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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May 10, 2012

A certain irony exists that a Conservative Party government should be facing possibly the worst strikes since Margaret Thatcher faced-off the Miners, Dock Workers and Printers in the 1980s.

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May 8, 2012

As European politics becomes a minefield of uncertainty and dissatisfaction, David Cameron and Nick Clegg appear to be on the brink of bringing some lighthearted relief. ‘Relaunching’ their coalition commitment the political ‘double-act’ have undoubtedly shown a lack of understanding of the country’s opinion or the needs for its long term future.

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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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May 5, 2012

After a long and colourful (albeit only the colour red) political career, has Ken Livingstone finally hung up his political boots? As a result of his loss in the London elections, Ken announced that his 2012 election campaign to become London Mayor will be his last.

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May 2, 2012

Following Rupert Murdoch‘s appearance at the Leveson Inquiry last week and the conclusion of the culture committee’s report into News International and Phone-hacking, it appears that the government has finally taken the stance of Vince Cable and declared war.

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April 28, 2012

David Cameron again showed his decisive side today by choosing to do nothing. In the ongoing debate about Jeremy Hunt‘s involvement in the BSkyB takeover, a statement from Downing Street says the Prime Minister “would of course act” if there is any suggestion that ministerial code has been breached.

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August 25, 2010

After many years of doubting the credibility and ability of the Liberal Democrats as a serious political force, their coalition with the Conservatives has proved that they can genuinely justify the unjustifiable alongside the best of them.

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