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Corbyn’s Gulags – a July 2019 review

Corbyn’s Gulags – a July 2019 review

James Bickerton July 25, 2017 1

Note: This piece will first be published in the July 2019 edition of The Backbencher (circulation 250 – copied out on toilet paper by a number of detention centre inmates). It is reproduced here

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Nick Griffin’s Updated CV

Nick Griffin’s Updated CV

Lee Jenkins May 22, 2014 0

There’s a very good chance Nick Griffin will lose his job today, so we’ve updated his CV to help with his job hunting….   Name: Nick Griffin (former) MEP Residence: Llanerfyl, Powys, Wales, GREAT

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The World According To The Daily Mail

The World According To The Daily Mail

Lee Jenkins February 27, 2014 0

The Daily Mail reader’s cut-out-and-keep guide to foreign types and their unfamiliar ways. The Frenchman With the score on the battlefield heavily in our favour,  our stroppy Gallic cousins seem determined to strike at

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The Collective Nouns Of Modern British Politics

The Collective Nouns Of Modern British Politics

Lee Jenkins January 30, 2014 1

Humans are inherently social and tribal creatures. Even when we stopped being in actual tribes, we made up new ones, and British politics is nothing if not tribal. Have we missed any off? A

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33 Traits Of A Political Tweeter

33 Traits Of A Political Tweeter

Lee Jenkins January 17, 2014 0

Tweet politics? How many of our list are you guilty of, and what have we missed? 1) Preparing to retweet a link, then realising it’s from the Daily Mail and thinking better of it.

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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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Sponsor A Dictator

Sponsor A Dictator

Lee Jenkins March 7, 2013 0

An urgent appeal from the Disadvantaged Dictators Benevolent Fund. Times are tough for all us, but the dictators of the world are finding things particularly difficult. Sanctions, rebellions and a bad press are pushing

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