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FACEBOOK REFUSES TO REMOVE ‘KICK A TORY DAY’ EVENT

FACEBOOK REFUSES TO REMOVE ‘KICK A TORY DAY’ EVENT

James Bickerton December 18, 2017 0

Well here’s a turn-up for the books. Social media giant Facebook is currently REFUSING to remove an event entitled ‘Kick A Tory Day’ hosted by a left-wing activist. The event, which has 860 confirmed

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Boring Conformists versus Right-Wing Recusants

Boring Conformists versus Right-Wing Recusants

Keir Martland November 2, 2016 1

James Delingpole’s recent article in The Spectator about the Right’s minority-status at Cambridge is absolutely correct. Yet the Left’s worst trait is its tendency to see itself as an embattled minority when in fact

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Donald Trump Is America’s Nigel Farage

Donald Trump Is America’s Nigel Farage

Lee Jenkins September 10, 2015 0

A pinstripe-clad firebrand is whipping up anti-immigrant sentiment, flaunting his business background in juxtaposition to the professional political class who’ve lost touch with their roots and have no grasp of the real world. In

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We’re all Right-Wingers now; but we won’t admit it

We’re all Right-Wingers now; but we won’t admit it

Richard Elliott December 16, 2013 0

When the late Margaret Thatcher died earlier this year, one of the first public statements made by Prime Minister David Cameron included the contribution that “we are all Thatcherites now”. This statement was met with

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Why Austerity Hurts The Left

Why Austerity Hurts The Left

Lee Jenkins December 12, 2013 0

The debate over austerity should an open goal for the political Left, so why can’t they score? Asked what the stand out word or expression of this parliament is, and ‘austerity’ will be a

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The BBC is our strength and salvation, and we mustn’t allow it to be the last domino to fall

The BBC is our strength and salvation, and we mustn’t allow it to be the last domino to fall

Backbencher November 6, 2013 2

Bryony Clarke argues that maintaining the BBC is essential in the face of right-wing pressures. In the wake of Grant Shapps’ sulphurous denunciation of the BBC last weekend, a new ICM poll of 2,000

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Benefits claimants aren’t ‘scroungers’ or ‘shirkers’

Benefits claimants aren’t ‘scroungers’ or ‘shirkers’

Daniel Pryor July 23, 2013 1

(Photograph by Helen Cobain) Daniel Pryor criticises right-wing attitudes towards the welfare state and its recipients. I am going to plead with you to adopt a more compassionate, caring and understanding view of benefit

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The Taciturnity of the Right: The Taboo of Being Right-Wing

The Taciturnity of the Right: The Taboo of Being Right-Wing

Backbencher July 17, 2013 3

By Richard Elliott A few evenings ago, I left one of my favourite bars by Tottenham Court Road tube station after a modest tipple with some agreeable company, to head to Waterloo for my

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EDL leader, Tommy Robinson, claims common ground with UKIP on Immigration and Islam

EDL leader, Tommy Robinson, claims common ground with UKIP on Immigration and Islam

Alex MacDonald April 3, 2013 27

  Today I spoke to Tommy Robinson, the leader of the English Defence League, who told me that he believed that his organisation shared a platform with UKIP on immigration and on Islam.  It

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Radical Realism: The Case for a Single Income Tax

Radical Realism: The Case for a Single Income Tax

Daniel Pryor December 18, 2012 2

  A brief Twitter exchange with Independent columnist Owen Jones reaffirmed to me that groundless vitriol surrounds the concept of a ‘flat tax’ (or, more accurately, a proportionate tax). In a recent article discussing

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