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February 6, 2018

On the anniversary of the recognition of the suffragette movement, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said, pardoning Suffragettes who were convicted of crimes could be “complicated”. No way to say thank you There is a little irony that – 100 years on from the day (6 February 1918) that The Representation of the People Act […]

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February 5, 2018

The release, in the US, of a controversial classified House Intelligence Committee memo last Friday (2nd February) has done nothing to settle suggestions for or against links between Donald Trump and Russia. Significant Evidence? The most surprising aspect of the memo was maybe how little new information the memo provided, as it confirmed many details […]

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February 4, 2018

The UK is in a state of controlled chaos but what does the future hold as a result of withdrawal from the EU? There is much rhetoric and more news on the subject than anyone has time to read; none of which is answering the questions that could allow the public to make an informed […]

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August 24, 2012

Quick Joke: Rupert Murdoch, Lord Justice Leveson and Prince Harry walk into a bar… it was a private bar!

The publication of photos from a private party held by Prince Harry throw down a gauntlet to the Leveson Inquiry, press standards and most of all the behaviour of ruthless, selfish, greedy opportunistic, profiteering individuals.

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August 16, 2012

With much speculation about the long term fate of Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks and currently a fugitive from justice, we ask the question as to why the UK government would consider a potential diplomatic incident with Ecuador?

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May 9, 2012

First they let them in, then they shut them out… In, out, in, out… that’s what our bonus is all about!

UK Border Agency (UKBA) staff received a total £3.5m in performance related bonuses during the 2010-2011 financial year. Not bad for something branded “not fit for purpose”. But, there again, it was recently claimed that Rupert Murdoch was “not a fit person” to run a major international business and he probably receives pay far in excess of the total UKBA staff.

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May 7, 2012

Politics and, specifically, elections make the top news today. Confusion reigns around Europe as voters choose the protest vote, at least where choice is respected. In sport, the season’s are drawing to a close with finales in football and world snooker.

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April 30, 2012

Surface-to-air missiles are potentially to be deployed for the London Olympics as a defence against terrorist attack. We’ve all heard of extreme sports but is this extreme security?

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