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My journey out of Corbynism

My journey out of Corbynism

Henry Tydeman April 24, 2018 0

I was twenty-one years old, and had recently graduated from university. I hadn’t given politics too much serious thought before the General Election of that year, but had gradually become more and more interested

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INTERVIEW: Tim Aker MEP on why he’s not running to be UKIP leader

INTERVIEW: Tim Aker MEP on why he’s not running to be UKIP leader

Ted Jeffery April 20, 2018 0

UKIP MEP Tim Aker has confirmed that he definitely won’t be running to be the next permanent leader of UKIP, despite betting website ‘BetFair’ saying that “He is one of the most plausible candidates

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Cutting and slashing – are policing reductions to blame for the knife crime crisis in London?

Cutting and slashing – are policing reductions to blame for the knife crime crisis in London?

James Taylor April 16, 2018 0

Hours of television news coverage and reams of print have been spent discussing how London can learn from the public health based approach to knife crime pioneered in Scotland. The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn,

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Western Amnesia: Intervention In Syria Will Not Help Anybody

Western Amnesia: Intervention In Syria Will Not Help Anybody

Alex Roberts April 15, 2018 0

Theresa May has ordered the British military to “take action” in Syria to deter the use of chemical weapons. Four RAF Tornado jets joined American and French forces in attacking Syrian targets yesterday, entirely

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Scottish Independence, in the long grass but not gone away

Scottish Independence, in the long grass but not gone away

Jonathan Rhodes April 13, 2018 0

It’s a classic horror movie trope, the hero’s having just vanquished their foes sit side by side and reflect on the crazy events that have shook their lives. Their seemingly unaware that there is still 23 minutes

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Remainers will use anything to undermine the referendum vote

Remainers will use anything to undermine the referendum vote

Charlie Fisher March 28, 2018 0

On the 23rd June 2016, The UK voted 52-48% to leave the European Union. With nearly a year to go before we Leave and enter the transitional deal, it seems some people still think

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It’s time to admit the British left has a serious racism problem

It’s time to admit the British left has a serious racism problem

Charlie McP March 28, 2018 0

It would appear that Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party are finally coming to terms with their anti-Semitism. The unearthing of a Corbyn Facebook post from 2012 in support of an anti-Semitic mural seems

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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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