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Theresa May’s Claim to British Values

Theresa May got a lot of praise for her speech in response to Wednesday’s terror attack, and rightly so. In that speech, she stated that “democracy – and the values it entails – will always prevail. Those values – free … Continue reading

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The Politics of Smears and Accusations

There’s no denying that Jeremy Corbyn doesn’t give good sound-bites. He may be a great many things but he’s certainly not a PR man. Nonetheless, I was most surprised that our Prime Minister recently described Corbyn as “the Britain-hater” when … Continue reading

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Disproportionate Representation

Conservative defence minister Anna Soubry has described the prospect of a Labour government supported by the SNP as “terrifying”. Really? What about a government that has cut deals with the racist EDL? What of a government supported by Ukip (a … Continue reading

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An End to a Life on Benefits

I see David Cameron has pledged that, if the Conservatives are returned to power in May, he will bring an end to a life on benefits. What, another one? It was recently revealed that the rate of suicides under the current punishing … Continue reading

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Cadbury’s Crèming Profits

This week it was revealed that Cadbury’s have made their Crème Eggs smaller and have reduced of the number of eggs in a pack from six to five. They have also changed the recipe, substituting standard milk chocolate for the … Continue reading

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Church Weddings

The Church of England has claimed that laws to permit gay marriage may portend an end to church weddings altogether, with suggestions that it is ‘one of the most serious threats to the Church in 500 years.’ This seems odd, … Continue reading

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Immigration

I see that Migration Watch UK (which describes itself as both a non-political body and a think-tank, despite abundant evidence to the contrary) has produced a report which suggests that Eastern European immigrants are taking jobs from British youths. Chairman … Continue reading

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