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‘It was the wielding of the knife’: The Best Documentaries about Margaret Thatcher

‘It was the wielding of the knife’: The Best Documentaries about Margaret Thatcher

John Barker May 4, 2017 0

It’s been four years since the death of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Regardless of her policies, whether you were on Sky News defending her memory, or at one of many parties celebrating her

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Missed Opportunities – A Liberal Democrat Story

Missed Opportunities – A Liberal Democrat Story

Kyle Scott Pirie April 16, 2017 0

Back in 2010 the Liberal Democrats were the ‘cool’ party. Young people were excited about them. They were the kingmakers. These days, all that feels like a lifetime ago, especially given the current state

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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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What should be done with The Lords?

What should be done with The Lords?

Harry Watson March 6, 2017 0

This week the government’s Article 50 bill failed to pass through the House of Lords by a majority vote of 358 to 256. The Lords rejected the bill in favour of an amendment that

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Brexit Means it’s Time to Reinvest in the Judiciary and our Courts

Brexit Means it’s Time to Reinvest in the Judiciary and our Courts

Keith Sinclair March 5, 2017 0

If you were to ask, ‘what was the defining characteristic of David Cameron and George Osborne’s tenure in Downing Street?’ the response would likely be ‘deficit reduction.’ Emerging from the financial-crisis, ready to capitalise

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Corbyn, Labour, and the Collapse of the British Political Left

Corbyn, Labour, and the Collapse of the British Political Left

Joseph Osborne March 4, 2017 0

The inadequacies of the Labour Party as an electable force began with Miliband, and have only been exacerbated under the ruthlessly divisive leadership of Jeremy Corbyn. Many of his supporters point to his double

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The Rumble in the UKIP Jungle – Team Farage or Team Carswell?

The Rumble in the UKIP Jungle – Team Farage or Team Carswell?

Kyle Scott Pirie March 3, 2017 1

After the recent by-elections in Stoke and Copeland, you would think that it is the Labour party that would be ripping itself apart. They lost a seat to the Tories, the first gain for

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Ticking the Young/Gay/Disbabled/Ethnic box – Virtue signaling dressed up as responsibility in Politics

Ticking the Young/Gay/Disbabled/Ethnic box – Virtue signaling dressed up as responsibility in Politics

Alan Findlay May 20, 2016 0

Probably the youngest mayor in the world @TerenceSmith14 is the best selfie taker in the world #Goole pic.twitter.com/Nha21dpdE5 — Goolie (@Goolie6) 14 May 2016 With the establishment political parties literally dying on the their

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Corbyn: The First Week

Corbyn: The First Week

Robert Tyler September 19, 2015 0

Robert Tyler looks over Jeremy Corbyn’s first week as Labour leader. “A week is a long time in politics.”, Harold Wilson once quipped. Jeremy Corbyn would do well to listen and learn from one

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Unsure Voters Find Stability with New Website

Unsure Voters Find Stability with New Website

Backbencher March 24, 2015 1

Edward Oldfield, “Who do I vote for” is a question often asked around the country. Nigel Farage once said that pubs are where people decide how to vote. In the case of two brothers-in-law

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