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I’m not your classic Blairite. I understand, and have argued against, some of the key problems with Blairism. Labour’s right has, for several decades now, been guilty of talking down to people ...
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On 23 January 1593, at the age of 40 and having been a convinced Protestant all his life, King Henri IV of France, renounced his faith and became a Catholic. He did this with the (possibly ...
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http://youtu.be/sTCmuGCI33w Squeeze used a performance on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show to protest against fellow guest David ...

North Korea is now green, or at least that’s what the state propaganda machine would have you believe. According to Central TV, the secretive regime’s government controlled broadcaster, North ...
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I think it’s only right that a man who dons a Santa hat, heads to his local shopping centre and shakes a donation bucket for Syrian refugees, deserves a semblance of respect in the wake of the ...
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSTTR6kDTas   Justice secretary Michael Gove, the co-convenor of the Vote Leave campaign, has set out his vision for the trading relationships the UK would have if it ...

We may be weeks away from Remembrance Sunday, but a great deal has been written today about Jeremy Corbyn and a poppy. Will he wear red, or will he wear white? There is even talk about a Labour ...
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A Corbyn victory could end the Labour party, and set the wider labour movement back decades. Part of the following article is based on the fact Corbyn’s electoral strategy is fundamentally flawed, ...
Read more: The Nasty Party?
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