the left-wing campaign group which acts as Jermey Corbyn’s Praetorian Guard, posted a video which portrayed opponents of Labour policies as ignorant poshos. The video features five upper middle-class diners, complete

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