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Deputy Leader of Lib Dems Spits on Memory of WWI Troops

Deputy Leader of Lib Dems Spits on Memory of WWI Troops

Jordan Holbrook February 6, 2018 0

Today is the 100th Anniversary of the Representation of the People Act 1918 which extended the Vote to 12.9 million men and 8.4 million women. People with at least half a brain know this

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Has The Time Come for Labour’s Position as Opposition?

Has The Time Come for Labour’s Position as Opposition?

Tom Davies August 14, 2015 1

Given all this debate at the moment about Jeremy Corbyn and the possibility of a party split and/or full on collapse, does anybody else feel like the Labour party might be nearing the end

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Oxford NUS Referendum Result Challenged on Suspected Foul Play

Oxford NUS Referendum Result Challenged on Suspected Foul Play

Milton May 26, 2014 2

As we reported last week, Oxford students voted to leave the NUS by a narrow margin of 1780 votes to 1652 on a 15% turnout. But it appears that due to suspected foul play at the ballot

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Just How Democratic Is Britain?

Just How Democratic Is Britain?

Backbencher August 1, 2013 0

We’re home to the Mother of all Parliaments, but just how representative are we? ‘How Democratic is the United Kingdom?’ was one of the first exam questions that was set whilst I was studying

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