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We need to find a way of promoting real Independent candidates


For some people who have recently been thrown out of their party such as Dominic Grieve, the plan to stand as an Independent MP makes a great deal of sense and given how radical he has been as a Tory … Continue reading

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A fascinating 9 minute interview that took place last night


This interview by Andrew Neil of Nadhim Zahawi at 7pm on 6th November on BBC2 is available here to anyone with a TV licence. Watching the piece from 8minutes into the programme is fascinating. In it the man who is … Continue reading

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Lets allow 16 and 17 year olds to vote


As this image shows, the discussion which involved Peter Kyle earlier this week related to the idea of extending voting opportunities to people who in my view have every right to be able to vote. However the Government refused to … Continue reading

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A very Less United – Kingdom stand-off


According to the dictionary, a stand-off is a noun and it is described as “a deadlock between two equally matched opponents in a dispute or conflict.” It would certainly appear to most people who support our departure from the EU … Continue reading

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A Government that calls for unity must work hard to achieve it


Our new Prime Minister stated very clearly on Saturday Morning “That is why it is now so urgent for us to move on and build a new relationship with our friends in the EU on the basis of a new … Continue reading

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The source of our current chaos and his two Master Sweeps


When David judged that he would be successful if he brought a referendum into the public, he chose not to make any plans for failing. Indeed the only department in Government that claims it planned for a Departure outcome was … Continue reading

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Wouldn’t it be great if the Queen chose to ignore Johnsons text!


Nearly seven weeks ago Jacob Rees-Mogg and two of his political colleagues travelled up to Scotland to meet with Her Majesty the Queen and as a result she is due to arrive at the Palace of Westminster to perform a … Continue reading

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