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Rejoice – The Left Are In Turmoil Across Europe

Rejoice – The Left Are In Turmoil Across Europe

Lee Jenkins July 22, 2015 0

Labour’s current turmoil is a symptom of a disease that’s ravaging social democratic parties across the continent The May General Election was a trauma to Britain’s Labour Party from it  will not quickly recover.

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Iran’s Nuclear Deal – Your 60 Second Q&A

Iran’s Nuclear Deal – Your 60 Second Q&A

Lee Jenkins July 14, 2015 0

You’ll have been forgiven for thinking Greece was the only diplomatic show in town, but Vienna has just hosted another, arguably more significant, set of international negotiations. What’s happened? Iran has agreed to limit

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A Conservative Defense of the #SCOTUSmarriage

A Conservative Defense of the #SCOTUSmarriage

Robert Tyler June 27, 2015 0

Yesterday the Supreme Court of the United States of America ruled in a landmark case that saw Same-Sex Marriage made legal across all 50 states. The Court ruled 5 to 4 in favour of

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Jeremy Corbyn’s ascension highlights Labour’s internal crisis

Jeremy Corbyn’s ascension highlights Labour’s internal crisis

Lee Jenkins June 15, 2015 1

Let’s be clear, Jeremy Corbyn will not be elected Labour Leader…not even close. But the very fact we even have cause to say this is testament to scale of the crisis gripping Labour. Just

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An open letter to Lord Lexden

An open letter to Lord Lexden

Eimhear Macfarlane May 29, 2015 0

Dear Lord Lexden, Thanks for doing your bit for the cause of British national politics in Northern Ireland in the Newsletter today. It’s always refreshing to see members of the same political party support

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9 Uncomfortable Truths for Labour

9 Uncomfortable Truths for Labour

Lee Jenkins May 29, 2015 3

Labour are a London centric, Public Sector skewed party, and it’s hurting them. It’s no secret that half of Labour party members live in London. Nor is it surprising that a disproportionate number of

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Red vs. Blue – Is the UKIP Row About the Party’s Ideological Future?

Red vs. Blue – Is the UKIP Row About the Party’s Ideological Future?

Liam Deacon May 19, 2015 2

The UKIP “coup” was triggered by Farge’s embarrassing non-resignation, and the following debate over whether or not he is the best face for euroskepticism in the run up to the referendum. Yet, it also

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What do the DUP want from Westminster?

What do the DUP want from Westminster?

Michael Shaw May 4, 2015 0

Just what would the DUP want in Westminster and who could give it to them? The United Kingdom is heading for a hung parliament. There is a real chance that the votes of Democratic

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Mental Health should be a defining Policy this Election

Mental Health should be a defining Policy this Election

Robert Tyler May 3, 2015 1

Why Mental Health should have been an election issue…   Last night I considered ending it all. This neither the first time I’ve considered it, nor I fear will it be the last. Some

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If the General Election was a Student Night Out

If the General Election was a Student Night Out

Lee Jenkins April 26, 2015 2

Not long ago Labour were thrown out of a nightclub having overspent and been unable to settle their bar tab. The Tories wanted to go drinking but didn’t have enough money to get in

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