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Nuttall resigns

June 9, 2017 // 47 Comments

Paul Nuttall has resigned the leadership of UKIP. His resignation statement is below: This morning, I wrote to the Party Chairman to inform of him of my decision to resign as the Leader of UKIP, with immediate effect. When I took over at the end of last year, with the support of so many of you, I [...]

News review – Friday 9 June 21017

June 9, 2017 // 25 Comments

General Election Telegraph Theresa May is facing a mounting backlash over her “catastrophic” election campaign after her snap election gamble failed to pay off and Britain was left with a hung parliament this morning.  The Conservatives have emerged as the largest party but without [...]

News review – Thursday 8 June 2017

June 8, 2017 // 0 Comments

Polls Telegraph Britain goes to the polls today and the most likely outcome is still for the Conservatives to return to Parliament with an increased majority. However, it looks as though this majority will not be a landslide as the polls were indicating at the start of the campaign.  Theresa [...]

News review – Wednesday 7 June 2017

June 7, 2017 // 2 Comments

General election Breitbart Armed police are to be deployed to patrol polling stations Thursday, and exclusion zones to prevent voter intimidation are to be established in some areas when Britain votes to select their next government. Firearms officers are to be deployed to polling stations in Essex [...]

News review – Tuesday 6 June 2017

June 6, 2017 // 9 Comments

Brexit Express A EUROPHILE minister who said the vote to leave the European Union made him “sick to the pit of my stomach” is being lined up to replace Brexit secretary David Davis, according to reports. Theresa May is said to be mulling a shock move to put Ben Gummer, who campaigned [...]

News review – Monday 5 June 2017

June 5, 2017 // 9 Comments

Terror attacks Telegraph Police have carried out fresh raids and detained a number of people this morning in connection with the London Bridge terror attack. This news comes as forces confirm they know the identity of the attackers. The Metropolitan Police said their names would be released [...]

Sunday papers – 4 June 2017

June 4, 2017 // 9 Comments

Terror attacks Today’s top story is the terror attacks that left six people dead and almost 50 injured late last night. The Mail reports the attacker’s shouts: Three Jihadi terrorists have been shot dead by armed police after killing six people and injuring 30 more during a horrific knife [...]

Saturday papers – 3 June 2017

June 3, 2017 // 3 Comments

South Thanet Today’s big news is that Craig Mackinlay, who beat Nigel Farage to the Essex seat in 2015, has been charged with election offences. The Times says: A Conservative candidate was charged over his 2015 general election expenses yesterday, but refused to withdraw from the election and [...]

News review – Friday 2 June 2017

June 2, 2017 // 12 Comments

Brexit Mail Theresa May questioned Jeremy Corbyn’s patriotism yesterday as the two leaders clashed furiously over their strategy for Brexit. In an upbeat assessment of Britain’s prospects outside the EU, the Prime Minister said the UK’s ‘best days lie ahead’ – but she warned that Mr [...]

News review – Thursday 1 June 2017

June 1, 2017 // 4 Comments

TV debate Mail The BBC was last night accused by a prominent Labour  supporter of picking ‘the most Left-wing’ election debate audience ever. Senior Tories reacted furiously after the supposedly ‘balanced’ group jeered criticism of Jeremy Corbyn on the programme. Even [...]
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