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Cameron tucks up in bed with the EU

Cameron tucks up in bed with the EU

Olly Neville October 9, 2012 2

By Richard Harrington @Harrington1451   Reports coming out from the European Union suggests unelected bureaucrats are looking at ways to make Britain pay more out to ‘benefit tourists’. Under the proposed rules being pushed

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He told you he’d be back: The return of Arnold Schwarzenegger

He told you he’d be back: The return of Arnold Schwarzenegger

Backbencher October 8, 2012 1

Charlie Granby, After a decade with a lack of muscle, the Oak is back. Having put his acting career on hold while he took on the honourable duty as 38th Governor of California, it’s

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London 2012: Was it worth it?

London 2012: Was it worth it?

Backbencher October 8, 2012 2

Graham Swann, On 12th August, Britain and the rest of the world looked on as the ever flamboyant Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, passed the Olympic flag over to the Major of Rio de

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Britain’s Rudderless Graduates

Britain’s Rudderless Graduates

Lee Jenkins October 8, 2012 1

It’s not a great time to be a young person in Europe. Spanish youth unemployment is an eye watering fifty percent. Young Greeks and Irish are clambering for the boats, and a generation of

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The EU – no different to the Star Wars Sith Empire

The EU – no different to the Star Wars Sith Empire

Olly Neville October 6, 2012 4

Today, I was watching Star Wars Phantom Menace, and postulated on twitter that the EU seemed incredibly similar to the complex Governmental structures in the Star Wars Universe. Well Richard Harrington @harrington1451 managed to

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Margot Parker – UKIP’s successor to Louise Mensch?

Margot Parker – UKIP’s successor to Louise Mensch?

Olly Neville October 6, 2012 4

THE first thing that struck me about Margot Parker was her friendliness. I have spoken to many political activists, candidates and politicians from a whole array of political parties, Margot certainly came across as

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Page 3 – Sexism in print or an unhelpful distraction

Page 3 – Sexism in print or an unhelpful distraction

Backbencher October 5, 2012 5

Jess Collett, It’s that time of year again. Every so often, feminists of all ages and genders gather together to launch a petition to ban Page 3. It’s culturally barbaric, a remnant of a

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Tori Amos Triumphs At The Royal Albert Hall

Tori Amos Triumphs At The Royal Albert Hall

Backbencher October 5, 2012 2

The enchanting notes of opener Flying Dutchman are underway; the orchestra is in full flow; beautiful lines and chords emit from the central Bosendorfer piano – its silver-green silky suited player looking radiant under

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Five Films To See This Month

Five Films To See This Month

Lauren O'Callaghan October 5, 2012 3

Too many films to keep track of? Get your October film guide here with our top 5 films you have to watch this month, this time with a surprisingly high number of struggling writers.

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Foreign Affairs News Roundup Week 40

Foreign Affairs News Roundup Week 40

Lee Jenkins October 4, 2012 0

Barak Obama and Mitt Romney traded barbs in what was a rather unremarkable presidential debate last night. The first of three such debates, the event in Denver focused on domestic issues. As expected, Romney

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