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Who’s Who in the Race to Replace Cameron?

Who’s Who in the Race to Replace Cameron?

Robert Tyler March 25, 2015 0

On Monday, Texas Senator Ted Cruz fired the starting pistol on the Republican Party Presidential Primary race for 2016 by announcing his full candidacy for the nomination. Cruz is the first candidate to announce

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The Home Office’s anti-immigrant campaign is backwards and offensive.

The Home Office’s anti-immigrant campaign is backwards and offensive.

Daniel Pryor August 2, 2013 2

Daniel Pryor slams yesterday’s tweets from The Home Office. Followers of The Home Office’s Twitter account will yesterday have witnessed an incessant barrage of tweets detailing the arrests of those suspected of illegal immigration.

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How can we explain the 7% drop in recorded crimes?

Backbencher July 20, 2013 0

Will Archdeacon, Crime decreased by 7% in 2012, though the reasons why are puzzling  One of the most memorable scenes of UK politics in 2011 was Theresa May being heckled during a speech to

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At last, Abu Qatada is on a jet plane

At last, Abu Qatada is on a jet plane

Derek Van De Ven July 8, 2013 0

At 3am on Sunday morning the Home Office of successive UK governments finally got their way. Abu Qatada boarded a plane bound to Jordan to face charges of terrorism aimed at the Jordanian people

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The Gay Marriage Domino Effect

The Gay Marriage Domino Effect

Backbencher April 20, 2013 0

Emma Freeman says New Zealand’s decision to legalise gay marriage is part of a wider phenomenon.  On Wednesday, the Parliament of New Zealand passed a new Bill to change their laws on same-sex marriage,

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Theresa May should listen to Portugal about drug policy

Theresa May should listen to Portugal about drug policy

Backbencher March 11, 2013 0

Is Britain moving towards less crime and less punishment? Lee Jenkins and Derek Van de Ver, Home Secretary Theresa May has ordered a study into the bold drug policies adopted by one of our European partners,

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British politics and the ‘gender equality question’

British politics and the ‘gender equality question’

Andrew Thorpe-Apps November 12, 2012 4

In 1919, Nancy Astor became the first woman MP. In 2010, 143 of the 650 MPs elected to the Commons were women (22%). Of the 28 current MPs under the age of 30, half are female.

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