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Theresa May is sinking – and she’s taking Brexit with her

Theresa May is sinking – and she’s taking Brexit with her

Charlie McP January 16, 2018 0

The Prime Minister’s lack of creativity, courage and authority is slowly killing off Brexit. According to the polls, support for leaving the European Union slid throughout 2017, with a clear plurality of Britons believing

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Green goes, May Stays

Green goes, May Stays

Ed Creedy December 22, 2017 1

Theresa May headed off to her final PMQs of 2017 on Wednesday, and was in resilient form as she swapped verbal spars with the leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn. The Prime Minister traded

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Opinion: It’s more than a slogan – Theresa May really is strong and stable

Opinion: It’s more than a slogan – Theresa May really is strong and stable

Sam Ancliff November 13, 2017 0

Attempted coups, plotting ministers, Brexit, a lost majority, scandal after scandal and Anna Soubry getting as much TV time as she possibly can, it is hard to think of a Prime Minister, or even

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Patel gone, May’s nightmare continues…

Patel gone, May’s nightmare continues…

Ed Creedy November 8, 2017 0

The developing story of Priti Patel’s numerous undeclared and secret meetings with senior Israeli officials in Israel looks to be leading to the fall from grace of another senior Tory minister. Last Wednesday we

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Theresa May should bring back David Cameron

Theresa May should bring back David Cameron

Alastair Stewart November 3, 2017 0

Splutter your coffee all ye may, ol’ Dave is coming back to play. Such is the nursery rhyme that will bewilder future generations if there is any truth to it. Shock at the prospect

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The economic case against rent controls

The economic case against rent controls

Liam Harkness October 6, 2017 0

“In many cases rent control appears to be the most efficient technique presently known to destroy a city—except for bombing.”[i] Jeremy Corbyn’s announcement that Labour would seek to implement rent controls, were it to

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Why extreme partisanship is bad for politics

Why extreme partisanship is bad for politics

Alastair Thompson August 31, 2017 0

“What is politics?” may seem like a fairly simple question, after all, it is a question of just three words, yet it seems undeniable that even amongst those who read this piece a vast

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It’s time to remake the case for capitalism

It’s time to remake the case for capitalism

Harry Clynch August 30, 2017 0

Few of us would deny that the general election was a complete travesty for the Conservative Party. Through a grossly incompetent campaign, the Prime Minister managed to squander a twenty point lead to put

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Reigniting the Brexit Baton

Reigniting the Brexit Baton

S.K. Khanna August 19, 2017 0

There are no political victories: there are only political struggles. Those politicians and pundits who had struggled to make Britain independent of the European Union have forgotten that political victories, like political defeats, are

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Parliamentary recess – school’s out for summer

Parliamentary recess – school’s out for summer

Ed Creedy August 3, 2017 0

One of the slightly more light hearted stories reported in recent weeks, PM Theresa May leading holiday makers in a rendition of God Save the Queen, in an Italian hotel. A break from the

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