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Two Terms, Ten Years and One Kitchen! – Final PMQs of this Parliament review

Two Terms, Ten Years and One Kitchen! – Final PMQs of this Parliament review

Robert Tyler March 25, 2015 0

Today saw the last session of Prime Minister’s Questions of this Parliament before it being dissolved next week. This was Prime Minister David Cameron’s 146th appearance since taking the job in May of 2010.

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Green Party Candidate Mocks Farage over Testicular Cancer

Green Party Candidate Mocks Farage over Testicular Cancer

Milton March 23, 2015 0

Green Party Candidate Jenny Ross has mocked Mr Farage today over having suffered Testicular Cancer. Ms Ross, the Green Party candidate for Stalyebridge & Hyde, tweeted a “joke” about the fact that Mr Farage

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The LGBT vote and UKIP: A Case of Chalk and Cheese?

The LGBT vote and UKIP: A Case of Chalk and Cheese?

Liam Deacon March 16, 2015 1

At the UKIP party conference, Kelly Malone – a former celebrity Big Brother contestant and Boxing promoter, then know as Frank Malone – gave a prominent speech before the UKIP faithful. With a booming

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The Calculated Grenade that is a UKIP Policy Gaffe

The Calculated Grenade that is a UKIP Policy Gaffe

Lee Jenkins March 13, 2015 2

Another day, another twitter tempest. UKIP’s Teflon leader was the author of this latest storm when he not only called for an end to diversity legislation in the workplace but went on to claim

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Paul Nuttall UKIP: “If you don’t like prison conditions, don’t be a prolific criminal”

Paul Nuttall UKIP: “If you don’t like prison conditions, don’t be a prolific criminal”

Alex MacDonald March 6, 2015 0

Prison guards and prisoners could face prosecution for breaking smoking ban laws after a High Court ruling. The decision was made after one inmate, Paul Black, complained about being exposed to second-hand smoke. Mr

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Former UKIP Youth Leader Resigns From Party

Former UKIP Youth Leader Resigns From Party

Milton June 22, 2014 0

Rob Comley, the former Chairman of Young Independence, the youth wing of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has left the party citing personal reasons behind his decision. Comley led Young Independence from 2013 to

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Everybody Lost The Newark By-Election

Everybody Lost The Newark By-Election

Lee Jenkins June 12, 2014 1

Get past Tory crowing and Lib Dem nihilism, and the results were pretty bad for everybody at Newark By elections are rare and exciting things, and between General Elections they and opinion polls are

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Racial Prejudice in the UK: A Crossroads for Political Parties

Racial Prejudice in the UK: A Crossroads for Political Parties

Backbencher June 4, 2014 3

Studies within Britain have shown that racial prejudice has risen since the start of the millennium. This study coincides with the current rise of UKIP and the tough immigration stance they hope to employ.

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Eurosceptic presence will force change in Brussels

Eurosceptic presence will force change in Brussels

Backbencher May 30, 2014 1

It is clear from last weeks European Election results that the European Union needs to change direction. Millions of voters from across Europe chose to voice their anger at the European Project by voting

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Can the EU Be Reformed?

Can the EU Be Reformed?

Sam Woolfe May 29, 2014 1

For those who view Euroscepticism as extreme, but who disagree with the way the EU operates, calling for reformation would seem like a sensible option. Of course, there is nothing that ‘extreme’ about Euroscepticism.

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