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Can Activate and the Young Conservatives coexist?

Can Activate and the Young Conservatives coexist?

Ted Jeffery March 28, 2018 0

Activate UK was founded back in August 2017 and was set up as a political group, which describes itself as a “national grassroots campaign organisation.” It seeks to engage young people in the right

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Are things finally looking up for Theresa May?

Are things finally looking up for Theresa May?

Charlie Fisher March 28, 2018 0

Easter 2017, the Prime Minister is enjoying one of the longest honeymoon periods in recent political history, the polls put her party 15-20 per cent ahead of the opposition and she has a scheduled

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Thank you older Brexit voters: You have saved my generation

Thank you older Brexit voters: You have saved my generation

Steven Edginton March 26, 2018 0

I’m middle class, young, metropolitan… and I campaigned for Brexit. That’s right, I spent my weekends hitting the streets, handing out leaflets exclaiming the ‘5 positive reasons to vote Leave’. Isn’t it odd that

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Opinion: It’s time for Britain to rethink defense

Opinion: It’s time for Britain to rethink defense

Joseph Wright March 25, 2018 0

The state of the British Armed Forces is a topic of frequent debate at the moment. Many Conservative MPs, such as Johnny Mercer, are concerned that further cuts to Britain’s military will leave its

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Free Speech under threat: Youtuber convicted for “Nazi Pug” joke

Free Speech under threat: Youtuber convicted for “Nazi Pug” joke

Alex Roberts March 22, 2018 0

Markus Meechan, better known by his youtube moniker “Count Dankula”, has been found guilty of “being grossly offensive” for his viral youtube video of his seig-hailing dog under the Communications Act 2003 s127(a) after

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PMQ’s is dire, but who is to blame?

PMQ’s is dire, but who is to blame?

Ted Jeffery March 11, 2018 0

Held as a single session every Wednesday at noon, Prime Ministers Questions is one of the most paramount points of the week. It gives MP’s the chance to speak on behalf of their constituents

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Does a post-Brexit UK-EU security pact mean giving up sovereignty?

Does a post-Brexit UK-EU security pact mean giving up sovereignty?

Joseph Wright March 6, 2018 0

On the 2nd of March the House of Lords EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee launched an inquiry into the “practical and legal challenges for negotiating a security treaty with the EU”. This comes off the

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TBrexit ‘Youthquake’ blindspot – why Remainers should be careful what they wish for

TBrexit ‘Youthquake’ blindspot – why Remainers should be careful what they wish for

James Taylor March 4, 2018 0

First things first. Let me make the obligatory declaration of creed. I am a Remainer, at least I voted Remain in the 2016 referendum on our membership of the EU, although not with a

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Opinion: Why Labour’s Customs Union Plan is Utter Lunacy

Opinion: Why Labour’s Customs Union Plan is Utter Lunacy

Harry Clynch February 27, 2018 0

Jeremy Corbyn announced his intention to reverse his party’s policy on Brexit yesterday, by committing to permanent membership of a customs union. Meanwhile, his policy of leaving the single market, so as to take

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Opinion: Henry Bolton has put UKIP out of its misery – and as a former supporter I’m relieved

Opinion: Henry Bolton has put UKIP out of its misery – and as a former supporter I’m relieved

Alex Roberts February 23, 2018 0

UKIP in British politics has been floundering, bleeding and panting for air since the final heave towards its long-awaited referendum victory in 2016. The celebratory and then repeated exit of its undoubted legendary leader

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