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A Case of One Step Forward Two Steps Back For Global Britain

A Case of One Step Forward Two Steps Back For Global Britain

Jack Rowlett May 21, 2020 0

The gap between the rhetoric and the policy of “Global Britain” was widened this week as The Department for International Trade announced Britain’s new Tariff regime. The change sees the abolition of so-called “nuisance

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Tory Rebranding: Party Games or Party Names?

Tory Rebranding: Party Games or Party Names?

Backbencher February 28, 2014 0

Robert Tyler considers the pros and cons of re-naming the Conservative Party This week, Robert Halfon, the Conservative MP for Harlow, said that the Conservative Party should be renamed the “Workers Party”, and that

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Pro-Conservatism – or Anti-Incumbency?

Backbencher September 20, 2013 2

Robert Tyler questions whether the apparent conservative electoral resurgence is a positive choice, or an expression of anti-incumbency. Last week was viewed as a victory for conservatism. Two conservative governments elected, in two different

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