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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 1

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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General Election Liberty List

General Election Liberty List

Robert Tyler April 22, 2015 1

With the general election only 16 days away it’s time to identify the Pro-Liberty candidates… Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months you’ll know that on May 7th the

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Labour’s Non Dom Headache

Labour’s Non Dom Headache

Robert Tyler April 10, 2015 0

The Adam Smith Institute has exposed the flaws in Labour’s proposals to scrap the Non Dom Tax System. The Adam Smith Institute has accused the Labour Party of “Cutting off the Country’s nose to Spite its Face” in

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Miliband’s War on Students!

Miliband’s War on Students!

Robert Tyler April 8, 2015 0

Ed Miliband’s policies hurt rather than help students. There’s something that I’ve noticed about the Labour party’s policies during this election: they all seem to hurt rather than help students, which is odd coming

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Putin’s European Apparatchiks Exposed

Putin’s European Apparatchiks Exposed

Robert Tyler April 6, 2015 0

Vladimir Putin has been playing politics in Europe.  Two interesting stories appeared in the media this week that have shed light on links between European political parties and the Russian Federation. These stories have exposed

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The SNP Under a Microscope: The Most Authoritarian Party in Britain

The SNP Under a Microscope: The Most Authoritarian Party in Britain

Lee Jenkins April 6, 2015 30

Alongside UKIP, the SNP are set to be the wildcards in this year’s General Election, and with a strong performance by the party’s leader Nicola Sturgeon in the leadership debate this week attention is

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I Support the Anglosphere and You Should Too.

I Support the Anglosphere and You Should Too.

Robert Tyler April 2, 2015 2

The Case for Free Movement in the Anglosphere is growing stronger. A few weeks ago, a petition appeared on Change.org calling for the British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand parliaments to debate the posibility

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I won’t be voting, and with very good reason

I won’t be voting, and with very good reason

Daniel Pryor April 2, 2015 4

The editorial team at The Backbencher have decided to resurrect the site in time for the 2015 General Election. With this in mind, it might seem strange that the first piece I’m writing will

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Miliband would be the Leader without Power on Spending

Miliband would be the Leader without Power on Spending

Alex MacDonald March 30, 2015 3

Labour’s pledges on spending have been tough to follow. You’d be forgiven if you got lost along the way. Looking back to 2010 the rhetoric was “too deep, too fast”, Miliband would attend Trade Union

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NUS adds Cross-Dressing to Ban List

NUS adds Cross-Dressing to Ban List

Alex MacDonald March 27, 2015 0

Thanks to Versa, we have been notified of motions which passed at NUS Women’s Conference which we weren’t aware of. It would appear that during the furore of feminist jazz hands doing the rounds and

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