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Five Reasons Why Corbyn Is Unfit To Lead Britain

Five Reasons Why Corbyn Is Unfit To Lead Britain

Matt Cooper June 27, 2017 0

He may have stuck by his principles since first being elected in 1983, but there are a number of reasons why many believe that Corbyn is unfit to be Prime Minister, and these reasons

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Corbyn’s Republicanism May Show A Hint Of Liberal In Him

Corbyn’s Republicanism May Show A Hint Of Liberal In Him

James Tracey September 22, 2015 0

With Jeremy Corbyn’s victory in the Labour Party’s Leadership contest, there has been a lot of talk of his policies, with many pointing out that he is a firm republican. There are many things

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The Monarchy is a bankrupt and hopelessly anachronistic system that is cruellest of all to the Royals themselves

The Monarchy is a bankrupt and hopelessly anachronistic system that is cruellest of all to the Royals themselves

Nicholas Mutch April 30, 2014 8

Nick Mutch argues that the worst victims of the British monarchy are the Royal Family themselves. To everyone from my home country of New Zealand who has recently been posting vapid Facebook statuses about

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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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Disney: Anti-Libertarian Propaganda Machine

Disney: Anti-Libertarian Propaganda Machine

Lee Jenkins December 19, 2013 2

Looking forward to sitting down with a Disney Classic this Christmas? Beware the nefarious propaganda subtext. The Pride Lands of The Lion King were a romanticised vision of a corporatist dystopia. The Circle of

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A Royal Baby: Who Still Cares?

A Royal Baby: Who Still Cares?

James Snell July 30, 2013 2

James Snell asks whether it’s finally time to think about a republic. The baby is born! The die is cast! The umbilical cord has been severed, and with it, any hopes of privacy and

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Congratulations; But Leave Me Out of It

Backbencher July 24, 2013 0

Richard Elliott gives his take on the coverage of the royal baby’s birth I am pretty certain that I am the first person you’ve heard this from: the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge birthed

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I’d Name Thee…Prince James of Cambridge!

I’d Name Thee…Prince James of Cambridge!

Backbencher July 24, 2013 4

By James Evans So, the royal baby is now born, and the frenzy of media speculation turns to the undisclosed, and perhaps as yet unchosen, name[1]. Of course, I have no say in the

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We Are Not Amused…With the monarchy

We Are Not Amused…With the monarchy

Milton May 23, 2013 3

Should we be moving towards a Republic of Britain? Britain is unique in many ways, one of those ways is we are one of the few European nations to still have a monarch, somehow

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One monarchy, one Partner: Maybe “one” is not the answer

One monarchy, one Partner: Maybe “one” is not the answer

Backbencher February 11, 2013 0

Derek Campbell,   Over the course of human history, at least insofar as it would generally be perceived in the UK, there has been an acceptance that a single, exclusive right answer can be

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