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News review – Tuesday 12 September 2017

September 12, 2017 // 9 Comments

Brexit Bill Mail Theresa May hailed an ‘historic’ moment tonight as Labour failed to defeat the government in the first vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill. The crucial legislation was comfortably given its second reading in the Commons by a margin of 326 to 290 – a majority of [...]

News review – Monday 11 September 2017

September 11, 2017 // 2 Comments

Brexit Express THE PROSPECT of Britain walking out of Brexit talks with the EU has come closer with claims that the Government is set to go on the offensive and lay out the benefits of “no deal”. The Daily Express has learnt that international trade secretary Liam Fox has told friends that his [...]

News review – Tuesday 14 March 2017

March 14, 2017 // 43 Comments

Brexit Times Theresa May was handed the power last night to pull Britain out of the European Union as parliament voted for the final time to pass the government’s Article 50 bill. By a majority of 45 (331 votes to 286), the Commons rejected an amendment from the Lords that would have given [...]

Sunday papers – 18 December 2016

December 18, 2016 // 16 Comments

Brexit Looks like the Labour Party is still trying to reverse the referendum result, says the Times Labour has been accused of a secret plot to reverse Brexit after its deputy leader in Brussels deleted lines in parliamentary documents promising to “respect” the referendum result. Richard [...]

News review – Thursday 24 November 2016

November 24, 2016 // 4 Comments

NHS Times Britain has some of the lowest numbers of doctors and hospital beds in Europe, according to figures that support claims that NHS patients are suffering because of short-staffing. NHS performance on keeping stroke and heart attack patients alive is mediocre and is well below average on [...]

Unions and the EU

April 30, 2015 // 1 Comment

Since the decriminalization of trade unions in 1867, unions have operated with varying degrees of legal protection running right through to the present day (they even enjoy protection under article 11 of the ECHR). It is estimated that there are currently 6,449,000 union members in the UK (roughly [...]

Letter to the Editor

September 5, 2014 // 2 Comments

Dear sir, I feel that I must alert all readers of the newspaper to an exciting new organisation that has been set up to try and blacken UKip’s name.  It’s rather daringly called Stand Up To Ukip. It’s description of Ukip is:-  “UKIP(sic) is a party of bigots, sexists, [...]

The Day UKIP became the Working Man’s Party

January 6, 2014 // 29 Comments

I believe that Sunday 5th January 2014 will go down in history as the day that public perception of UKIP turned from being that of a bunch of ex-Tory “fruitcakes” that got a bit nerdy about the EU, to a party for the working man and woman. Why? The day started normally enough with the morning [...]

Thatcher: Labours’ Greatest Scapegoat

November 12, 2013 // 4 Comments

Margaret Thatcher: a brilliant lady, in my opinion, who made decisions which many politicians were too afraid to execute themselves. However, I must say that I am sickened by the negative attitude towards her, especially after her death. Many left-wing politicians and fan-boys have used her as a [...]