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The Slow March towards a ‘One Party State’…

The Slow March towards a ‘One Party State’…

Richard Marshall May 23, 2017 0

‘The Hate rose to its climax. The voice of Goldstein had become an actual sheep’s bleat, and for an instant the face changes into that of a sheep… But in the same moment, drawing

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Jeremy Corbyn’s election victory – imagined

Jeremy Corbyn’s election victory – imagined

James Bickerton May 19, 2017 1

A historian recalls the momentous day of 9 June 2017, when Jeremy Corbyn entered Downing Street as the first Labour Prime Minister in seven years. It was a scene that, until just a couple

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The Problem with The Conservative Party

The Problem with The Conservative Party

Kyle Scott Pirie May 17, 2017 1

On Tuesday, the Labour Party officially launched their manifesto and it was just as radical as the leaks initially suggested. Some of their pledges include; scrapping tuition fees, nationalising several services (the mail, energy,

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Do We Need a Death-tax to Fund Social Care?

Do We Need a Death-tax to Fund Social Care?

James Taylor April 28, 2017 1

‘We need a death-tax to fund social care.’ So says Camilla Cavendish – that’s Baroness Cavendish of Little Venice to you and me – a prominent former policy advisor to David Cameron and a

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Election TV Debates: What Is May So Afraid Of?

Election TV Debates: What Is May So Afraid Of?

Elliot King April 26, 2017 1

With last week’s news that the country will be heading to the polls once more following the Prime Minister’s announcement of a snap general election, battle buses are being prepared, flyers created and political

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“General Election 2017 – May needs June majority”

“General Election 2017 – May needs June majority”

Alice Stretch April 19, 2017 0

Two years ago, we were in the final weeks of the 2015 general election, with manifesto launches, ‘Ed-stone’ pledges, and sparring between Miliband and Cameron in the live television debates. To the ‘politically-interested bubble’

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General Election 2017: Masterstroke or Mistake?

General Election 2017: Masterstroke or Mistake?

Keith Sinclair April 18, 2017 0

Barely an hour after the announcement from the Prime Minister today that there is to be a general election, I overheard a student on her phone as I was leaving one of the libraries

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PMQs sketch: Jezza joins Walking Dead party poopers in fancy dress frolic

PMQs sketch: Jezza joins Walking Dead party poopers in fancy dress frolic

James Symonds March 30, 2017 0

And so today was the day, as PMQs precluded the real story in the House – Theresa May’s triggering of Article 50. This should have been the pre-launch party – Tory backbenchers drowning in

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Corbyn: A Discredited Leader Who Needs to Go

Corbyn: A Discredited Leader Who Needs to Go

James Taylor March 10, 2017 0

Professor Stephen Hawking has this week put his neck out, to the extent that he can, to call for the resignation of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader on the basis that he “has allowed

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Grammatically correct?

Grammatically correct?

Gabby Burton January 5, 2017 0

Are grammar schools really worse for social mobility than poor-quality comprehensives or is the opposition they provoke due more to their unapologetic admissions process and assistance to the brightest in society? So is this

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